As the blissful embrace of the weekend gradually fades away to be replaced by the unflinching working week ahead, there’s still time to relax and take a few minutes to catch up with all the best news and features from over the weekend.
So, rub those bleary eyes, make a coffee and start catching up on everything you missed in the world of tech over the last two days.
News from over the weekend at The Next Web:
- As Promised, Flappy Bird is No Longer Available
- Yahoo Reportedly Tapping Yelp for Local Business Data
- Mozilla Adds Accounts, An Improved Sync, Customizable UI To Firefox
- Static Site Generator Cactus Arrives on the Mac
- 20 Ways to Be Awesome on the Internet
- 7 Startups to Watch from Seedcamp London February 2014
- Are You Participating in the Greatest Creative Renaissance?
- 6 Random Social Media Tips to Help You Improve Your Marketing
- Smoke-Testing your Apps 101: A Guide for the Non-Techie
- 6 Tips for a Successful System Integration Project
- Responsive Website v. Native Mobile App
- Chinese Mobile Gaming in the Year of the Horse
From beyond The Next Web:
- Change your passwords: Comcast hushes, minimizes serious hack [ZDNet]
- Neither Microsoft, Nokia, nor anyone else should fork Android. It’s unforkable. [ARSTechnica]
- Officials say Snowden used web crawling software to download classified NSA documents [The New York Times]
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