A curated selection of the day's most newsworthy tech stories from all over the Web.
- Though Mark Zuckerberg has stated he's in no rush to take Facebook public, a 100-page deal memo from Goldman Sachs reveals the social network intends to pass that key 500-shareholder mark this year, putting it in a position to either go public or begin disclosing its financial results by early 2012. (CNNMoney)
- Apple's Mac App store launched yesterday with more than 1,000 apps ranging from iLife and Aperture 3 to Angry Birds and Chopper 2. Pricing varies wildly. While Aperture 3 is priced to move at $80 -- $120 less than normal -- other apps like Bejeweled 3 go for $20 and an animated graphic novel of Romeo and Juliet sells for a whopping $25. Maybe that's why it's already been hacked with Kickback software. (Fortune and Gizmodo) More
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