The weekend may well be over and Monday morning is well and truly upon you, but that’s no reason to fret about the week ahead or everything you missed while you were offline doing other things.
Luckily for you, we’ve put together all the best news, features, reviews, shareables and more from the last two days. All you need to do is clear your schedule and make yourself a drink.
News from The Next Web over the weekend
- Sideplayer for Chrome lets you watch YouTube videos in a pop-up window
- Wunderlist for Windows 10 lets you add to-dos with Cortana
- 4.6 million customer records stolen from brokerage firm Scottrade
- Lookmark lets you save iOS apps to download later
- Alphabet will ‘do the right thing’ as Google avoids being evil
- Apple TV will have an open API for universal search
- A Valve employee just proposed to his girlfriend in VR
Features, reviews, good reads, deals and more
- Google doesn’t need to make Nexus phones anymore
- September in Latin America: All the tech news you shouldn’t miss from the past month
- Mobile-First Developer’s Bundle: Pay what you want!
- Researchers use AR to bring your coloring book to 3D
- The psychological impact of a person’s voice
- Should I turn my e-business into a regular store?
- Adobe MAX Creativity Conference starts on Monday: Here’s what to expect
- 5 business learning bundles to build your entrepreneurial empire
- Livestreamer accidentally sets his room on fire, puts it out in the worst ways possible
- How writing regularly can improve your creativity and clarity
- Mark Zuckerberg’s year of books: William James’s The Varieties of Religious Experience
- September in Africa: All the tech news you shouldn’t miss from the past month
- 7 research-backed ways to stop procrastinating (and get more done)
- In future, the internet could come through your lightbulb
From beyond The Next Web
- Scouring the Web to Make New Words ‘Lookupable’ [The New York Times]
- The Future of the Internet Is Flow [The Wall Street Journal]
- Oculus Rift likely will cost more than $350 when it ships, says Luckey [Polygon]
- The European Startup Market [AVC.com]