Many of us step away from the keyboard over the weekend. As we enter the height of spring, it’s a good chance to experience the great outdoors and catch up with friends, family and loved ones.
If closed your laptop or powered down your desktop PC, we’ve gathered all of the most important news and features that you’ve missed over the last few days. Make a cup of coffee, ignore your inbox for a few minutes and bring yourself back up to speed with our handy guide.
News from TNW over the weekend
- Wikipedia tweaks mobile design to put emphasis on contributors
- April in Latin America: All the tech news you shouldn’t miss from the past month
- Smartphones: The silent killer of the Web as you know it
- Is Instagram’s move to replace Foursquare with Facebook Places premature?
- Under the hood: 10 design newsletters that will spark your inspiration
- Digital tools to help whip your body into shape
- How to use big data to predict the success of your startup
- 3 reasons why every CEO should do their own customer support
From beyond TNW
- The Sharing Economy Needs to Start Sharing Its Data Too [Wired]
- The Great Unwatched [The New York Times]
- When Hitting ‘Find My iPhone’ Takes You to a Thief’s Doorstep [The New York Times]
- This is what comes after search [Quartz]
- Zynga cofounder’s quest to take down Candy Crush Saga [Ars Technica]
- The Wild Side of Alibaba Founder Jack Ma [WSJ]
- After Technology Destroys Capitalism [TechCrunch]
“This event was off the charts”
Gary Vaynerchuk was so impressed with TNW Conference 2016 he paused mid-talk to applaud us.
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