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Fall Out Boy – Save Rock And Roll

Fall Out Boy decided to take an “indefinite hiatus” in 2009. One member admitted to feeling as though he was the ongoing target of rotten vegetables. Patrick Stump (vocalist) said, “At no other point in my professional career was...

Check out: The Title Track from M83’s score of Oblivion, featuring Susanne Sundfør

M83's Anthony Gonzalez provided the score for this summer's Tom Cruise sci-fi film; Oblivion. He's already shared the track "StarWaves" but now, here's the track "Oblivion", which features the lovely Norwegian singer Susanne Sundfør. According to Rolling Stone, Gonzalez collaborated...

Analog Rebellion – Full Frontal: With Bells and Whistles Galore

With the latest move from Analog Rebellion aka Daniel Hunter, a magical musician, comes the album: Full Frontal; a magnificent masterpiece. Daniel Hunter first began posting electronic and mashup music to myspace under the name PlayRadioPlay! during his senior year...

James Blake – Overgrown: A Hipster’s Chill Paradise.

There's a simple album that grew from nothing to overwhelm me, from the moment I heard it and I'd like to pass it on to you: James Blake's latest album OVERGROWN which comes out April this year. Perhaps you're aware...

How To Destroy Angels – Welcome Oblivion: A Dark Review

You're perhaps aware of Trent Reznor's side project: How To Destroy Angels. It was announced back in 2010, with a single picture and the rumor of Trent Reznor being involved to encapsulate an growing hype and excitement. And here...
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Lessons from Microsoft’s 250 million data record exposure

Microsoft has one of the best security teams and capabilities of any organization in the technology industry, yet it accidentally exposed 250 million customer records in December 2019. The data was accessible to anyone with a browser, who knew the server location, for about a month in total before an external researcher detected the problem.…

Google and Apple Clash Over Web Browser Privacy

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Apple Likely to Drop Adobe Flash Support in Next Version of Safari

As noted in our coverage yesterday of the latest Safari Technology Preview 99, Apple has removed all support for Adobe Flash. Safari Technology Preview is basically a beta of the next version of Safari proper, all but confirming that Apple is officially ditching support for Flash in the next version of its native Mac browser.…

Federal court overturns $10 million Wii Remote patent judgement against Nintendo

In context: We all know court cases can take a while to resolve, but some last considerably longer than others. Indeed, gaming giant Nintendo has been fighting one legal battle that began way back in 2013. Now, almost seven years later, that fight has come to an end. Nintendo today announced that a Dallas federal…