I work at Hoist and The Next Web crafting words + code. I also run a tech blog and a weekly tech newsletter called Charged, which is the best way to get a roundup of tech trends each week. The best way to chat is via Twitter.
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Charged #13: Futuristic cheap smartphones, YouTube music subscriptions, tiny iBeacons and more!
Charged #12: Google releases a classroom tool, where the Twitter logo came from and more!
Charged #11: Facebook and Foursquare split their apps, Microsoft makes further concessions and more
Charged #10: Instagram makes a Snapchat competitor, photography is about to be disrupted and more!
Charged #9: Google helps you explore the neighborhood, Amazon makes you motion sick and more!
Charged #8: Kindle unlimited puts a library in your pocket, massive Microsoft layoffs and more
Charged #7: Why you should stick with your side projects, Microsoft's new CEO makes his mark and more
Charged #6: Google buys Songza, HTC back in the black and more
Charged #5: Google I/O, smartwatches and more
Charged #4: Amazon makes a phone, new emoji and more in tech