New watch draws crowds to Apple stores.
China (Next Media) – US coding website GitHub says it is facing the largest cyber attack in its history. China is thought to be behind the attack, which began on Thursday and is ongoing.
IT students and programmers present original ideas and projects at the InfoMatrix competition in Bucharest.
Hungarian start-up introduces interactive jewellery that allows its user to change designs.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announces new features allowing developers to create apps for the Facebook messenger application as well as a way to communicate directly with businesses through Facebook messenger.
(Reuters Business Report) – Seeing the news on Facebook could get a lot easier and faster. The social network wants to host news content on its own site instead of having you hit a link that takes you to a publisher’s site. The New York Times reports that Facebook is talking to half a dozen publishers including itself, BuzzFeed and National Geographic about hosting their content on Facebook.
New Yorkers react to Facebook’s clarification of what content is prohibited on its social media website, as the company strives to curb controversial posts.
(EVO) – Few places can claim to have as much time as Basel.
But then the Swiss city is hosting the world’s most important watch show, kicking off this year not with a bang, but with a beep.
“Smart” is the key word here.
Swatch unveils a smartwatch that allows users to make payments with the swipe of their wrists via programmable chips.
(BVO) – Twitter has opened a small office in Hong Kong aiming to gain a foothold in the world’s second-largest economy which has become a hotspot for social media activity.