10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

iphone photoMore smartphones shipped than feature phones during Q1, a first.

Good morning. News:

  • The New York Times has already built a Google Glass app.
  • “iTunes’ share of the $2.9¬†billion U.S. digital music market has fallen to 63 per cent, NPD says, its lowest since at least 2006.”
  • “Apple’s New iPhone Ad Says Nothing, And It’s Great.”¬†
  • More smartphones shipped than feature phones during Q1, a first.
  • AT&T rolled out a product that allows you to control your home’s lights, cameras, thermostats, and security system from your phone or tablet.
  • Now you can shop eBay with Bitcoins.
  • A judge ordered that Microsoft pay Google $1.8 billion because of the Motorola patents Google owns. Google had been expecting $4 billion.
  • Verizon wants to pay Vodafone $100 billion for Vodafone’s stake in Verizon Wireless. Vodafone wants $130 billion.
  • Betaworks bought Instapaper.
  • Cool: You can now open Microsoft Office documents with Google Chrome.

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