Sometimes it’s just not possible for you to spend the whole weekend gallivanting around tech land, watching the skies for the most interesting new developments. It’s OK, we understand. And for exactly that reason, here’s a handy cheat sheet for everything you missed this weekend.
So, go grab a coffee and spend 15 minutes catching up on all the tech news you weren’t paying attention to in the last two days.
From The Next Web over the weekend:
- Google’s Chromecast Coming to “Many More Countries” Soon
- Julian Assange Plans an “Important” New WikiLeaks Release
- Google to Launch Android Developer SDK for Wearables
- Facebook Brings Back F8 Conference for Developers on April 30
- Soundwall: a Wireless Speaker and a Work of Art
- Microsoft hints DirectX 12 is coming to the Xbox One
- Flickr Teases a Slick Visual Revamp of its Photo Data Display
- PayPal to Waive Braintree Fees for Startups
- Banjo updates mobile apps to create TiVO for social media
- AI Could Kill Us All: Meet the Man Taking the Threat Seriously
- Why Admitting You Don’t Know Everything is Perfectly Okay
- Getting Your Company Back On Track Isn’t Impossible
- Show, Don’t Tell: How to Live Your Mission Statement
- The Disappearing Paper: Why Cash Is A Dying Payment Method
- Why Being a VC Fund Partner is Like Running a Start-Up
From beyond The Next Web:
- Google Searches for an App Role [The Wall Street Journal]
- Hackers Hit Mt. Gox Exchange’s CEO, Claim To Publish Evidence Of Fraud [Forbes]
- On Instagram, A Bazaar Where You Least Expect It [NYT Bits Blog]
- Tomorrow’s Apps Will Come From Brilliant (And Risky) Bitcoin Code [Wired]
- Popcorn Time: Open Source Torrent Streaming Netflix for Pirates [Torrent Freak]
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