10/27/14: Last Week in Tech, in Tweets

1. Major controversy over Hungary’s planned internet-tax. Huge protests in Hungary at plans to tax Internet use at $0.62 per GB http://t.co/aHsJqVsdJ4 pic.twitter.com/I4mPJMLgBX — Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) October 27, 2014 2. The internet has joined the fight against Ebola. Brainstorming on ICT solutions for #Ebola crisis now at #Plenipot14 (room A) https://t.co/PGxUSSdqDg Share your […]

1. Major controversy over Hungary’s planned internet-tax.

2. The internet has joined the fight against Ebola.

3. Foursquare may not survive its controversial relaunch.

4. Amazon joins the fray with its own streaming service.

5. Retailers in the US are blocking NFC cell-phone transactions.

6. Logitech releases the ‘fastest’ gaming mouse of all time.

7. Today is the 110th anniversary of America’s first subway ride!

8. Roger Ver advocates the use of Purse.io for 20% discount on any order from Amazon!

9. This quarter’s results are in, and Microsoft is alive and kicking.


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