Jan 26th 2014
This Week in Tech 442
You Won't Believe What Happens Next
Introducing the Macintosh, native advertising, deletable bloatware, and more.
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- Apple takes over its homepage to celebrate 30 years of Mac, with accompanying video, timeline and poll
- Exclusive: Watch Steve Jobs' First Demonstration of the Mac for the Public, Unseen Since 1984
- Facebook Is About to Lose 80% of Its Users, Study Says
- Sony Pictures, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg Make Movie Deal For ‘Lean In’
- Gmail Goes Down Across The World
- When Gmail Went Down, Yahoo Poked Fun On Twitter, Then Apologized
- Goodbye for now, Jelly – it’s not you, it’s the marketers
- Why Verizon is buying Intel Media: it’s all about taking on Comcast
- Matt Cutts: The decay and fall of guest blogging for SEO
- Glitch Is Causing Thousands Of Emails To Be Sent To One Man’s Hotmail Account
- Big Web Crash in China: Experts Suspect Great Firewall
- Korean internet speed going insane. Now launching 300 mbps on mobile. It'll be 450 mbps at February.
- South Korean court rules, 'pre installed bloatware must be deletable.'
- Phone storage compared – Samsung S4 still in last place
- Google and Samsung agree to license each other's patents for 10 years
- Qualcomm buys 2,400 mobile patents, applications from HP
- Netflix wants to introduce three pricing tiers for new members
- King.com, makers of Candy Crush Saga... Trademark Trolls with a Double Standard?
- CONFIRMED: Man Interrogated By FBI For Wearing Prescription Google Glass At The Movies