10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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  • Microsoft Windows tablets now make up 7.1% of the market.
  • “Swipe, a Web app that functions as a two-way presentation tool, is launching into beta today.”
  • Apple released more renderings of its crazy new headquarters.
  • The lead systems architect behind the Playstation 4 gave a lengthy interview. The main goal was to create hardware that was easy for developers to build for.
  • Apple margins aren’t growing like Horace Dediu thought they would. He blames “the increased cost of components.”
  • Bill Clinton joined Twitter.
  • Verizon Communications is preparing a $100 billion bid to buy Vodafone’s stake in Verizon Wireless.
  • IBM CEO Virginia Rometty “delivered a rare companywide reprimand in the wake of a poor earnings report last week.”
  • Marc Andreessen says Google Glass is “potentially transformative for the entire industry.”
  • Yahoo is paying more than $10 million per year to host Saturday Night Live’s archives.

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