10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Today’s news:

  • Apple will be rolling out a new music service allowing users to stream their music stored on Apple’s servers to iTunes.
  • Foursquare cofounder and CEO Dennis Crowley was spotted getting dinner with Google local boss Marissa Mayer.
  • In its filing to the FCC, AT&T admitted it can’t handle the iPhone and it’s data usage.
  • Samsung has filed lawsuits against Apple claiming patent infringement on wireless technology. This comes shortly after Apple sued Samsung for ripping off Apple’s look and feel.
  • For some reason Groupon has decided to raise another $6 million in funding according to an SEC filing.
  • The social gaming network Open Feint has been purchased by Japanese social gaming company Gree for $104 million.
  • Google appears to be blocking Roku from letting people sign up for an unofficial YouTube channel.
  • After Yahoo slammed Microsoft’s adCenter, Microsoft has shaken up its ad division and installed a new head of sales.
  • Groupon poached its new COO from Google.
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