10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! News time:

  • LinkedIn’s IPO filing is imminent. It could happen today.
  • AT&T says it had 442,000 iPad activations and 4.1 million iPhone activations last quarter.
  • Twitter has poached the principal scientist from Bing.
  • Skype doesn’t plan on IPOing until the second half of the year.
  • BusinessWeek has a big look at “Google 3.0” under Larry Page. (We haven’t read yet, but we assume it’s pretty good.)
  • Hulu could be in for some changes as its owners are fighting over its direction.
  • Facebook is working building an HTML5, tablet optimised version of its site, but probably not an app.
  • Sony is working on a suite of gaming that will work on Android, and on PlayStation handhelds.
  • Nokia just turned in another rough quarter, and new CEO Stephen Elop said, “The industry changed and now it’s time for Nokia to change faster.”
  • Verizon is contacting its corporate customers about ordering the iPhone, and is offering a trade in program for people on AT&T.

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