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Survey: Half of American adults admit to binge-watching TV content
Do you binge watch TV? Half of American adults do.
Twitter co-founder 'doesn't give a s**t' about Instagram numbers
Instagram might have more than 300 million members, but don't count Twitter impressed.
NASA's OPALS system provides broadband Internet in space
The NASA's OPAL project shows great promise, as laser-based communications could replace traditional radio-based transmissions.
Microsoft says the Xbox One outsold the PS4 in US and UK last month
Xbox One finally kicks the PlayStation 4 off the throne in months sales accross the U.S. and U.K. in November.
Razer announces its new high-quality Seirēn digital microphone
Razer's CEO announced a new studio-quality microphone from Razer, built for streamers and YouTube personalities among others.
Barracuda employs storage expert Ken Grohe from Virident/HGST
Ken Grohe is claimed as a storage expert and start-up business genius, Barracuda hires him in the hopes of massive growth.
Piracy fight in Australia will put pressure on ISPs and schools
The Australian government and copyright holders want to better crack down on piracy.
Lawmaker wonders why US government sink the Pirate Bay
Sen. Sheldnon Whitehouse (D-RI) wonders why the US government didn't move swiftly to sink The Pirate Bay.
Take-Two exec says hacking is a "reality of life" for companies
Take-Two Interactive executive says hacking is a "reality of life"
Tablet ownership fastest growing connected device, NPD Group says
The tablet market is booming and the mobile product leads all connected devices, according to NPD.
The Samsung Gear VR headset is now available for $200
Samsung release their Gear VR to the public - is it worth the purchase of a Note 4?
Aussie companies Foxtel and Channel Seven are fighting Netflix
Netflix is coming down under, local companies scramble to offer competing services.
EB Games Mad Monday sales with a mixed response - what's the issue?
Aussie electornic retailer EB Games release their Mad Monday sales. How mad are they exactly and what's the public response?
British politician wants ISPs to take responsibility and fight piracy
A British lawmaker wants ISPs to step up and fight Internet piracy, after Sony was breached last week by foreign hackers.
Kmart Australia is another Aussie retailer to drop GTA 5
Kmart Australia join the Kangaroo-isle retailers fight in removing GTA V from brick-and-mortar shopfronts.
Success for some as GTA 5 has been taken off Target retailer shelves
GTA V has been pulled from Target shelves as a Change.org petition peaks the interest of their management.
Unreleased Sony films hit Internet after cyberattack last week
Several high-profile movies from Sony Picture Entertainment have leaked online after the crippling cyberattack last week.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings predicts broadcast TV's death by 2030
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings believe online streaming video will help kill broadcast TV by 2030.
States are unsure how to handle possible bitcoin oversight
Trying to create bitcoin legislation is proving to be confusing, with states seeing different levels of regulation, oversight needed.
Europol launches raid on cybercriminals purchasing airline tickets
Europol has arrested 118 people suspected of using stolen payment information to purchase airline tickets.
Mobile shopping forces businesses to adapt to changing times
The adoption of smartphones and tablets, which has heavily saturated developed market, has forced businesses to adapt.
Kaspersky Lab: Consumers reckless when making online transactions
Online shoppers are learning about threats, but still tend to be reckless.
More than 3 billion people now browsing the Internet across the world
More than 3 billion people have access to the Internet across the world.
San Francisco startup Doorman delivers packages, fighting theft
The Doorman service in San Francisco helps deliver packages in a timely manner, helping prevent theft and increasing convenience.
AU retailer Kogan unveils $329 AUD Windows 8.1-based laptop
Kogan offers up a cheap Pentium-powered laptop offering.
Senator wants Visa, Mastercard to 'recommit' efforts to fight piracy
In the ongoing fight against Internet piracy, looks like Senator Patrick Leahy wants Visa and Mastercard to do their part.
Survey: Most users believe Internet access is a basic human right
Recent survey finds 83 percent of Internet users believe affordable Internet access should be a basic human right.
ESPN expanding plans for streaming online video service in 2015
ESPN will begin testing online video service by airing the Cricket World Cup starting in February 2015.
T-Mobile streaming music support added for Google Play Music, others
T-Mobile continues to expand its Music Freedom offering, expanding support for additional online music subscribers.
Employees using work-issued tech for social media, online shopping
Workers are using company-owned laptops outside of work, potentially compromising them, and then bringing them back to the office.
SCEA's Shawn Layden says harassment is 'completely unacceptable'
Online gaming harassment is "completely unacceptable," SCEA President Shawn Layden recently said.
FBI says online ad fraud costs consumers millions of dollars
Internet scams are costing US consumers millions of dollars, the FBI warns.
GCHQ chief says digital privacy is not an 'absolute right' for users
Don't expect the GCHQ to change its course on snooping and surveillance, with new chief saying privacy was never an "absolute right" for users.
Xiaomi ready to invest $1 billion to expand its Internet TV service
Xiaomi will invest $1 billion to help its video content delivery services.
Taylor Swift decides to pull her music catalog from Spotify
Taylor Swift pulled her music from Spotify, despite millions of users listening to her music.
Online HBO service could cost whopping $18 per month, analysts predict
HBO's online video service could cost $18 per month, according to some analysts, while HBO itself remains quiet about rumors and speculation.
Apple pulls Bose headphones, audio products from its online store
Apple follows through and has removed Bose products from its online store, and retail stores are likely next.
L.A. County Sheriff's report link between terrorism and piracy
Is there a link between online piracy and terrorism, street gangs and drug dealers? According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, YES!
Bitcoin shows longevity potential as retailers embrace cryptocurrency
Bitcoin continues to prove its potential longevity, with more e-tailers embracing the digital cryptocurrency.
The fight to keep consumers safe online is important and difficult
Consumers need to be more aware of online threats, with criminals largely able to compromise victims, stealing their personal data and causing mayhem.
Report finds online vs offline media consumption is split nearly 50-50
An annual report has revealed a generational schism in the way people consume the news.
MPAA wants to invest $20,000 for 'unbiased' piracy research reports
The MPAA is willing to spend up to $20,000 for an.
Adobe benchmarks show 246% increase in online TV consumption
Adobe shows that iOS devices are the most common point for watching online TV during Q1 2014 beating out web browsers.
Piracy websites finding lucrative market for advertisers
Internet pirates are raking in big money by collecting advertising revenue - and it's a difficult effort to try and stifle.
McAfee: Online gambling provides method to commit money laundering
Online gambling websites give criminals the chance to commit money laundering in an effective fashion, as police authorities are slow to respond.
Netflix plans to bump streaming subscription prices for new members
Netflix will raise prices on its streaming video service, which is currently set at $7.99 per month, providing faster service and more content.
Amazon Lockers now accept returns making it easier to send stuff back
Amazon Lockers are now a pick up and drop off location for packages you want to send back. Returns work much like pickups at the Lockers locations.
AcademicTorrents makes it easier for students, researchers share info
UMass Boston students create an online research data sharing torrent service... for academics, by academics.
The Internet is an 'essential' part of life, rules German court
German court rules that the Internet is an 'essential' part of everyday life.
Free-to-play Age of Empires Online ends development, goes into support phase
Microsoft ends development of free-to-play Age of Empires Online.