10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

mark hurd oracleMark Hurd doesn’t want to be CEO of Dell.

Good morning! News:

  • Apple is going to triple the number of its stores and franchise stores in India.
  • Google Plus’s killer feature may be the animated gif.
  • The new BlackBerry is out in the US. It doesn’t have much going for it, but it is more repairable than an iPhone 5.
  • The Series A crunch is real. Only 27% of one-year-old companies were able to get a second round of funding in 2012. ┬áIn 2011, the number was 45%.
  • Startup PayTango wants you to be able to pay with your fingerprint instead of a credit card.
  • The 17-year-old who sold a startup to Yahoo for $30 million says “angel investing could be really fun.”
  • As soon as Apple bought a startup over the weekend, it pulled its website down, leaving most of us in the dark about what the startup did. Until this video was published.
  • Former HP CEO Mark Hurd says he has no interest in running Dell.
  • A store in Australia is charging customers who are “just looking” $5.
  • Twitter wants to get in on the $70 billion spent on TV advertising every year.

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