10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • Here’s how Apple plans to sell 40 million iPhones in China next year.
  • Apple puts new engineers on fake products until it knows it can trust them.
  • Facebook is supposedly furious at Morgan Stanley over the leak of its IPO news.
  • Check out the tweets that ruined this British tourist’s visit to the US.
  • BlackBerry ex-CEO Mike Lazaridis says he’d been planning to step down for years.
  • Barnes And Noble is putting the final touches on the next Nook.
  • Steve Jobs kept a letter from Bill Gates by his bed as he was dying.
  • Here’s an email that shows how Steve Jobs got a Google employee fired.
  • Only 1% of a brand’s Facebook fans actually interact with it online.
  • According to Google, users love its new changes to search.

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