Zuckerberg Claps Back at Apple! 3 Things to Know Today. Stay in the know in 60 seconds.

By Dan Bova

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  1. Mark Zuckerberg called Apple CEO Tim Cook's remarks about the Cambridge Analytica scandal "extremely glib" and said that just because you pay for a company's services, it doesn't mean that company cares about you more.
  2. Also piling onto to Facebook was Snapchat, who unveiled an April Fool's Day filter that makes it look like your uploaded Facebook photo was hacked by Russians.
  3. The out-of-control Chinese space station that was hurtling back toward Earth hit the atmosphere and safely disintegrated over the South Pacific. So if you were worried about it landing in your backyard, you can take off your helmet now.

Have a great day!

Watch the previous 3 Things to Know video: A Good and Bad Day for Elon Musk

Dan Bova

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Dan Bova is the VP of Special Projects at Entrepreneur.com. He previously worked at Jimmy Kimmel Live, Maxim and Spy magazine. Check out his latest humor books for kids, including Wendell the Werewolf, Road & Track Crew's Big & Fast Cars, and The Big Little Book of Awesome Stuff.

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