Clearing out the spare room and tidying your house was an admirable way to spend your weekend, but it also means that you probably spent it away from your computer, keeping you away from the best tech news of the last two days! Don’t worry though, we’ve got everything you missed right here in one handy list.
Put on a coffee, relax and catch up now…
News from The Next Web over the weekend:
- UK Is Setting Up A Cyber Army
- Ads Are Coming To Gmail’s Android App
- You Can Now Buy iPads In The US Via Staples
- Nokia Tablet Gets FCC Approval
- The Great Suspender Automagically Kills Off Memory-Hungry Chrome
- Twitter now Tracks Website Analytics
- BlackBerry Co-Founder Opposed Company’s Touchscreen Smartphones
- Samsung Denies Copying Apple with Gold Smartphone
- Microsoft’s First Windows 8.1 Ad Highlights the Start Button
- See 1.2 Billion Facebook Users’ Photo on One Page
- NYC Regulators Rule For Airbnb Saying It Doesn’t Violate City City Rental Laws
- Does Raising Money Mean you Should Start Scaling?
- Fear Factor: Are your Job Candidates Unqualified or Terrified?
- 50 New York City Startups you Need to Know About
- 7 Ways to Make the Most of your Downtime
News from beyond The Next Web:
- Nasa prepares to launch 3D printer into space [Guardian]
- NSA Internet Spying Sparks Race to Create Offshore Havens for Data Privacy [Wall Street Journal]
- In an App Store full of free alternatives, it’s over for paid-up-front apps [Marco Arment]
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