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Jay-Z still struggling to make Tidal into streaming music giant
Jay-Z's effort to make Tidal a streaming music giant has greatly struggled.
Streaming music is the present and future, not the death of music
Streaming music is the future, and not the final nail in the coffin for record labels.
Researchers: Identifying Tor users isn't as hard as many think
Another confirmation that Tor isn't as secure as we'd like.
Another gaming company backs female-only tournaments
CEVO backs female-only gaming announcing it will host the ESWC female-only CS:GO qualifiers.
Why eSports is every bit as worthy as traditional sports
Gamers are making serious coin, practising for 10 hours a day, and are celebrities in their own right. That makes eSports as worthy as regular sports.
Pink Floyd speaks out against streaming music, angry at tech firms
Don't count Pink Floyd as fans of streaming music!
New Need for Speed reboot will require Internet connection
Want to play Need For Speed? It will require Internet connection.
More Performance, Features, and Value: New AMD A-Series Desktop Processors Deliver Best-In-Class Experience for eSports and Online Gaming
Don't worry, mobile isn't killing desktop Internet after all
Even with growing concern mobile is taking over, mobile isn't killing desktop just yet.
Report: 3.2 billion people used the Internet so far in 2015
There are more than 3.2 billion Internet users, with more than 2 billion in developing nations.
3D-Printed lock cracker takes only 30 seconds to get it done
This nifty little 3D-Printed gadget can crack a combination lock in only 30 seconds.
The hunt for ISIS, other terrorists using Dark Web effectively
Pentagon trying to track down terrorists using the Dark Web.
Report: Spotify sets its sights on streaming video service
Popular online streaming music service Spotify reportedly interested in expanding into online video.
TONY HAWK'S PRO SKATER 5 COMING TO CONSOLES
Activision Blizzard appreciating digital video game delivery
Activision understands that gamers want to purchase titles and download them immediately, as transition from physical copies continues.
Mayweather-Pacquiao proves popular on Meerkat, Periscope
The boxing superfight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao proved popular among Periscope and Meerkat users.
Bitcoin fighting to gain widespread support, while challenges remain
Trying to convince consumers and businesses to support bitcoins isn't easy.
Eve opens up donations of in-game currency towards Nepal aid
EVE Online opens up PLEX for GOOD campaign - allowing gamers to donate to Nepal victims through in-game means.
PLEX for GOOD - Nepal Earthquake Relief
Mayweather vs. Pacquiao offers piracy websites lucrative night
Mayweather vs. Pacquiao could be a great time for Internet piracy websites.
Jay Z plans to perform rare songs in an effort to promote Tidal
Want to win tickets to a Jay Z concert in which he will perform rare songs? Just submit your Tidal playlist for a chance to win.
Microsoft looking for people to test Edge (Project Spartan) browser
Microsoft wants people to test Edge (Project Spartan)... interested?
EVOLVED SHOOT 'EM UP PROJECT ROOT ACTIVATED, LAUNCHING TODAY FOR PLAYSTATION4, PLAYSTATION VITA, AND XBOX ONE
ESL and ESEA team up to create a $1,000,000 CS:GO league
ESL and ESEA team up to throw an incredible $1,000,000 at two CS:GO tournaments in 2015.
Unikrn Announces Global Partnership With Tabcorp To Create New Platform for Worldwide eSports
Today the Mosaic Release has come to EVE Online!
Jay-Z says his Tidal streaming music service is 'just fine'
Jay-Z takes to social media to defend Tidal.
Wrestling is coming to the PC - WWE 2K15
WWE is finally coming to the PC through Steam with a 10% discount, free DLC and more.
Microsoft Bing search engine now has more than 20% market share in US
The Microsoft Bing search engine has 20 percent US market share.
Netflix adds 4.88M subscribers in Q1, surpassing its own expectations
Netflix added 4.8 million customers during Q1.
Social media creates new opportunities to cyberbully one another
Using social media has given middle and high school students a great new ability to connect - and cyberbully one another.
DDoS attacks once again ruin an online CS:GO tournament match
Another great CS:GO match has yet again been ruined by childish DDoS attacks.
Jay Z's Tidal online streaming music service has tough rivals
The Tidal music service has drawn some interest, but joins an extremely crowded market.
ESL brags 8.78 million unique viewers on Twitch.TV over Katowice event
ESL brag a viewership milestone - seeing 8.78 million unique viewers and a peak of over 1 million concurent watching their Katowice CS:GO tournament.
HBO, Showtime trying to get special streaming deal from ISPs
HBO and Showtime are working with ISPs and the government to see if they can get custom deal.
Survey: Americans enjoy using Wi-Fi even while camping
Many campers want free Wi-Fi before they enjoy... the great outdoors.
Report: Apple will launch Web TV service before end of 2015
New report says Apple will launch a streaming TV service by the end of the year.
Copenhagen Games 2015 announces official Blizzard StarCraft 2 support
The Copenhagen Games 2015 is now an official Starcraft II WCS Global Event, with $10,000 in cash prizes.
Miss the memo? Cards Against Humanity now has a free browser edition!
Cards Against Humanity can be now played online against your friends through the use of seperate devices - multiplayer card gaming!
Wikimedia Foundation suing NSA to protect millions of Wikipedia users
Wikimedia Foundation takes NSA to court regarding widespread surveillance activities.
Underappreciated gaming accessories and over-hyped marketing terms
Some gaming accessories go underappreciated alongside marketing making you might think that some features are needed, when realistically, they aren't used.
Google ramp up Play Music support
Google Play Music continues improvements in order to drag you away from your current service.
Like the Super Bowl, but only cooler - Dota 2 gaming at the pub
Video games are seeing hundreds of screaming fans flock to their favourite pubs or bars to watch the best hit it out in competitions - we're not joking.
Zuckerberg says he'd like to work with Google on Internet.org project
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he'd like to work with Google on the Internet.org project.