10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • We’ve received the very sad news that 22-year old Diaspora cofounder Ilya Zhitomirskiy has died.
  • Leaked screenshots reveal that the Google Music Store will give away free music every day.
  • That didn’t take long at all — the new Droid RAZR has already been rooted.
  • Even though they haven’t been manufactured for 5 years, Apple is replacing first-gen iPod Nanos with overheating batteries.
  • One furious customer was able to get AT&T to reset the cell towers near her home.
  • Hackers are working on a mind-controlled Siri interface, but it could all just be a hoax.
  • Google’s search share grows for the second month in a row, which makes Microsoft’s Bing look a little silly.
  • Mike Chambers, Adobe’s chief of developer relations, sheds some light on why Adobe killed Flash for mobile.
  • A source at a gaming company says he receives multiple resumes from Playdom employees each week. Is trouble brewing?
  • Apple confirmed that the recent iOS mini-update didn’t actually fix everyone’s battery problems.

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