With Monday upon us, it’s hard not to sit around daydreaming about the quickly fading memory that was the weekend. Maybe you spent it in the tulip fields of the Netherlands (as some of the TNW team did), or perhaps you just spent it trying to get over your horrific hangover, as the other half of the TNW editorial team did. Whatever you did, there’s a good chance that you weren’t paying much attention to tech news.
Luckily for you though, we’ve put together a quick list of everything you missed so you can get back up to speed in just a few minutes. All you need to provide is the coffee.
News from over the weekend
- Critical HTTPS Bug May Open 25,000 iOS Apps to Eavesdropping Attacks [Ars Technica]
- Russian Hackers Read Obama’s Unclassified Emails, Officials Say [The New York Times]
- Twitter Is Rolling Out Trends With Descriptions On The Web [Marketing Land]
- Nokia denies return to phone manufacturing [Reuters]
- Bitcoins ‘losing’ value for cyber-thieves [BBC]
- 10% off Select Lifetime Deals, This Weekend Only!
Good reads from The Next Web and beyond
- Why We Rejected the News You Sent Us
- Stop Consuming, Start Acting
- 6 Reasons Why American Healthcare Is Broken
- Michael Suk-Young Chwe’s ‘Rational Ritual’ Review
- How Being Unprofessional Increases Employee Engagement
- 5 Psychology Principles Every Visual Marketer Should Know
- The Sensor-Rich, Data-Scooping Future [The New York Times]
- Facebook isn’t a charity. The poor will pay by surrendering their data [The Guardian]
- The Future of Games Will Focus on Escaping From Reality—and Improving It [The Wall Street Journal]
So, there you have it, the biggest news and features from the last two days. Of course, if you fear missing out in the future, you can always subscribe to our individually crafted newsletters or Like our Facebook Page to stay in touch.