Technology Editor, Mashable
mashable.com — Windows Phone customers won't be shut out of seeing YouTube videos after all. After tussling over the YouTube app for Windows Phone, Google and Microsoft have settled their differences now that Microsoft has agreed to include ads in the app. The YouTube app, like other major apps on Windows Phone, is actually made by Microsoft.
twitter.com — YES THEY ARE! "Are Apostrophes Necessary? No, Not Really." http://www.slate.com/articles/life/the_good_word/2013/05/apostrophes_and_when_to_use_them_punctuation_necessary_at_all_not_really.html?utm_source=tw&utm_medium=sm&utm_campaign=button_toolbar ...
mashable.com — Just when you thought display technology could hardly get any better, along come quantum dots, making screens more colorful while consuming less power. This is not just some pie-in-the-sky dream of scientists and geeks.
mashable.com — Chinese manufacturer Hisense, known for its aggressive pricing on electronics such as tablets and televisions, unveiled two new budget tablets: the Sero 7 Lt and Sero 7 Pro tablet, both aimed to take on Google's Nexus 7 device. The Sero 7 Pro tablet will be priced at $149, while the Sero 7 Lt will be $99.
plus.google.com — Xbox One: What We Know WE'RE LIVE: http://bit.ly/12ZPkBu To sift through the biggest Xbox One news this week, we are hosting a Google+ Hangout today at...
mashable.com — Major brands with a presence on Twitter are being encouraged to implement Twitter's new two-factor authentication feature to help ward off hackers, and for good reason. If you look at recent hacks against companies such as Burger King, The Onion and the Associated Press - which even negatively impacted financial markets - it's clear that Twitter has become a hotbed for account hijacking.
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