10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • Google’s new music store is open for business.┬áHere’s our walkthrough.
  • A new iOS update will soon let you use Siri to control your iPhone’s hardware.
  • Hardware companies will probably have to quit making tablets by next year.
  • As a welcome change of pace, Google is favouring artists and users instead of record companies.
  • Google is now activating more than 500K Android devices per day.
  • Arthur Levinson, Apple’s new chairman, says┬áthe company needs to be less arrogant.
  • Nokia’s Windows Phone Smashes Pre-Order records in the UK.
  • The disappointing Gmail iOS app is back, but here’s why you actually need it.
  • The government just shut down dozens of scammers who bought ads with Google.
  • A tough day for AOL yesterday — President of Commerce and Applications Brad Garlinghouse and senior TechCrunch writer Sarah Lacy have quit.

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