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Facebook Tests Deleting Updates, GTA V Confirmed For PC, PS4, Xbox One, And More… [Tech News Digest]
Also, Etsy Redskins, the 512GB SD card, Netflix in France, a round Apple Watch, and an amateur YouTube mashup.
Apple has revealed its first smartwatch, but will you be buying the Apple Watch?
The Apple Watch. It’s a watch, a smartwatch, a watch that is smart. Sort of. And it’s ripe for mocking.
Also, Windows 9, Google refunds, Facebook ads, Xbox noise, and iPad magic with LEGO.
Also, negative reviews, Deezer in the U.S., Google Pyramids, the NES 3DS, and an illuminating Rube Goldberg machine.
Tell us about the video games console you remember most fondly, and why it retains a place in your heart. Go!
Also, other technology news not related to Apple. Honest.
Thanks to our readers, we present a list of cloud storage services you should consider using now or in the future.
Also, Home depot suffers major hack, SheTaxis hates men, Spotify adds video ads, Facebook adds view count to videos, and see what happens when teenagers try playing the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Also, Microsoft revamps MSN, Steven loves emoji, Google Glass lands on Google Play, and Wakie wakes you up with strangers.
The appeal of capturing a moment in time forever cannot be overstated. In many ways, it doesn’t matter what tool is used, as long as that scene is freeze-framed for future reference.
Opinions on this saga have varied. We are not here to preach, so, presented without judgment on their suitability, here are some of the funniest tweets that appeared on Twitter in the aftermath.
Also, Rdio goes freemium, Facebook privacy checkups, free Xbox One game offer, iDiots queue for the iPhone 6, and why Google Glass sucks.
Also, tweets in space, the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, cheap Windows tablets, next-generation Minecraft, and Ikea mocks Apple.
We suspect now may be a good time to talk about the cloud and how we’re all increasingly trusting our data to online storage services…