10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • Facebook is expected to file for IPO today — it originally wanted to raise $10 billion, but it’s since cut that to $5 billion.
  • Here are three predictions about what to expect when it goes public.
  • The first picture of the BlackBerry 10 superphone has leaked.
  • A survey indicates that Android users are most likely to have sex on the first date.
  • There was no love for Google at the Crunchies this year.
  • YouTube chief Salar Kamangar explained how organising YouTube into channels can substantially increase revenue.
  • A source teased us with the detail that Google search will get very visual in the future.
  • Amazon shares took a dive after hours in light of low earnings due to increased operating expenses.
  • We heard a rumour that Nikesh Arora will run Motorola once the deal closes.
  • Siri sings lead vocals in a new song by The Flaming Lips.

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