This month, we launch a new feature that I’m hoping will be regular: a weekly round-up of the biggest technology stories both locally and globally. Now by biggest, I mean stories that got our attention big time.
So then, here goes this week’s biggest tech stories (in no particular order):
Now, I’m guessing that there were other major tech news that disrupted our senses and generally caught our attention. For me, these are the ones that I found most interesting and fascinating to write about.
Just in case I missed something that you think was a huge story, you can whisper them in your comments Just allow me do the hyping
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