Twitter is set to launch a new music service some time this weekend, with many sources suggesting that in-fact today, Friday, could be the intended release day. The idea behind it is to tie in with the Coachella festival, perhaps using the event as a springboard for promotional purposes.
Chrome extension allows users to encode secret messages in Facebook pics to share with family and friends, protected from prying eyes.
Bitcoins have been rising in value at an unprecedented rate as of late, jumping from around the $30 mark in early March, to upwards of $100 in the early days of April.
Private Internet Access allows you to unblock censorship filters while protecting your privacy and identity online.
While Kim Dotcom’s pre-extradition trial legal battles have highlighted a lot of things: the need to revamp intellectual property rights, the over the top methods that studios use to combat change in the distribution of content, but perhaps most crucially, that the New Zealand authorities have
It’s an evolution of habits. Instead of opening a newspaper, many are turning to the Internet to find out what is happening in this world today.
Steganos offers free version of its Online Shield 365 VPN services, allowing users to surf the web safely and anonymously. VPNs are an increasingly popular tool for encrypting Internet traffic, and for good reason.
A recently announced bill in the US would create a “Chief Innovation and Intellectual Property Negotiator”, but critics charge that this is merely a Hollywood ambassador to the world.
Full court documents of how the New Zealand government and US authorities spied on and planned the arrest of Kim Dotcom revealing have been released, letting us in on some interesting details about what led up to the eventual raid of Dotcom’s mansion which saw him arrested, on 20th January 2
Chrome extension allows you to visit any website currently blocked by work, your ISP, govt or anybody else; access Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Facebook, Pandora, and any other site.
Forget expensive Major League Baseball subscription packages and watch your favorite baseball team play for free online from virtually anywhere in the world.
Just yesterday the New Zealand Prime Minister, John Key, was embarrassed, after his claims of not having much of a relationship with NZ Intelligence agency (GCSB) head, Ian Fletcher were countered, with another MP suggesting they were once good friends and may well still be.
In an effort to raise awareness for the current issue piracy presents the music industry, Brooklyn based band, Ghost Beach has begun advertising a new campaign on Times Square billboards.
Update includes QuikBeam, the ability to send photo, video, and files between iPhones at speeds up to 20 times faster than existing iPhone solutions. I’ve been covering QuikIO since it first launched last November, and the iOS app keeps getting and better.
Free app for jailbroken iPads lets you download movies or TV shows directly to your device or simply watch them online for FREE. It’s all about content when it comes to portable media devices like the iPhone or iPad, and that’s why iTunes has made them both hugely successful.
Answering the complaint from an MMS greeting card supplier that MMS messaging made it possible for people to infringe its copyright and therefore the platform itself was an illicit file sharing tool, the Federal court thought otherwise.
The long process through the court has reached another point in the road. The 9th Circuit court of appeal has reaffirmed a lower courts injunction against Gary Fungs sites including ISOHunt.
UK ISPs Virgin Media, BT O2 and Be There have now blocked access to BitTorrent sites due to a high court order earlier this year. A court order earlier this year has forced UK’s largest ISP providers to block access to three BitTorrent sites in particular – Kickass, H33t and Fenopy.
Tommy Refenes, one half of the duo behind indie success story Super Meat Boy, has published an extended tumblr post about the way the games industry currently deals with piracy and DRM.
Nation’s first convicted file-sharer, Jammie Thomas, tells RIAA there’s no way she can pay the $220,000 judgement after US Supreme Court declines to hear appeal. The long and winding road that is the case of Jammie Thomas has finally come to a close, at least legally speaking.