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Hackers Compromise T-Mobile Customer Data, Steal 15 Million Records

Experian, a vendor T-Mobile used for credit checks, was hacked in a data breach that leaked the records of about 15 million people. Hackers have targeted Experian, the credit agency that reviews T-Mobile's credit applications, potentially compromising the personal information of 15 million people. Show More Summary

The Wood Brothers – Paradise (ALBUM REVIEW)

In their decade together, The Wood Brothers have never made a bad record. Quite the contrary as each successive release has found them offering more finely-crafted material produced with a proportionately elevated sophistication. Paradise is another extension of that evolution. Show More Summary

Don’t believe the hype: Video proves the iPhone 6s isn’t as waterproof as you think

We expected the iPhone 6s to break sales records, we expected 3D Touch to take the mobile world by storm and we expected the reviews to be overwhelmingly positive, but one thing we didn’t expect was a more waterproof device. DON’T MISS: The...Show More Summary

Review – The Beat Daddys – Hoodoo That We Doo

The Beat Daddys – Hoodoo That We Doo (Melrose Hill Records) Formed in 1986, by core members Larry Grisham and Tommy Stillwell who are both featured on this album, their ninth, for the first time on a studio album in 20 years, The Beat Daddys have a fine old school blues sound. On the sleeve they […]

NFL Power Rankings Week 4: 2015 Season Review Before 'Thursday Night Football'

As the NFL season progresses, we continue to see which surprises from the start of the year were flukes and which are for real. Records aren't everything at this point, but the squads that keep losing are running out of time to turnShow More Summary

Music Review: Brutter - Brutter

Brutter Brutter [Hubro; 2015] by Adam Devlin Rating: Brutter is just enough. Brutter is just two brothers, Christian and Fredrik Wallumrod. The record is called Brutter. Doesn’t Brutter have an interesting sound to it? The rhythms on...Show More Summary

'Empire' Season 2 Episode 2 Review: Without A Country

It’s Cookie’s time to shine, and she’s relishing in the irony of her starting her own record company while Lucious is in jail. This week’s episode expands upon the drama in last week’s season premiere, delivering another wildly entertaining episode. Show More Summary

Lenovo LaVie Z HZ550 Laptop Review

The Lenovo LaVie Z HZ550 super light laptop was first unveiled by its manufacturer at CES 2015. At the time, this very light but amazingly powerful notebook broke records for being the lightest device of its kind at just 1.87lbs (or 0.87kg). And aside from being incredibly light, the LaVie Z is one very powerful […] Read More at Lenovo LaVie Z HZ550 Laptop Review

[Review] ‘The Invitation’ is a Masterful Exercise in Unbearable Tension!

It has been a long time since Karyn Kusama has gifted us with a film, six years to be exact. She’s had a spotty track record too. After her breakout film Girlfight in 2000, Kusama faced critical and commercial failure with the 2005 Charlize Theron film Aeon Flux. In 2009, all hope seemed lost with Jennifer’s Body, […]

Zuckerberg Tells Angela Merkel Facebook Is On The Hate Speech Censorship Case

4 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

A brief review of the available record shows that Facebook and Germany have always had something of a contentious relationship. Past examples of this have included Germany trying to influence Facebook's really dumb "real name" policy,...Show More Summary

Album Review: Autre Ne Veut – Age of Transparency

A rare pop record that manages astonishing density without ever feeling crowded.

Amazon tests Uber-like service for deliveries

In order to offer the speedy deliveries Amazon will pay drivers $18- to $25-an hour via its new Amazon Flex program. Drivers have to be at least 21 and pass a criminal background check and motor vehicle records review.

Review: !Come Bien! Eat Right! - José-Luis Orozco

Jos é-Luis Orozco ¡Come Bien! Eat Right! album cover It is easy to think of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings as the record label of Ella Jenkins, Pete Seeger, and many more who joined the label more than a half-century ago. But they've...Show More Summary

Kevin Gordon – Long Gone Time (ALBUM REVIEW)

Kevin Gordon has been around for quite a while, but you may just be hearing his name for the first time. The prolific singer-songwriter has just released what many critics are lauding as his best record yet, Long Gone Time. It is impossible...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton’s incomplete timeline on her personal e-mail account

“We have done everything we could, in response to the State Department asking us to do this review because they asked all the former secretaries. And the reason they asked, Chuck, is they found gaps in the record keeping.” — Former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton, in an interview with Chuck Todd on NBC’s “Meet […]

Review: Martin Harley And Daniel Kimbro – Live At Southern Ground

Martin Harley And Daniel Kimbro – Live At Southern Ground (Del Mundo Records) Martin Harley is one of our finest acoustic guitar players and on “Live At Southern Ground”, recorded in Nashville, he is joined by upright bass player Daniel Kimbro, who has worked with the likes of Jerry Douglas and Larkin Poe – together […]

Is iPhone demand actually lower this year?

With all the pre-release hype, the overwhelming positive reviews and the impressively long lines around the world, Apple seems poised to set yet another sales record with the iPhone 6s, but some analysts aren’t so sure. READ MORE: Sprint...Show More Summary

Who do I have to tweet to get a review round here?

Patricia Hammond, a London-based mezzo from Canada, has put heart and soul into making an authentic recording of songs from both sides in the First World War. But can she get a review? Editors complain that the music does not fall into any recognised genre and refuse to assign it. Absurd but true. What does […]

Music Review: Kurt Vile loosens up as he continues his astounding roll

Kurt Vile’s been carving out his own singular niche since his nascent days recording for Gulcher and Mexican Summer, releasing limited edition LPs such as Constant Hitmaker and God Is Saying To You, while still moonlighting with The War On Drugs when the former LP was released. Show More Summary

Los Lobos – Gates of Gold (ALBUM REVIEW)

One of the great joys of a new Los Lobos album—and there are many—is the sense of anticipation for the unexpected. For the records from this great band from east LA take many forms including the narratives-in-song such as The Town and The City, a (relatively) straightforward collection of originals like This Time and. Show More Summary

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