It has been another action-packed week here at Mashable. We’ve been covering the newest gadgets coming out of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the Pope’s last Tweet and the fate of Groupon CEO Andrew Mason.
We know you’ve been busy with your own lives, so we rounded up the most important updates in tech and social media to keep you informed. So read below for tons of digital media resources, new innovative apps and much more.
- Become a Graphics Pro Free During Photoshop Week
CreativeLIVE is hosting the first ever Photoshop Week, consisting of 40 free online classes that began live-streaming on Monday, February 25.
- Controversial ‘Six Strikes’ Anti-Piracy Plan Starts Monday
A controversial new plan by content owners and Internet Service Providers to fight online piracy takes effect Monday.
- Zuckerberg, Gates, Will.I.Am Encourage Students to Code
Some of the biggest names in tech and Hollywood have joined forces in a new video for a non-profit focused on computer programming education, to encourage students to take coding classes.
- ‘Titanic II’ Will Set Sail by 2016, Costumes Included
The Titanic sank in the Atlantic Ocean more than 100 years ago, but is it too soon build a new one?
- Kenyan Boy’s Invention Scares Off Lions
Thirteen-year-old Kenyan Richard Turere faced a serious problem: Hungry lions were attacking his family’s precious herd of cattle. So the enterprising boy came up with an ingenious, low-tech solution to keep them away.