Apple's decision not to pay artists royalties during the three-month trial period offered to all Apple Music users is "shocking" and "disappointing" in the words of Taylor Swift, via her Tumblr.
Whereas it had previously deferred to local and federal laws on gun possession, Uber has now banned all types of firearms from its cars — though the decision isn't related to the Charleston shooting.
From now on the reviews and star ratings you see next to products on Amazon should be more useful and relevant, as the company is adding more weight to newer reviews and ones upvoted by users.
DuckDuckGo is reporting a sharp rise in visitor numbers as online users decide to turn their back on Google's user-tracking model — and the potential for third-party tracking that goes with it.
Don't feel guilty about clicking through a list of cat videos when you need to take a break — a new study published in journal Computers in Human Behavior says it has positive effects on mood.
If you're planning to use voice control to access Cortana on the upcoming Xbox One Dashboard update, then you're going to need a Kinect too, according to Microsoft's promotional material.
The CGI dinosaurs might be big, but the ticket sales are even bigger. Jurassic World has pulled in more money this weekend than any previous movie, and that's just one of the records it's broken.
After seven months in a state of deep electronic sleep, the Philae Lander has reconnected with its operators. It's amazing news for the European Space Agency, which feared it was lost forever.
Sounds like the Edward Snowden affair still has a long way to go — the Sunday Times reports that MI6 agents have been pulled out of Russia and China after sensitive data was exposed.
Check out NASA's first 4K clip on YouTube — assuming you have the hardware to handle it — which the agency promises is the first of many UHD videos it's going to be showcasing in the future.
Wikipedia and its associated sites are going encrypted — that makes it much harder for anyone to spy on your browsing patterns or limit which pages you can and can't see on the site.
A job role being advertised for Google suggests that version 2.0 of Glass isn't far away — the position requires experience of consumer product launches as well as quality and reliability testing.
Before heading out with your drone, you might want to review the FAA's regulations on their use — particularly the section about operating them close to airports and avoiding other aircraft.