10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning. News:

  • The Boston tech community set up this site to fund-raise for victims of yesterday’s bombing.
  • Apple stock just hit a new low.
  • “New details of the highly anticipated comprehensive immigration reform bill have leaked ahead of its introduction to Congress on Tuesday (April 16).”
  • Twitter is talking to Viacom and NBC about bringing higher-quality video to its service.
  • Despite reports from Bloomberg, it’s unlikely “Facebook Home” will come to the iPhone or that the companies are even really talking about it.
  • Softbank believes its current offer for Sprint will best DISH’s $25.5 billion offer and gain approval July 1, 2013.
  • Thanks to a startup called Disconnect, you can install a browser extension that tells you which companies are tracking your Web activity.
  • The Google Glass app store and setup pages are live on the Web.
  • Google Glass specs are finally out. “5MP/720P camera, 802.11b/g Wifi 16GB storage (12GB usable), full day battery”
  • Twitter cut off  payments startup Flatter, which was using “favourites” for tipping.

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