Namibia, Google, Yahoo, More: Thursday Afternoon Buzz, May 1, 2014
Yelp is going to identify businesses which accept Bitcoin.
Yesterday I mentioned an alleged ex-Google employee accusing Google of ripping off publishers, and opined that it wasn’t true. The accuser is back and claims to have proof. Still don’t believe it’s true – Google has much too much to lose to play games like this.
Facebook has announced anonymous login.
Namibia newspaper New Era has gone online, with a digital archive now available.
From Lifehacker: the best tricks and extensions to make Wikipedia awesome.
How-to-Geek has an interesting article on why encrypted e-mail is not more popular.
Yahoo has launched Yahoo Screen for Android.
Google has launched new mobile apps for Docs and Sheets, with Slides coming soon. Good afternoon, Internet…
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