This week's been all about the numbers: Apple released its latest sales figures, Facebook's been boasting about its user numbers and Lytro's new camera delivered 1080 x 1080 pixels of light ray goodness. That's not all: Sony's released a superb smartphone, Nike's nixed the Fuelband and details of Windows 9 are beginning to emerge. Here's what matters this week.
Apple: 20 million Apple TVs but iPad sales slowing
It's time for Apple's latest results, and while it remains a mind-bogglingly profitable company the news wasn't all good: iPad sales have slowed, and we're still waiting for the exciting new products Tim Cook has been banging on about for ages.
Facebook on mobile breaks the billion
More big numbers, this time from Facebook: the social network now has 1.01 billion monthly users on mobile, a 15% increase over last year and almost as many people as use Facebook the old-fashioned way. To celebrate, it's going to stuff your news feed with even more auto-playing video ads. Thanks, Facebook. Thanks a bunch.
With Apple's annual developer conference quickly approaching, we have little doubt that somewhere in Cupertino there are devices already running iOS 8, and a new report could very well offer our first glimpse of one of them. Read more
At Microsoft Build 2014 we found out what was in store for Windows 8.1 Update 1, but now attention is shifting to what lies ahead. WZOR, the Russian pirate group, has released some new details on the next Microsoft OS update, and the group seems certain it's coming this autumn. Read more
The OnePlus One is now out in the open and looking pretty sweet. OnePlus isn't a widely-recognised name right now but its first handset goes shoulder-to-shoulder with smartphone titans at a more affordable price. Read more
The grand old name of Nokia will be dropped from the company's title as soon as the Microsoft takeover is rubber stamped this month, according to a letter sent by the new owners to suppliers. Read more
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