10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • Google has introduced Pages for Google+.
  • Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg appeared on Charlie Rose last night — here are the highlights.
  • Oracle is thinking about buying WebOS.
  • Panasonic is expanding its Toughbook line to include tablets.
  • Google’s first full-time lobbyist is leaving after 6 years with the company. Bill Weihl, the leader of Google’s clean energy team, is also leaving.
  • Zynga won’t IPO until after Thanksgiving.
  • HTC’s next smartphone leaked — it has a quad-core processor.
  • The latest rumours indicate that the next Xbox will be smaller, cheaper, and based on Windows 9.
  • Barnes & Noble unveiled its new Nook colour tablet. Check out these pictures of it.
  • YouTube and Disney have announced a content partnership.

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