It’s Monday once again and if the thought of next weekend seems like a cruel illusion that may never arrive, fear not. In just a few more days it’ll be Saturday again and you’ll be away from the daily toil and out having fun. If that sounds like your past weekend, you missed out on all the tech news from the last two days!
Don’t worry though, we’ve got you covered.
News from The Next Web over the weekend:
- Blackberry Co-Founder Considers Bid for Company
- BBM Now Available for Download
- Firefox Preview Available for Windows 8
- Slow-Mo on the iPhone 5s Makes Pranks Look Dramatic
- Pixel Fault Gives Politician a Rather Unfortunate Moustache
- Artist Photoshops Celebrities as ‘Normal’ People
- 30 Tips for Avoiding Startup Failure, from Successful Founders
- 10 Ways that iPads are Transforming Retail
- What Geek Could Resist these Smart Christmas Lights?
- Hands-On: BlackBerry Messenger for iOS
- CEOs Need to Be Team Players Too
- How to Prevent Online Vandalism from Killing your Startup
- Hands-On With Apple’s Touch ID: Thumbs Up for Fingerprint Sensors
From beyond The Next Web
- F.A.A. Nears New Rules on Devices [New York Times]
- Police in New York Really Want You to Download iOS 7 [AllThingsD]
- The Great Shift in Search [GigaOm]
- Unbundling: AOL, Facebook and LinkedIn [Benedict Evans]
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