Daft Punk is playing in a lot of people's homes, it appears. Spotify announced that the band's new album, Random Access Memories, has already become the most-streamed new album in the service's five year history.
Internet collective Anonymous has, again, gotten involved in attempting to right a social wrong with the release of a statement about the ongoing prosecution by Indian River County authorities of a Florida teen for having a younger girlfriend.
If you've enjoyed original series on Netflix, including this weekend's Arrested Development: Good news. The company's CEO says there might be twice as much content on the way for next year.
Discovery Communications has launched a major new push towards original online video content with TestTube, a video network of science-related programming with fifteen series available online and media streaming devices.
When the going gets weird, the weird turn professional: Amazon has taken fan fiction to a legitimate, for-profit endeavor with a new program called Kindle Worlds, launched Wednesday.
If you accidentally hit a cyclist with your car, do you (A) stop and see if they're okay, (B) drive off at high speed or (C) immediately boast about it on Twitter? One British driver chose the last option, and it didn't work out so well.
Imagine getting on a plane and hearing an announcement that your pilot for the flight was going to be absent. A successful test flight for a drone system of passenger planes suggests that we may one day have pilotless planes.
Following the successful "Lizzie Bennet Diaries," that webseries' creators are at it again with a new series based on a Jane Austen creation - But this time, viewers will be invited to do what Austen couldn't: Finish the story.
Authorities ask Apple to decrypt their devices for ongoing investigations so often that the company has had to create a waiting list for police, federal agencies, and other ongoing investigations, according to newly available documents.
YouTube has launched its long-awaited paid subscription model, with more than 50 channels offering premium content for anywhere between 99 cents and eight dollars a month. But will even Sesame Street make you sign up?
In the age of digital downloading and streaming media, the DVD format may not be as dead as you might think - Although its purpose may end up changing entirely in order to survive. Can you imagine if a DVD could test for disease?
A new app built by researchers at the University of California in Santa Cruz could be a breakthrough for vision-impaired photographers - It'll literally talk them through the process.
Documents uncovered from the FBI and U.S. Attorneys Office's claim that authorities do not need a warrant to read your private emails if they've been unopened for six months or more.