10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • Google has lost control of the Android tablet market, as the Kindle Fire now controls 54.4% of the U.S. Android-based tablet market.
  • We have a fantastic Q&A with Facebook billionaire Dustin Moskovitz, and his cofounder Justin Rosenstein about their new startup, Asana. Asana is a new productivity tool, and it’s their attempt to change email.
  • Zynga investors have a reason for hope! After beating earnings, JP Morgan upgraded the stock.
  • Amazon crushed earnings last night, sending the stock soaring in after-hours trading.
  • Samsung also crushed earnings, and became the world’s biggest phone maker, beating Nokia. It also shipped an estimated 44 million smartphones, which might be better than Apple.
  • You do not want to miss this: We got a tour of YouTube’s office and it’s super duper cool.
  • Hulu is now valued at $2 billion after its first investor, Providence Group, sold its stake to Hulu’s parents.
  • Apple is planning a huge new cafeteria for its employees and we have photos of what it will look like.
  • Zillow CEO explains why his company is worth $1 billion.
  • The FTC just hired a bad arse lawyer to take down Google.

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