Some fun and techy headlines from around the Web from the last month or so, including a look back at Apollo 13, a farewell to Microsoft Lync, Chrome’s XP support, a debate about which smartphone is best gets violent, and much more. Read on for all the headlines.
- 45 years after Apollo 13: A look at what went wrong and why.
- It’s official: Lync is no more, welcome Skype for Business.
- While we don’t recommend running XP since it’s no longer supported by Microsoft, Google Chrome will support XP through the end of the year.
- Google’s Android Wear updates will allow you to leave your phone at home and still get updates on your wrist.
- Similarly, here’s what you can do with your new Apple Watch if you don’t have your iPhone handy.
- Oregon’s Governor has opened the door for Google Fiber to come to Oregon.
- How many working hours per week does Facebook’s CEO put in? Less than you might think for being the head of a $200+ billion company.
- Why you should always use the official app stores for your smartphones: 1 in 5 Android apps are malware (though the article, despite its headline, says that the Apple and Google app stores are nearly spotless and that those apps are coming from third-party sources).
- Headlines you just can’t make up: Tulsa Roommates Stab Each Other Over Debate Between iPhone & Android.
- If you use Match.com, your passwords might be at risk.
- One of the reasons we redesigned our website: If your site isn’t mobile-friendly, it will not be rated as high in Google results.
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