10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • Facebook rolled out a social search service called “graph search.”
  • Here’s how graph search works.
  • There are a lot of ex-Googlers working on Facebook’s search product.
  • Facebook is all-in on this search thing, even going so far as to change the sign to its headquarters.
  • Yahoo product exec Shashi Seth has left the company.
  • Apple has a new system in China that lets buyers pay for Apple gadgets in two-year installments.
  • Apple lost a second key retail employee — VP Jerry McDougal has left.
  • Since the Facebook IPO, insiders at the company have sold $775 million worth of stock.
  • Google is holding a developer event at the end of the month for developers working on Google Glass.
  • Apple may have cut its iPhone orders because its changing suppliers, or it over ordered in the first place.

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