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RIAA Wants Domain Registrar to Expose ‘Pirate Site’ Owner

The RIAA has obtained subpoenas from a federal court in Columbia ordering domain name registrar Dynadot to hand over the IP and email addresses and all other identifying information related to the operator of the unauthorized music service Soundpiff. Show More Summary

List Building Profit Review – How to Grow Your Mailing List

Running a blog and website takes a lot more than just frequently posting great content. A lot of times, content marketing can be a means to an end, as it allows you to collect visitors’ e-mail information through link building, which then gives you the opportunity to target them through e-mail marketing. Show More Summary

Gaming Uber

Alex Rosenblatt, writing for Motherboard: Over a six month period, my colleague Luke Stark and I have been studying how Uber drivers interact with the Uber app as part of a research project funded by Microsoft FUSE Labs. Our research was conducted primarily in Uber driver forums, and through interviews with Uber drivers. Show More Summary

Landscape of no fear: Sea turtles don't avoid hungry tiger sharks the way you'd think

Sea turtles don't alter their movements to avoid shark attacks, researchers find, which means sea turtles are tougher than most of us.

Internet mauls dentist accused of illegal kill of popular lion

Technically Incorrect: Walter Palmer, a dentist in Minnesota, has his Yelp entry attacked by those not fond of his allegedly illegal killing of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe.

Twitter's user growth skids to a stop

The microblogger's executives say they have no idea when they could see "significant" additions to its monthly active users metric.

8 Unexpected and Useful Ways to Use Twitter Group DMs

Recently, Twitter’s oft-neglected Direct Message (DM) tool added a group DM function, a feature that was well-received, but then seems to have gone nowhere. This should not be the case as it’s incredibly useful. Group DMs on Twitter have the power to become real game-changers. Show More Summary

Prominent tech and science experts call for killer robot ban (Tomorrow Daily 216)

Ashley and Khail discuss a petition to ban autonomous weapons, one man's silly idea to load Half-Life 2 on his Android Wear smartwatch and Stanford University's AI program to teach robots to play games.

Maximize Evernote with 5 Powerful Features

With over 100 million users, Evernote is arguably the web’s favorite productivity and note-saving tool. But there’s much more to this powerful platform than meets the eye. Since its launch in 2008, Evernote has quickly become the ubiquitous platform for “storing everything.” From photos of receipts, to copies of bills. Show More Summary

Your tattoo is permanent thanks to meddling macrophages

You can blame your immune system for the permanence of your tattoo of a unicorn doge saying "Wow."

A Fascinating Look at Public Toilets From Around the World

When you travel abroad, you won’t be surprised to find that people speak a different language at your destination. You might not even be surprised to realise that people drive very differently in other parts of the world. But would you...Show More Summary

Watch This Space: 10 Must-See Documentaries About the Universe

The Universe is fascinating. Billions of stars, millions of planets, and the vastness of space attract our attention and make us want to contribute to science. Documentaries about the Universe help to show the greatness of the galaxies and the awe-inspiring cosmos that scientists are still trying to explain. Show More Summary

Samsung Galaxy Note could sport Exynos CPU, 4GB RAM

A recent report from GSM Arena claims that Samsung's next big thing could include a homegrown processor and plenty of memory.

How 95% of Android Phones Can Be Hacked with a Single Text

A new Android vulnerability has the security world worried – and it leaves your Android phone extremely vulnerable. The issue comes in the form of six bugs in an innocuous Android module called StageFright, which is used for media playback. Show More Summary

Best Windows 10 Ready Hardware & What It Means

With Windows 10 set to become available on July 29, and supposedly being the last version of the OS ever, manufacturers have begun to announce their hardware which will be ready for the launch of the new operating system. Let’s takeShow More Summary

The History of the Windows Start Menu

For all the pomp and ceremony surrounding the release of Windows 10, one of the most well-received features of the operating system is the return of an old friend—the Start Menu. The Start Menu has long been a defining element of the Windows interface, and has seen some big changes over the course of the last twenty years. Show More Summary

Moto Pulse and Moto Surround: Hands-on with Motorola's new wireless headphones

As part of its new Moto X and Moto G launch event, Motorola also introduced two new affordable Bluetooth headphones. So, how do they sound?

Stop Hating On Selfies: 3 Reasons You Should Love Them

Selfies get a lot of hate, most of it entirely unwarranted. My esteemed colleague Dave Parrack has a particularly dim view of the art form, typical of most denegrations of the art home. Selfies are all too often written off as the egotistical masturbation of brainless teenagers, but that’s a superficial take on them. Show More Summary

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