10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Welcome to 2013!

  • Apple is already testing the iPhone 6 and iOS 7, according to a third-party developer logs.
  • Yesterday marked the 30th birthday of the modern Internet.
  • Apple is going to start sourcing its A6X chips from¬†Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing instead of Samsung.
  • The fiscal cliff tax hikes for “rich” Americans don’t affect venture capitalists.
  • Intel wants to sell a set-top box that unbundles cable channels, but it’s running into delays.
  • Cable companies are getting left behind when it comes to offer consumers high Internet speeds.
  • Employers in California and Illinois can no longer ask workers for their Facebook passwords.
  • The Next Web says its magazine gets one Android download for every 80 iOS downloads.
  • Sina Weibo, which is sort of a Chinese Twitter, saw¬†729,571 messages per minute during New Year’s Eve.
  • This is the perfect bookmarklet for tweeters.

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