It’s Monday once again, which means that another weekend of frolicking in the sun/wind/snow/rain/fog (admittedly, some of those are less fun to frolic in) is now behind us. It also means that you spent your weekend away from your computer, most likely, missing out on all the best tech news.
Don’t worry though, we kept the frolicking to a minimum, so here’s everything you missed over the last two days:
News from over the weekend at The Next Web
- Samsung Rolls Out Video Ads For Its Galaxy Gear Smartwatch
- Google Has Been Taking Action To Demote Mugshot Sites
- Leaked LG Manual Seems To Shows Details Of Next Nexus
- Samsung Denies it is Investing in Best Buy
- Google is Bringing Chrome OS to Windows 8
- Microsoft is Quietly Recycling Outlook.com Addresses
- Google Brings AdMob to Windows Phone 8
- Cisco, Google and SAP Reportedly in Talks to Bid on BlackBerry
- These Are the Specs for Valve’s Steam Machine Prototype
- 10 Multi-Platform Password Managers for iOS, Android and Desktop
- How to apply PR strategies to improve your company’s SEO
- The 7 Counterintuitive Social Media Mistakes You May be Making
- Hudl: Tesco Tablet Review
From beyond The Next Web
- Disruptions: How the F.A.A., Finally, Caught Up to an Always-On Society [New York Times]
- Russia to monitor ‘all communications’ at Winter Olympics in Sochi [Guardian]
- Twitter Quitters And The Unfiltered Feed Problem [TechCrunch]
- Analysis of Silk Road’s Historical Impact on Bitcoin [The Genesis Block]
New York, are you ready?
We’re building Momentum: an all killer, no filler event this November.
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