10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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News, anyone?

  • A SAP exec says some of Larry Ellison’s claims fry his brain.
  • Fighting child privacy laws, Facebook says kids should be able to “like” things too.
  • You can spend $11,111 on a coffee maker, if you want.
  • Apple starts buying back shares this week.
  • Google won’t allow older Motorola phones to upgrade to its latest Android operating system, which is weird because Google owns Motorola.
  • There’s a new HTC phone out, and it has a lot of gigaflops or somesuch.
  • The ban on sales of Samsung’s iPad-wannabe is over.
  • Samsung has sued Apple, claiming the iPhone 5 infringes patents.
  • AOL is finally putting videos on YouTube.
  • These days, one in six people working in media work for Internet media companies.

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