According to the Los Angeles Times, Mark Zuckerberg visited Jobs’ house two weeks ago to discuss Ping over dinner. Apple and Facebook have been at it  since Facebook dropped their integration into Apple’s Ping at the early-September launch. Since then, Apple has apparently been trying to reach a deal with Facebook to bring back the slick Facebook integration originally built into Apple’s music-based social network.

They are two of Silicon Valley’s most famous founders: Jobs created the world’s must-have gadgets, Zuckerberg the world’s most popular social networking service. These days they are often mentioned in the same breath. Now apparently the two also recently broke bread.

Apparently Jobs invited Zuckerberg for dinner at his house to talk about Ping two weeks ago. That’s when a tipster spotted them on a stroll in Palo Alto.

Yeah, you read that right; Jobs and Zuckerberg went on a little nice stroll together. Oh, and  Marky-Mark is still richer.

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