Monday is upon us once again, but rather than think about your drunken antics from over the weekend, or that list of chores that you didn’t quite get through, it’s time to take a few minutes to catch up on all the tech news you missed while you were doing other things.
So, put your feet up, grab a coffee and peruse the tech news and features from the last two days.
News from The Next Web over the weekend:
- IE11 at 3.27% Market Share, Firefox Down, Chrome at 28-Month Low
- Mega To Release Windows Phone Client In Early 2014
- Jolla hopes to gain market share by letting Android device owners install Sailfish
- Telefonica to Shut Down VoIP provider Jajah on January 31, 2014
- Rocket Internet Launches Lending Site Lendico in Germany
- Windows 8 Drops to 6.66% Market Share, Windows 8.1 Takes 2.64%
- Changefolio Automatically Donates To Charity As You Spend
- Thanksgiving and Black Friday Saw Record Online Sales
- These 7 Gadgets Will Help you Keep Track of your Valuables
- 7 Facebook Statistics You Should Know For An Engaging Facebook Page
- 7 Content Marketing Myths Debunked
From beyond The Next Web:
- A Fond Farewell to the Craziest, Longest, Most Eventful Console Generation Ever [Wired]
- Bitcoin’s success is putting it under growing strain [Economist]
My week as an Amazon insider [Guardian]
- Sentient code: An inside look at Stephen Wolfram’s utterly new, insanely ambitious computational paradigm [VentureBeat]
A new era of tech events has begun
We’re back in New York this November for the 4th edition of our growth-focused technology event.
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