It’s Monday again, and all too quickly the weekend is behind us once more. But if you spent it out gallivanting and having fun rather than keeping up-to-date on all the breaking tech news, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Check out all the news you missed from the last two days below.
Over the weekend:
- China Blocks Access to Wall Street Journal Website
- Android Device Manager Begins Rolling Out
- YouTube Adds Play Icon to Video Page Titles
- Obama Vetoes Sales Ban on Older iPhones and iPads
- Twitter Goes on UK PR Drive Ahead of Anti-Troll Boycott
- You can now buy a Microsoft Surface Pro for $799
- The Old Reader Will Stay Open to the Public After All
- Web 2.0 in Latin America: Why we Blew It and How we Can Fix It
- Forget Flat Design. Spend your Time Making Something Beautiful
- Are You Mispronouncing Helvetica & Other Popular Fonts?
- How Dribbble Became Such an Influential Platform for Designers
- Where is the Global Ambition Among Startups in Central Europe?
- Guardius: Which of YOUR Browser Add-Ons Suck?
From beyond The Next Web:
- How “One Weird Trick” Conquered the Internet: What Happens When You Click On Those Omnipresent Ads [Slate]
- Bradley Manning Case Stretches Credibility of US Computer Fraud Law [Guardian]
- It’s Time Google Came to Grips with How It Enables the Surveillance State [Quartz.com]
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