Samsung launching high-end headphones

Smartphone giant Samsung is set to fuel rivalry with Apple-led Beats, as it launches its first set of high-end headphones into the US market.

French blogger fined for posting negative restaurant review

While the owner said the review's ranking was unfairly hurting his business, Ms Doudet called the decision "a crime to be popular".

FCC net neutrality debate receives over one million comments

As the debate over an open Internet gathers pace, the issue looks set to break a number of online records, with it already being the most digitally commented on subject in FCC history.

American Bar Association discouraging file sharing lawsuits

Piracy laws are radically changing, as the American Bar Association discourages its lawyers from starting online copyright lawsuits due to potential public relation problems.

Is your phone ruining your sex life?

According to a survey of 1,500 UK couples between the ages of 18 and 30 the answer may be a qualified yes.

Greenpeace hearts Apple because solar farms

Greenpeace has officially released a statement in support of Apple for making iCloud greener and bemoaning Amazon for the opposite.

UK Netflix users can get paid to watch

Netflix is recruiting taggers in the UK and Ireland to improve on its recommendation algorithm.

Dutch team flown to space if it wins World Cup

XCOR Aerospace is promising the Netherlands free individual space flights, normally worth $95,000 each, if they manage to triumph in the World Cup final this Sunday.

Anti-piracy hackers turn anti-piracty site into Pirate Bay proxy

Argentinian music anti-piracy campaigner has been transformed it into a proxy of the very thing it hates.

The 2014 FIFA World Cup uses more data than 171 Super Bowls

The Brazilian firm responsible for Wi-Fi connections inside stadiums says that the 32TB of data already transmitted makes this sporting event the most connected ever.

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