This week’s recap of tech news is brought to you without commercial interruption and features appearances from those titans of the VentureBeat editorial staff, Devindra Hardawar and Sean Ludwig.
Our New York writers and editors rarely get the chance to come play at VentureBeat HQ in San Francisco, so we thought we’d make them feel special by forcing them to participate in our most humiliating ritual: the weekly video show.
Here are the stories we covered this week:
- Instagram finally came to Android, yaaaaay! Wait, why are all these iPhone users crying?
- We did a full review of Nokia’s Lumia 900, calling it the best in its class.
- VentureBeat had its second annual Mobile Summit, so we’ve got our notes from that.
- President Obama passed the JOBS Act, the controversial bill about startup crowdfunding.
That’s all for now, folks. We wish you a lovely weekend, particularly to the celebrants of this week’s holy days in a couple major religions. For the rest of you, just don’t run with scissors and try to stay out of trouble.
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