10 Stories You Need To Know Today

Google and Facebook take a cue from Ask Jeeves, and more secure $100 bills will hit the streets tomorrow as planned.

‘Keywords’ might fall to disuse as Google and Facebook battle for ‘latent’ search crown. Business Insider

MasterCard may soon accept fingerprints as ID for online payments. USA Today

Shutdown or no, the government will release more secure $100 bills tomorrow. The Verge

Nielsen will begin measuring Twitter chatter about TV shows. The New York Times

LG to begin producing the first bendable smartphone screens. Engadget

Good Guy Google will not promote sites that post mug shots in search engine blackmail scheme. Gigaom

Virgin Galactic has grandoise plans for space hotels and day trips to the Moon. Scientific American

In ongoing legal quarrel, NY Attorney General subpoenas user records from Airbnb.  Skift

Dunkin’ Donuts put its best Twitter fans in its newest commercials. AdWeek

Looking at food porn can leave you feeling satisfied without tasting a bite. TechCrunch

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