TechFast: Verizon iPhone Sells Out, Facebook Trouble, Apple’s Next CEO

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

Verizon Wireless has Record Sales on First Day of iPhone 4

Link: Verizon Press Release

Verizon not only sold out of its stock of iPhone pre-orders yesterday, it sold more of them in the first two hours than any phone it’s ever sold. Pre-orders were only available to existing Verizon customers and pre-order sales began at 3 AM on Thursday. That’s insane.

Congress Grills Zuckerberg On Plans To Share User Addresses, Cell Numbers


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been asked 11 questions by two members of Congress. He has until the 23rd to respond. Go! Oh, and…

‘Dating’ Site Imports 250,000 Facebook Profiles, Without Permission

Link: Wired

Might want to think twice about making your Facebook profile publicly accessible. Fortunately this isn’t a real dating site, it’s “art.”

Apple Shareholder Demands The Company Establish A CEO Succession Plan

Link: Business Insider

Believe it or not, some Apple investors would like to know how the company plans to replace Steve Jobs if he should never return from his medical leave.

Hotmail launches accounts you can throw away

Link: CNET

Instead of using your Hotmail account for crap mail and spam, you can now create disposable Hotmail accounts for crap mail and spam from directly within your main Hotmail account.

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