10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

andy rubinAndroid boss Andy Rubin

Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • Apple wanted to use Facebook connect for its social network, Ping, but Facebook blocked Apple’s access because Apple wanted to allow too many people to access it at once.
  • Twitter has 145 million registered users, and mobile usage has grown 62% since April.
  • Google is hoping to have its music store up and running in time for the holiday season.
  • Bedbugs appear to have made their way into the Google New York offices.
  • Apple has set up a page on its site to tout the features of iOS 4.2 for iPad. (Is it nervous about Android tablets that are coming?)
  • The Samsung Galaxy tablet looks like it’s pretty decent.
  • Apple ended its exclusivity agreement with T-Mobile in Germany.
  • The Wall Street Journal offers up one of its signature “tick tock” stories going through the whole Dell-HP bidding war for 3PAR.
  • Google is now experimenting with putting more ads at the top of its search results.
  • The Sony Walkman outsold the iPod in Japan in August for the first time in a long time.

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