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Engadget Daily: Facebook anonymous login, Hulu adds free mobile content, and more!


You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours -- all handpicked by the editors here at the site. Click on through the break, and enjoy.

Facebook will let you log in anonymously to third-party apps

If you're wary of logging into third party apps with your Facebook credentials, you'll be happy to know that an anonymous option now exists: the apps won't remember your username or password. In doing so, you won't be able to share anything to your wall, but it does provide a safer way to try out new apps.

Nintendo bundling Wii U with two games and an extra controller for $330 on May 30th

Do you really love Mario Kart but need an an incredibly good excuse to buy a Wii U? At the end of May, you'll be able to grab a Wii bundled with the racing series' eighth entry, an extra Wii Remote Plus gamepad and a free download of one of four games -- for only $329.99.

Motorola's first post-Google phone is coming on May 13th

It looks like Motorola has one more surprise up its sleeve before Lenovo takes over, and it might be the alleged Moto E. Earlier today, the company invited us to a new smartphone event in London on May 13th.

Hulu will bring free TV shows to your phone, and it's trying to reach your cable box

Today, Hulu announced that it's bringing a selection of ad-supported shows to mobile users for free streaming, regardless of whether or not they have a Plus account. The app's also in line for few new ad-based developments, one of which will let you order pizza without leaving the latest episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

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