10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good February morning! Here’s the overnight news. After, come back to SAI for live news and analysis all day.

  • Thanks to DVR and on-demand, TV shows are now made and distributed to be watched in back-to-back binges.
  • Apple TV will start carrying HBO as an app later this year.
  • Why isn’t Apple TV carrying everything?
  • BlackBerry shares are down 17% since the new phone launch. Investors particularly hate the phone’s fuzzy release date and high price.
  • Weird: Amidst the GIF Renaissance, it’s suddenly no longer the most used image format on the Web.
  • Sony is holding a big event, and it’s got people believing the PS4 is finally coming.
  • Apple is now the largest phone vendor in the US, passing Samsung.
  • The FTC chair who settle with Google on anti-trust will resign.
  • Dell could go private by Monday.
  • This app helps you hook-up with your co-workers.

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