10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

Pinterest's new office

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • GitHub, a social coding startup, just raised $100 million on a $750 million valuation. Here’s why it’s worth so much.
  • San Francisco’s mayor has confirmed that Pinterest has moved its office to the city.
  • Here’s an exclusive look inside Pinterest’s new $9 million San Francisco office.
  • RIM’s CEO hints that the new BlackBerry 10 operating system will come out in January during an interview with CIO.
  • The New York Post hears from sources that Mark Zuckerberg wants to hire Hulu’s CEO Jason Kilar for a senior position at Facebook.
  • Google released the full, open source Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system on Monday, which means it should be coming to a few phones and tablets soon.
  • Steve Wozniak says the Microsoft Surface is like something Steve Jobs would have built.
  • Meanwhile, Microsoft just bought a company that makes a massive 82-inch touch screen surface that runs Windows 8.
  • Lady Gaga’s much-anticipated social network Littlemonsters.com has finally come out of private beta. Take a tour of the new social network.
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