New privacy setting update means users can no longer go incognito
‘You’ve made this the time of my life’
Apple joins Samsung and Amazon in the school’s legal crosshairs.
According to computer security experts, the site may be drastically underestimating the extent to which personal data was leaked last week.
The sold-out New York Comic Con, which claims to be the largest pop culture event on the East Coast, starts today at New York City’s Javits Center and runs through October 14. Attendees will include Kevin Bacon, Carrie Fisher, …
Good news, Android users. Flipboard has officially made its reader app available in Google Play.
Anti-piracy bills in U.S. House and Senate would block sites with infringing content, but empower the government to censor anything it deems unlawful.
At the SysCan conference in Taiwan this week, security researcher Charlie Miller will describe a flaw he discovered in the iPhone’s web browser that allows a malicious app installed on the phone to download executable code from …
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion is forging ahead with its BBM Music offering, an attempt at creating a viral music service that will probably fall flat.
BBM Music launches today with a free 60-day trial, and costs $5 per month thereafter. Here’s how it works:
You pick 50 songs for your music library. If you know anyone who’s …
Napster’s long, troubled life is finally coming to an end, with Rhapsody acquiring the service’s subscribers and assets from Best Buy. The Napster brand will be phased out as part of the deal.
Napster was best known for its early run as a peer-to-peer music sharing service (read: a way to download pirated MP3s) before the advent of …
Remember back in the day when you listened to Pandora and hit your 40-hour listening limit?
“Wait, what? No more music?” you ask, brow furrowing as you slowly remove your earbuds. “Geez, 99 cents? For an entire month of streaming radio that I can customize as I please? Does it LOOK like I’m made of money?”
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