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Now that the cat is out of the bag and we know all about Facebook Home, it's time to find out just who will give it a try

A whole lot of people use Facebook. Zuck spent a couple minutes today to make sure we all knew that, and just how much time is spent doing it -- about 25-percent of everything done on a mobile device is Facebook-related. It's natural that Facebook would want to go deep into a device so they can be front and center no matter what you're trying to do.

Enter Facebook Home. Yes, there is going to be a Facebook phone  now a phone that has tighter Facebook Home integration, but most of what we've seen today will come to all modern Android devices eventually. That makes it easy to try, and easy to throw away if you don't like it.

The only way to find out if you like something is to try it. We can talk about it, show you video, rant about the bugs and issues, and praise the good parts -- and that's fine and dandy. But you still need to try it and see just what is up before you write it off or embrace it. Are you going to? There's a poll in the right sidebar (or after the break), waiting for you to tell us.

First, a quick look at last week's results:

Are you going to consider T-Mobile when you buy your next phone?

Poll results

Plenty of folks are interested in what T-Mobile is peddling it seems. That's good news for the folks in Bellevue, and more options is a good thing.