10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • Here’s a breakdown of what’s changed at Apple since Tim Cook took over as CEO.
  • GarageBand is now a universal app — you can record music on your iPhones and iPods.
  • People have been complaining about an echo problem with the iPhone 4S.
  • Here’s why Apple was right to fire Steve Jobs in 1985.
  • Streaming music service MOG has seen its user base more than triple since its Facebook integration.
  • According to a leak from Verizon, Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus may not launch until the week of Black Friday.
  • Chip designer ARM is expanding into the server hardware business.
  • C Spire, a regional cell phone carrier based in Mississippi, will become the fourth US company to support the iPhone 4S.
  • Gmail is rolling out a redesigned UI that features brighter colours and larger tabs for conversations.
  • Microsoft killed off its tablet computer project because it didn’t play nicely with the Windows franchise.

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