8 Things To Know This AM — May 21 2014

GoPro, the company behind the little camera that can go (almost) anywhere, filed for its IPO this week, and, well, it's pretty big. (Business Insider)
Microsoft claims to have developed the single tablet with the power to replace the laptop: the Surface Pro 3. (Gizmodo)
China, however, has banned Microsoft from all its government computers. (Fast.Co)
Meanwhile, Led Zeppelin is being sued (by a lawyer representing the deceased guitarist for the band Spirit) for plagiarizing the intro of "Stairway to Heaven." (Rolling Stone)
General Motors has found itself in deeper water than previously thought, as 2.42 million cars from four different campaigns are being recalled for faulty ignition switches known to cause accidents. So far, GM has recalled a total of 15.2 million vehicles worldwide. (Detroit News)
Politcally, burrito/guac purveyor Chipotle requested that no guns be brought into its restaurants. Right wing conservatives are, for lack of a better phrase, up in arms. (The Daily Beast)
Over at the other end of the spectrum, same-sex marriage is completely legal across the Northeast now that Pennsylvania overturned its ban. (USA Today)
Finally, Channing Tatum opens up a whole lot in his new GQ profile. You'd think the fellas over there would've explained what "fapping" really means, but alas... (GQ)
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