Weekends are made for fun, so we don’t blame you for spending yours away from the bubbling cauldron of tech news, but now it’s Monday and time to get up to speed on everything that happened while you were doing other things.
News from over the weekend at The Next Web:
- Samsung Invites Male Appendage Jokes With New Ads
- Twitter Latest Experiment is UK User Research Forum
- Apple Completes Deal to Buy PrimeSense
- Xbox One Problems Affect Only ‘a Very Small Number’ of Customers
- Pinterest Details Engineering Process Behind iOS 7 Redesign
- Microsoft Sells 1M Xbox One Units in Its First 24 Hours
- Google+ Gets Full Resolution Photo and Video Backups in iOS 7
- Watch: Jony Ive’s Full Interview with Charlie Rose
- You Can Now Buy Nest’s $129 Protect Smart Smoke Alarm
- Twitter Upgrades Site Encryption With Forward Secrecy
- What We Need in a Next-Gen Social Network
- The True Costs of Developing an App
- Want To Be A Successful Founder? Not Without These Qualities
- Is the Clock Ticking for the Sharing Economy?
- How We Built Our Startup Office In Three Days
- The Cable Industry is Imploding: What Providers Must Do to Stay Alive
- iOS Email App Swizzle Will Clean up All Your Offers into One Simple Digest
- From Email Newsletters and Online Forms to $25k in Three Months
- 11 Rapid-Fire Startup Pitches: Who Fares Best?
From beyond The Next Web:
- Study Suggests Link Between Dread Pirate Roberts and Satoshi Nakamoto [New York Times Bits]
- Reports Of Xbox One Disc Drive Issues Increase [Kotaku]
- Waze debuts new feature where celebrities give you driving directions [VentureBeat]
- NSA infected 50,000 computer networks with malicious software [NRC.nl]
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