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Self-Driving Cars To Be Allowed On UK’s Public Roads In 2015

07/30/2014, In some ways it is understandable that some governments are a little apprehensive about self-driving cars. After all humans themselves make errors while driving, should we trust a computer to be behind the wheel? Well for those living in the UK, you might...

Apple Drops Injunction Against Samsung

07/29/2014, Apple and Samsung have been at each other’s throats for the longest time ever, with both sides winning victories, losing some cases, and in general are seeking injunctions for each other’s products. However it seems that despite Apple’s recent huge...

The Pirate Bay Gets A New Mobile Website

07/25/2014, Piracy is a big no-no, but it seems that despite the best attempts by law enforcement agencies, movie studios, record labels, and etc., websites like The Pirate Bay continue to operate. In fact The Pirate Bay has even seen an increase in traffic recently,...

Bose Sues Beats Over Alleged Noise-Cancelling Patents

07/25/2014, There are many headphone companies around, although when it comes to “luxury” headphones, brands like Bose and Beats probably comes to mind. Both companies, in the audiophile world, are typically viewed as companies who price their headphones for more...

President Obama To Sign Bill That Makes Cellphone Unlocking Legal

07/25/2014, Back in 2013, there was a brief period in time in which unlocking your cellphone would be considered an illegal act. This is because a provision in the Digital Millenium Copyright Act had lapsed, although thankfully there are some in the government who...

Politician Wants In-Game Theft To Be Treated Like A Real Crime

07/25/2014, There are some games where in-game items can be worth a fortune and can even run into the tens of thousands of dollars, which is why it is understandable that some gamers are very protective of their gaming accounts, especially when it has taken them...

Sony Agrees To Settle 2011 Data Breach Class Action Lawsuit

07/24/2014, A few years ago back in 2011, Sony’s PSN was hacked. This was a huge deal as many had feared that their credit cards had been compromised. What made it worse was that Sony apparently knew that their defense systems were obsolete but yet did not make any...

YouTube Star Responds To Ultra Records’ Lawsuit

07/23/2014, About a couple of days ago, we reported that YouTube star Michelle Phan was hit by a lawsuit from Ultra Records for alleged copyright infringement. For those unfamiliar with Phan, she’s a famous YouTube star who creates makeup tutorial videos (amongst...

Apple Hit With Class Action Lawsuit Over Alleged Labor Violations

07/22/2014, Apple has faced multiple lawsuits in the past, and we guess this comes with the territory of being one of the larger tech companies in the world. Well it looks like this time Apple is hit with a new lawsuit, and no, it’s not from a disgruntled...

EDM Record Label Sues YouTube Star For Copyright Infringement

07/21/2014, More often than not, we come across a YouTube video that uses a song as its background music. Whether or not the video creator actually got the rights to use the song is unknown, but so far we’ve seen many a YouTube video use songs by other artists with...

Google Will Stop Labeling Games With In-App Purchases As “Free”

07/18/2014, For a while, in-app purchases were the bane of every parents’ life. This is because with the old system, all you’d need to do is enter your iTunes password once, and you could go on a shopping spree, which has resulted in parents receiving credit card...