10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • We’ve ranked the 100 most valuable private digital companies in the world.
  • Marc Andreessen reveals which feature he always wanted to add into the web browser.
  • In the presidential debate last night Mitt Romney called electric car company Tesla a “loser.”
  • Amazon’s fabulous new Kindle e-reader is sold out until November.
  • Netflix’s CEO is accused of having an emotional IQ of zero, and that’s why he didn’t realise the Qwikster debacle would upset consumers.
  • AOL is looking to spin out CrunchBase, the Wikipedia for startups from TechCrunch.
  • Microsoft is reportedly in talks to buy music streaming service Rdio.
  • Apple is reportedly asking its retail employees to improve its lackluster maps app.
  • Siri is now doing movie reviews.
  • HP’s stock was crushed yesterday after it delivered worse than expected guidance to analysts.

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