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Watch out Cisco: Facebook is designing open network switches – and more links for you

May 11, 2013

We have got a lot of technology related links to look through and various topics covering Family, Windows Phone, Facebook, Nexus 7, Google Play and Android (operating system).

Ok, let’s get started. All the links:

– “Mohr Davidow Ventures’ Katherine Barr on family tech: It should help enable us, not control us – Katherine Barr, a general partner at Mohr Davidow Ventures, says that in the family tech space, companies need to focus on developing technologies that enables parents to reconnect with other human beings, not dominate their lives” – [thenextweb.com]
– “Nokia releases Play To DLNA app for Windows Phone 8 – On Friday, Finnish handset maker Nokia announced that the Play To app for Windows Phone 8 made the grade from experimental to stable version and is now publicly available to download from the Store” – [betanews.com]
– “Social networking icon Facebook — perhaps with a deserved emphasis on “networking” — announced that is now expanding its Open Compute Projectin an effort totake a fresh look at enterprise-level switch design” – [Watch out Cisco: Facebook is designing open network switches – www.techspot.com]

– New Nexus 7 to have 1920?1200 pixel display, 5 megapixel camera, 8mm thickness, same $199 price? – “He’s got a detailed report out today on the new Nexus 7 that he thinks will be announced at Google I/O and could ship as early as June or July in large numbers” – [9to5google.com]

– “A new piece of Android (operating system) malware has been discovered with two components: a downloader available on Google Play and the spyware app it downloads” – [Android apps found on Google Play download spyware to monitor your text messages, call logs, and location – thenextweb.com]

– “Thus, I’ve set out to detail the top 5 best task list apps for Android” – [Best to-do list, task list, and checklist apps for Android – phandroid.com]

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