10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good Monday morning. At least for everyone but Samsung.

Let’s get at it, shall we?

  • The big news is from Friday: Apple won its patent suit against Samsung, walking away with $1.05 in damages.
  • Tim Cook sent out a memo about it: “I hope the whole world listens.”
  • Google published a note saying Apple’s patents “don’t relate to the core Android operating system”
  • Samsung is down 7% and executives are in a panic. They didn’t see this coming.
  • Nokia stock is up on the news.
  • IAC really did buy About.com for $300 million in cash.
  • Some tech companies are making engineers work on the same computer at the same time.
  • Here’s why Angry Birds isn’t the top game it used to be.
  • This teacher makes a $100,000 salary teaching Web development online.
  • There’s an Android app available for App.net, the Twitter alternative you have to pay for.


We’ll be on these stories and more, all day. Stay with us.

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