TechFast: Firefox 4, MySpace For Sale, Apple to Kill Home Buttons

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Good morning! Here are some of today’s top tech links so far. We’ll cover a few of these throughout the day but feel free to get a head start.

MySpace Sale, Merger or Spinoff Being Weighed by News Corp., Official Says

Link: Bloomberg

After cutting nearly half its staff, is the once-mighty social networking site headed for the bargain bin? And what will they do with all those old animated background images lying around?

Exclusive: Apple will remove home button on next iPad and iPhone; Photo Booth and iLife coming?

Link: Boy Genius Report

A peek at the underlying code for the next iPad and iPhone operating system seems to indicate that the solitary home button adorning the front of Apple devices everywhere may be facing retirement.

Mozilla Exec: Firefox 4 Will Arrive in February

Link: PCWorld

The next big overhaul of the popular Firefox open source web browser is set to hit in February. The top feature on the list is “a huge speed boost,” according to PCWorld.

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