10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • A former Apple executive told the New York Times that the system of labour abuse in Foxconn factories “works” for the company.
  • Apple will unveil a new employee discount in June — here’s what it looks like.
  • There’s a rumour that the next Xbox won’t let you play used games.
  • When the London School asked for a speaker with an interest in global issues, they got Bill Gates.
  • Here’s how developer team is blasting Zynga for ripping off its game.
  • Netflix stock is through the roof after the company beat this quarter’s expectations.
  • Check out Netflix’s take on the future of TV.
  • Google has new privacy rules, but to panic over it would be ridiculous.
  • Google thinks it knows who you are — check and see for yourself if it’s correct.
  • General Assembly is opening a second huge campus in New York.

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