Beats sues headphone startup CEO for saying he’s a co-founder

Beats isn’t happy that ROAM CEO Steven Lamar is taking credit for co-founding its headphone business and demanding extra royalties — it’s firing back with a lawsuit of its own. The Apple-owned company claims that Lamar “deliberately misrepresented”…

Google+ now lets you lock down posts based on age and location

So, making your Google+ posts available for viewing only to people in your circles isn’t enough. Maybe you routinely post risque stuff you don’t want minors to see, or things you’d rather share only with your countrymen. It doesn’t matter what your…

California limits schools’ social media monitoring

In California, school officials are now required to be more transparent when tracking a student’s online activity. Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill earlier this week requiring parents to be notified when a school is peering at their kids’ online…

Sony reminds us what the PlayStation TV can do ahead of its US launch

If you need a video refresher of just exactly what the PlayStation TV is capable of ahead of its US and Canadian release, Sony has something to take care of that. The video we’ve embedded below reinforces that Sony’s micro console is a device for…

Google triples max bounty for Chrome bugs to make the browser safer for users

Google has long been rewarding anyone who can dig up Chrome browser bugs with a nice amount of cash, but the longer the reward program runs, the harder it is to find vulnerabilities. Thus, Mountain View’s upping the max reward a dedicated bounty…

Comcast’s cloud DVR starts serving up recordings you can watch anywhere

In the midst of attempting to gobble up its largest counterpart, battle Netflix on net neutrality and face down customer service scandals, Comcast is still slowly extending its new TV platform. The latest addition to its X1 setup is enhancing the…

Paranoid? You can destroy this SSD simply by texting it

In the age of Snowden and the NSA, no method of data protection is apparently too kooky for consideration. Exhibit ‘A’ is a new SSD drive from a company called SecureDrives (after the break). It has features like you’d expect like 256-bit hardware…

Microsoft’s Sway lets you share ideas on the web without any design skills

Sharing ideas on the web is tricky. You probably want something more persuasive than a social network update, but it’s usually overkill to design a whole web page just to get your point across. Microsoft may have reached a happy balance between the…

Trading addictions: the inside story of the e-cig modding scene

There is a rapidly growing subculture of e-cigarette users across the globe who spend countless hours tricking out their hardware. Vape modding, as it’s known, blends technical craftsmanship, engineering creativity and artistry into one — and…

JibJab is back with a personalized GIF maker

Wise to the fact that even your mom is over animated e-cards, a denizen of an internet past is trying to reinvent itself. JibJab — which rose to fame a a purveyor of political satire and “Starring You” video gift cards — is today launching JibJab…


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