This week in pictures: HTML5 strikes twice

Also, the Senate votes to keep net neutrality rules, Barnes & Noble launches the Nook Tablet, Zynga grabs back IPO shares from 'undeserving' workers, and our robot overlords continue to render humans obsolete.

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Zynga CEO Mark PincusREUTERS/Stephen Lam
Zynga CEO Mark Pincus speaks during the Zynga Unleashed event at the company's headquarters in San Francisco, California October 11, 2011. Social games company Zynga is betting an entirely new slate of games based on bingo, casinos and hidden objects will draw in fresh players as rivals circle its dominant position in games on Facebook.

Way to build employee morale, Zynga Social games company Zynga has been demanding that some early employees give back company shares under threat of dismissal. Read more.

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