TuneIn is doing for radio what Spotify did for music, and we love it

The TuneIn app has reinvented itself as a social network for radio listeners, in an effort to compete with streaming music apps such as Spotify. The latest version makes finding new content easier, and adds the option to share your finds…

Net Neutrality finds new champion in Al Franken

Democratic Senator Al Franken, who is running for re-election in Minnesota, has come out as one of the leading voices condemning the FCC’s proposed rules that would allow Internet “fast lanes” for big corporations.

Apple supplier makes first delivery of fingerprint sensors for iPhone 6

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has reportedly started the delivery of fingerprint sensors for the upcoming iPhone 6, iPad Air 2 and the third generation iPad mini.

What happens when Facebook knows every step you take, every Move you make?

Moves changed its privacy policy to now indicate it will share its data with Facebook. While Facebook says it needs the data to provide back-end support, we still can't help but think about the possibilities of such a move.

Open Pandora Radio’s box with these 9 tips

Believe it or not, Pandora's Internet radio service revolutionized the way people listen to music well before Spotify and Beats Audio came into the picture. Check out our simple list of the best tips and tricks for getting the most out of…

After only 11 days, ‘Moves’ abandons promise, starts sharing all data with Facebook

After originally stating that it would not commingle data with Facebook, Moves updated its privacy policy to now reflect its sharing of information with its affiliates, which include Facebook.

Google Maps for iOS and Android adds Uber integration, lane guidance, and more

Today's mega update to Google Maps for iOS and Android brings with it Uber integration, lane guidance, and improved offline support, among several other features.
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Apple-Samsung jury recalculates damages award after error, but amount stays at $119.5m

The latest Apple-Samsung patent trial wrapped up in San Jose, California on Monday after the jury corrected an error in its damages award. However, Samsung must still pay Apple the same amount: $119.5 million.

Cyclist arrested for recording an officer during a red light stop

A NYC cyclist was pulled over by an undercover police officer in late March for running a red light. Unfortunately, recording the officer as he approached got the cyclist unlawfully arrested.

6 vigilantes who used Find My iPhone to confront phone thieves

Find My iPhone has given people the power to reclaim their lost iPhones and help authorities get them back, though it has also emboldened them to confront their would-be thieves face-to-face. Here are 7 times when people did just that.

Apple EarPods could include heart rate sensor and iBeacon (Update: It was a hoax)

According to an anonymous leaker, Apple will update the EarPods to include heart rate and blood pressure sensors, as well as iBeacon technology. The new earbuds will reportedly debut when iOS 8 drops.

Mid-2014 MacBook Air hard drives run slower than last year’s models, benchmarks show

According to some new benchmark results, the hard drives in the new MacBook Air are slower than the disks in the 2013 versions of Apple's super-light notebook. You can learn more here.