Pandora to let artists send audio messages to fans

Hey, Pandora users, your favorite artists are about to start posting audio messages for your listening pleasure, filling you in on the latest news regarding upcoming tours and new releases, or simply to say "hi."

Street View highlights Greenland’s natural beauty and ancient ruins

Greenland's just been given the Street View treatment. New panoramic imagery posted Wednesday shows off some of the island's natural scenery and ancient sites, offering armchair travelers easy access to the remote region.
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Prank callers scour through Comcast’s Twitter feed to find victims

Some Comcast customers found themselves on the side of insults and crude remarks as fake customer service representatives called them shortly after their complaints were sent to the @comcastcares Twitter feed.

Amazon expands its one-hour delivery service (a little bit)

Amazon has expanded its one-hour Prime Now delivery service from a single Manhattan zip code to the entire borough. The speedy service launched last year, further blurring the line between web-based and brick-and-mortar retailers.

Hard drives beware, the NSA is coming for you

The NSA is at it again with a highly secretive program that was designed and implemented to crack into hard drives from some of the most popular manufacturers, including Seagate, Western Digital, and Toshiba.

Windows users can now access Apple’s iWorks for free

Apple have made their iWorks suite available as part of their iCloud service, meaning that even Windows users can access web-based versions of Pages, Numbers and Keynote.
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FAA’s proposed drone rules put Amazon’s Prime Air plans in jeopardy

Amazon's hope of one day using drones to deliver goods to customers in the U.S. received a setback Sunday when the Federal Aviation Administration released proposals for the commercial operation of the unmanned aircraft systems.

Hackers steal up to $1 billion in huge online bank heist

A highly sophisticated malware attack targeting multiple banks in as many as 30 countries has reportedly netted a gang of cybercriminals as much as $1 billion since 2013.

Get more from your Chromebook with these great productivity web-based apps

If you're really trying to get the most out of your budget-friendly laptop, we've compiled a list of the best Web-based apps designed to extend your Chromebook's functionality and keep you working as long as your battery does.

Is the Internet destroying your attention span? We asked an expert

According to the experts our attention spans are shrinking. Has the bite-sized nature of social media and online content had an impact on our ability to focus? Is the Internet changing the way we think?

Broken heart? These apps will help you erase and block your ex from your digital life

Break-ups have happened to the best of us - and so has the ensuing torture of seeing the ex all over our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. If the lure of texting or calling them has become too much, and one more status update from…

Jeb Bush’s radically transparent email dump leaves private info radically exposed

In an effort to promote transparency, and his upcoming book, Jeb Bush published hundreds of thousands of constituent emails, some of which included personal information.