Technology – 26 March 2013

Yahoo buys Summly news app from Brit teen for an estimated $30m – then closes it

Written by Trevor Mogg, Published on Digital Trends

When he was 15, Brit Nick D’Aloisio had an idea for an app that summarized news articles, offering readers in a rush a quick way to catch up on the day’s events.

MiiPC Android-powered PC aims at kids

Written by Shane McGlaun, Published on Slash Gear

One of the big problems that parents face when their kids reach the age where they’re ready to go online is how to prevent their kids from accessing content that’s inappropriate for their age.

T-Mobile Unveils New Pricing Plan, Kind Of

Written by ROY FURCHGOTT, Published on The New York Times

T-Mobile has unveiled what is presumably its new pricing plan. I say presumably because the company will not confirm or deny that the plan appearing on its Web site is its new plan.

Saudi Arabia ‘threatens Skype ban’

Published on BBC News

Encrypted messaging services such as Skype, Viber and WhatsApp could be blocked in Saudi Arabia, the telecommunications regulator there is reported to have warned.

Deutsche Telekom’s Evernote Deal Points the Way for Telcos

Written by Anna Leach, Published on WSJ

Germany’s largest network Deutsche Telekom DTE.XE -1.32%, has signed a deal with note-keeping app Evernote, bringing a productivity tool to subscribers in the country.

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