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Bitcoin is (allegedly) unmasked, Spotify acquires The Echo Nest, Facebook (finally) settles on its new News Feed design, Vine bans pornography, Microsoft’s Siri-alike leaks, and LG releases the creepiest commercial of all time.
Facebook regulates gun sales, Snowden Phone is a thing, Getty Images concedes defeat, Congressman calls for the U.S. dollar to be banned, look out for Skype on Outlook, and using Minecraft to quit smoking.
Addiction is no laughing matter, unless Angry Birds is involved.
Yahoo rejects third-party logins, Japan’s Bitcoin regulation, Project Spark for Xbox One, Twitter talks “impressions,” Steve Ballmer’s retirement, Microsoft nags Windows XP diehards, and Arduboy brings Tetris to the business card.
We hoped this would be worthy of a serious and invigorating discussion. We were wrong.
Microsoft switches things up, Lenovo loves Ashton Kutcher, Bill Gates still rich, Samsung brings leather to Chromebook, Kickstarter takes $1 billion in pledges, Oppia goes beta, and kids cannot get their heads around rotary phones.
Academy Awards selfies, Tim Cook is the Incredible Hulk, Windows 8.1 could be free, Nokia X hacked, FCC broadband app arrives, coding your own Flappy Bird clone, and Internet trolls should be avoided at all costs.
The ignorance surrounding Bitcoin isn’t surprising, as cryptocurrencies are very different from the forms of payment most of us are used to on a daily basis. But worry not, we’re here to help.
GCHQ spies on Yahoo, Bitcoin vs. Federal Reserve, 25 years of Web, Apple admiration, Amazon’s plans for music streaming, Warner Bros. making Minecraft movie, and working Game Boy revealed as the best cosplay ever.
Project Ara is happening, Apple ends support for Snow Leopard, Nintendo ends support for online multiplayer on Wii and DS, Sony to close most stores, Facebook retires email service, and retro games invading Adam Sandler.
Every single one of these websites and apps was created by people like you and I. And we suck for not getting there first.
Bitcoin exchange MtGox offline, Google lobbies Glass driving legislation, dual-screen YotaPhone 2 debuts, buy BBM for $19 billion, Twitch streaming for Xbox One, Gmail adds an ‘Unsubscribe’ button, and Paramount stops the Top Gun tweets.
Whether on computer or console, handheld or home system, these are the titles you gaggle of geeks are desperate to get your hands on.
Samsung unveils Galaxy S5, Nokia X is revealed, WhatsApp announces free voice services, Google rumored to be working on a smartwatch, Xbox One gets first price cut, and selfies may spread head lice.
Netflix and Comcast deal, Windows Phone 8.1 leaks, Sony launches PlayStation 4 in Japan, Microsoft cuts price of Windows 8.1, WhatsApp goes down, new Google Maps emerges from beta, LinkedIn introduces blocking, and Silicon Valley gets TV show.