• Ad-Blocking Brave Browser Draws Fire From Newspapers

    Ad-Blocking Brave Browser Draws Fire From Newspapers

    The report found that ad blocking grew globally by 41% between Q2 2014 and Q2 2015.Companies like Apple have made ad blocking easier by offering "content blocking" APIs in iOS 9.
  • Microsoft Unveils Plan To Combat 'Terrorist Content'

    Microsoft Unveils Plan To Combat 'Terrorist Content'

    In addressing terrorists' online content, the software giant is tweaking its Microsoft services' terms of use agreement and its notice-and-takedown process.For its terms of use agreement, Microsoft will specifically prohibit the posting of terrorist content on the consumer services that it hosts.
  • Google Apps Gains Springboard For Search

    Google Apps Gains Springboard For Search

    At Google Atmosphere in Tokyo on Tuesday, Google introduced a new Google Apps product and a substantially renovated one -- but not for everyone yet.The latest additions to the company's enterprise portfolio -- a Google Apps search tool called Google Springboard and a reimagined version of Google Sites -- are being made available to interested Google for Work administrators through an Early Access Program rather than as a public release.
  • Google Apps Gains Springboard For Search

    Google Apps Gains Springboard For Search

    At Google Atmosphere in Tokyo on Tuesday, Google introduced a new Google Apps product and a substantially renovated one -- but not for everyone yet.The latest additions to the company's enterprise portfolio -- a Google Apps search tool called Google Springboard and a reimagined version of Google Sites -- are being made available to interested Google for Work administrators through an Early Access Program rather than as a public release.
  • Lawsuit Raises Questions About The Right To Tinker With Tech

    Lawsuit Raises Questions About The Right To Tinker With Tech

    Undoing digital access controls, or technical protection measures (TPMs) – often referred to as digital restriction management or digital rights management (DRM) – is unlawful under Section 1201 of the DMCA.Supporters of Section 1201 insist it's necessary to criminalize the cracking of digital locks to prevent the unlawful copying of digital content, otherwise known as copyright infringement.
  • Lawsuit Raises Questions About The Right To Tinker With Tech

    Lawsuit Raises Questions About The Right To Tinker With Tech

    Undoing digital access controls, or technical protection measures (TPMs) – often referred to as digital restriction management or digital rights management (DRM) – is unlawful under Section 1201 of the DMCA.Supporters of Section 1201 insist it's necessary to criminalize the cracking of digital locks to prevent the unlawful copying of digital content, otherwise known as copyright infringement.
  • The Best eLearning Authoring Tools of 2016

    The Best eLearning Authoring Tools of 2016

    In this article, we'll examine 10 of the best eLearning authoring tools we've seen, most of which deliver training content that's built to specific standards.But, because it's a free tool, it lacks some of the rich multimedia functionality available in other eLearning authoring tools.
  • Here's What Happens to Obama's @POTUS Handle in 2017

    Here's What Happens to Obama's @POTUS Handle in 2017

    20, 2017, the 45th President of the United States will gain power, prestige, and 11 million Twitter followers.As the first "social media president," Barack Obama has traded quips with Bill Clinton on Twitter, gone live on Facebook from the Oval Office, and answered citizens' questions on YouTube.
  • Netflix Adds Offline Viewing

    Netflix Adds Offline Viewing

    The latest app update includes a download button on the details page of a movie or TV series.Visit the "Available for Download" option in the left-hand menu, or just take your chances looking for available content.
  • 4K Ultra HD Buying Guide -

    4K Ultra HD Buying Guide -

    Good news!4K UHD TVs are entirely backward compatible, so you can use your existing cable box or DVR, DVD or Blu-ray player, or standard HD TV antenna, and your 4K UHD TV will make whatever you’re watching look even better than before.
  • Evernote Backtracks on Privacy Policy

    Evernote Backtracks on Privacy Policy

    The company recently introduced new rules authorizing employee access to users' saved scribblings.Instead, Evernote will revise its existing policy "to address our customers' concerns, reinforce that their data remains private by default, and confirm the trust they have placed in Evernote is well founded," Greg Chiemingo, senior director of communications, wrote in a blog post.
  • Disney Producing Original Content for Snapchat

    Disney Producing Original Content for Snapchat

    have partnered to produce original content for the Snapchat social network—starting with the popular dating-show franchise The Bachelor.3, Snapchat's Watch Party: The Bachelor will complement the ABC series by gathering celebrities, comedians, fans, and contestants each week to watch what host Chris Harrison called "the most dramatic season of The Bachelor ever.
  • FCC: Verizon, AT&T Probably Violate Net Neutrality

    FCC: Verizon, AT&T Probably Violate Net Neutrality

    AT&T and Verizon are likely violating net neutrality laws by letting subscribers of their mobile data plans stream some audio and video content without it counting towards their data caps, the Federal Communications Commission said Wednesday.In AT&T's case, the decision applies to its Sponsored Data program, which lets companies pay to exempt their streaming audio and video content from subscribers' data caps.
  • Porn Pirates Exploit YouTube 'Backdoor'

    Porn Pirates Exploit YouTube 'Backdoor'

    Porn pirates are reportedly using a known YouTube backdoor to store infringing material on Google's servers for free.According to TorrentFreak, savvy users upload content without publicly listing it on YouTube; instead, they use private links to embed clips elsewhere online.
  • Netflix Adds SD Card Download Support to Android App

    Netflix Adds SD Card Download Support to Android App

    The ability to download content for offline viewing was introduced by Netflix in November last year.Within the app you'll now find a "Download Location" option which allows you to "control where to save downloaded content.
  • Dolby Vision HDR Is an LG G6 Exclusive, But for How Long?

    Dolby Vision HDR Is an LG G6 Exclusive, But for How Long?

    When the LG G6 was announced, slipped in among all the talk about 18:9 aspect ratios and wide angle cameras, was a mention of Dolby Vision's image enhancement for smartphones.What Dolby has done is make it so that Dolby Vision can work on a variety of solutions, including different screen sizes, different resolutions, and both IPS and OLED displays.
  • From home to outer space, the new Google Earth is full of things to do

    From home to outer space, the new Google Earth is full of things to do

    Sau goodbye to any other plans you had this weekend, as we explore all the new possibilities in the new Google Earth.It’s why one of the highlights of the Culture category in the new Voyager tab is a series called “This is Home.
  • Spotify has started testing ‘sponsored songs’ in playlists

    Spotify has started testing ‘sponsored songs’ in playlists

    A number of Spotify users have started to notice sponsored tracks appearing at the top of playlists on both desktop and mobile.We’ve reached out to Spotify for clarification on whether paying subscribers are supposed to be seeing sponsored songs and will update when we hear back.