It’s OK, you survived. Valentine’s Day is over and you can go back to a week of singular focus on your true love: tech.
If you spent the weekend away from your phone or computer, there’s a good chance you missed everything that happened last weekend, but fear not.
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.
All you need to do is make yourself a coffee, clear 10 minutes in your schedule and dive on into TNW’s weekend roundup.
News from The Next Web
- Alone this Valentines Day? Fall in love with Swift using this Playground!
- Yahoo is making Tumblr a bit more autonomous as it divides the sales team
- Messed up your code? Now you can just blame someone else!
- You might soon be able to subscribe to your favorite channels on Snapchat
- Adobe is working on a fix for its Creative Cloud file deletion problem
- Apple may have dropped its plans for an Apple TV streaming service
- Why women are probably the best coders on GitHub
- You can buy credit card details of 100,000 Brits as easily as hopping on Amazon
Good reads, features, reviews, deals, distractions and more
- Review: Stacked brings true wireless charging to the iPhone, but there’s a catch
- Code from any device with Codeanywhere: 3-year subscription now $59
- How to partner with a larger company when you’re a startup
- End procrastination and upgrade your life with the Ultimate Productivity Hacks Bundle
- This week in patents: Hover engines, drones and no more delivery drivers
- Is 2016 finally the year of location?
- 5 strategies for any average Joe to replace celebrities on social media
- The clickbait fallacy: Why humans are wired to resist clickbait
From beyond The Next Web
- Creating a computer voice that people like [The New York Times]
- Review: A standing desk for an extreme budget (seriously, it’s $25) [The Wall Street Journal]
- Van Gogh’s bedroom gets digital makeover [BBC]