10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • Apple has a mysterious press event planned later this month in New York.
  • Thanks to some sharp hackers, we’re closer than ever to having fullscreen iOS apps running on our Apple TVs.
  • A Siri knockoff for Android tricked 1,000 people into thinking it was legitimate.
  • SoundCloud, an audio-sharing startup, has raised a $50 million round.
  • It looks like Samsung might have used the same child actor as Apple in this European commercial.
  • Rupert Murdoch is on Twitter.
  • Former Palm employees are coming forward to say that WebOS was flawed from the start and never stood a chance against iOS and Android.
  • You can now now buy a prototype of Raspberry Pi, the $25 computer everyone’s been talking about.
  • Zynga is still not onboard with Internet gambling.
  • After shipping a million units overseas, the Samsung Galaxy Note will arrive in the US later this year.

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