Good morning! It should be a warm, sunny day here in New York. Let’s get to the news, then let’s get to the weekend (in a few hours).
1. Apple’s iWatch will go into production in July and be out by October, according to Reuters. It’s going to have a 2.5-inch screen rectangular screen.
2. The WSJ also has an iWatch report. It says Apple is planning to make 10-15 million this year, and it will come in multiple sizes.
3. Here’s an interview with the designer who led development of Facebook’s new photo messaging app, Slingshot. He says he’s trying to create a new way for people to share stories.
5. Speaking of goofy apps, last night everyone was talking about Washboard, a website that sends you $US20 in quarters, but charges $US26.99. The guy that built the site says it’s not exactly a serious business, but he thought it might help people that need to go to the bank to get quarters for their laundry.
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