Good morning! Here’s the news:
- SpaceX’s Dragon capsule successfully returned to Earth yesterday, making history. Don’t miss these pictures of the mission.
- Morgan Missen, the ace recruiter who has worked for Google, Facebook, Twitter and recently left Foursquare, tells us where she’s heading to next.
- It turns out that Twitter employees basically spend all day making fun of each other on Twitter.
- Facebook and Google are both rumoured to be looking to invest in the music video website VEVO, according to a report in The New York Post.
- Business Insider’s Owen Thomas argues that Google’s efforts to place more paid ads in search results is further proof that the company has abandoned its guiding principle of Don’t Be Evil.
- Microsoft’s major Bing redesign just went live for everyone in the United States. It features deeper integration with Twitter and Facebook to make search more social.
- HTC’s Evo 4G LTE smartphone will finally go on sale tomorrow after having been delayed by customs over a patent dispute with Apple, VentureBeat reports.
- Meanwhile, the iPhone is finally coming to the U.S. prepaid phone market as Apple has partnered with Cricket Communications to offer the device without a two-year contract. This should open it up to a whole new group of consumers.
- Arianna Huffington carries four Blackberry phones with her at all times.
- In case you missed it: Here are 15 incredible employee perks that will make you wish you worked at a startup.