This weekend saw a number of developments usually reserved for the working week, so we've compiled a round-up of the more important stories we've covered this past weekend.
In summary: The iPhone turned 5 and MobileMe was closed down, LinkedIn disabled tweet publishing to user profiles, Microsoft revealed new features for Windows Phone 7.8 and Microsoft Office 2013 icons leaked; PDF editing was also confirmed in the upcoming office suite.
There were also issues at Amazon due to bad weather which knocked out their cloud services, and Facebook incurred the wrath of its users due to the forced changeover to a @facebook email address on profiles, meaning emails were lost and contact details outside of Facebook were changed without consent.
Check out the list below, oldest to newest:
- LinkedIn users can't publish Tweets to their profiles anymore
- Microsoft Word 2013 to introduce PDF editing
- iPhone celebrates five-year milestone
- One Year Review: Samsung Galaxy Ace
- Leak: Office 2013 icons revealed
- Nature's clouds prove more powerful than Amazon's
- eBook publishers are spying on us
- The UK wants ISPs to store all of their traffic data
- Member Reviews: Sony Xperia S with ICS: A love story
- Facebook Fail: E-mails lost; contacts changed elsewhere too [Update]
- Apple's MobileMe closes down for good
- Weekend Poll: How many PCs are in your household?
- Reddit and other sites hit with "leap second" bug
- Nokia: We have a backup if Windows Phone doesn't work out
- Microsoft hinting more features coming for Windows Phone 7.8
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