10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • Acer CEO says the company will launch a line of tablet computers on November 23, priced from $299 to $699.
  • After TechCrunch reported Apple and Spotify were in “on again, off again” talks about an acquisition, CNET reports no such thing has happened.
  • Myspace is rebooting, ceasing to be a social network, trying to become a media hub.
  • Larry Ellison says he can prove HP’s new CEO was involved in the SAP scheme to steal from Oracle.
  • Engadget landed pictures of an upcoming Sony Playstation phone.
  • Yahoo is redesigning, and relaunching its email.
  • Google could be releasing a Nexus Two along with the newest release of Android in time for the holidays.
  • No white iPhones are expected to hit until Spring, says Apple.
  • Google is looking at spending $2 billion on a building in New York City.
  • Gawker has a compilation of the “creepiest” moments of Eric Schmidt on TV.

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