10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

Good morning! Come back to SAI for news all day. For now:

  • Apple is going to use Foursquare’s data about local businesses to fix Apple Maps.
  • It sounds like a new Nokia Lumia is coming to Verizon.
  • YouTube Capture is a new iPhone app from Google that lets you record and upload videos.
  • Mark Zuckerberg’s wedding photographer is pretty upset that Facebook-owned Instagram’s new terms of service give it the right to put users’ photos in ads.
  • Meanwhile, here’s what the new terms of service mean for you, normal Instagram user.
  • A judge denied Apple a permanent injunction against Samsung products
  • Facebook added a new Yelp-like feature to its mobile app; it gives users recommendations on where to go.
  • Sequoia raised a $700 million growth stage fund.
  • Pssst…you can buy a $100 iTunes gift card for $85 at Best Buy.
  • Morgan Stanley will pay a $5 million fine over how it handled the Facebook IPO.

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