Great morning! Here’s today’s news:
- Google introduced “Google Instant,” which allows for streaming search results as you type in your queries. It is a faster way to search.
- Acer’s founder calls Apple and its products a “mutant virus,” and the PC industry just needs to figure out how to become immune to them.
- Yahoo lost two important employees yesterday: Steve Shultz, head of Yahoo Finance left, as did Brandon Holley, who ran Shine, a popular women’s site.
- ARM Holdings revealed a new chip design, the A15, which is said to be 5X as strong as as existing system on a chips. This means we should get faster stronger smartphones and tablets.
- One of Mark Zuckerberg’s former Harvard classmates takes a long look at him for the Daily Beast.
- HP says it’s getting plenty of good CEO candidates, and it thinks eventually it will be friendly with Oracle once again.
- Zynga now uses Facebook credits exclusively in its games, which means Facebook gets a 30% cut of ever single Zynga dollar.
- Another analyst has thrown in the towel on RIM, slapping a SELL on the stock and calling it, “yesterday’s phone.”
- AT&T is on a marketing blitz to convince people that it’s trying to improve its network.
- Bebo hired the co-creator of the Xbox, Kevin Bachus to be its head of product.
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