Once again, we’re sharing some news we found around the Interwebs.
Research firm IDC expects PC shipments to fall 6 percent in 2014, decline through 2018.
Intel marketing chief Deborah Conrad to leave after 27 years at the company.
Forbes has more on the behind-the-scenes maneuvering that led up to the Facebook-WhatsApp deal.
Russia and Ukraine are reportedly in a cyber standoff.
Critical bug leaves Linux, hundreds of apps susceptible to eavesdropping. It’s being called worse than Apple’s recent “goto fail.”
Dashboard diving: CNet looks at Apple’s CarPlay and its competitors, including Google’s Open Automotive Alliance.
Comcast extends program to provide low-cost Internet access to the poor; some question its motives as it seeks approval for Time Warner acquisition.
Snapshot of success: Woman’s widely followed yoga-focused Instagram account leads to a full-time business.
Twitter shares more numbers about Oscars-related tweets. The big number: 3.3 billion “impressions.”
Tech and wearables: San Francisco startup makes bar-coded socks.
Photo: A Ferrari with Apple’s CarPlay system integration is shown at the 84th Geneva International Motor Show on March 4. (Sandro Campardo/EPA)