This week’s tech news roundup

Once again I’m horribly late to round up the news, but life gets in the way sometimes, and I was enjoying my weekend far too much!

So, here we have an update for the week of the 24th to the 28th. There’re some big goings on at Google, who have peeved more than a few by taking the stance to disable any apps that have not been downloaded from their own app store. I suppose when you start filling your company with ex-Microsoft employees you’re bound to start to turn into a consumer-ignoring super-corp, right? Gartner has also raised a few eyebrows by predicting that 33% of the Fortune 100 companies will have an ‘information crisis’ by 2017. It’s of course only a coincidence that their management convention is around the corner.

Here’s the rest of last week’s news, enjoy!

Acision lights messaging Fuze for telcos with white-label app

Gartner predicts third of major firms will suffer information crisis by 2017

Chrome rubs beta users the wrong way with update

Office 2013 Service Pack 1 outed with stability and security fixes

Kaspersky Lab launches Fraud Prevention Platform

PayPal and Samsung let Galaxy S5 owners shop with a finger tap

Government announces £250 million broadband boost

MWC 2014: EE forges new 4G deal with Nokia Solutions Network

Emporia handsets aim to push the right buttons

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