10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • Apple has mixed up its board, adding Bob Iger and making Art Levinson the new chairman.
  • The Google Music event is today in Los Angeles — here’s what to expect.
  • The Kindle Fire has already been rooted and the tablet’s source code available for download.
  • Steve Jobs had a plan to let iPhones work without conventional service providers.
  • LinkedIn insiders are ready to sell their 6.7 million shares, and you won’t believe how much money they’ll make.
  • Sony has a plan to kill your cable TV box.
  • Dell’s consumer PC sales have dropped significantly this quarter.
  • A Nokia executive spilled the beans on the company’s secret Windows Phone project.
  • Everyone thinks Paul Berry, AOL’s would-be CTO, is on his way out. It’d be a big loss for the company.
  • Despite reports to the contrary, it seems Digg’s traffic isn’t tanking.

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