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“Apple scrambles iTunes tracks of artists exclusively launching on Jay-Z’s Tidal streaming service”

Apple deliberately delayed updates of the iOS app of the new music streaming service Tidal, to crush the service in preparation on the launch of its own music streaming service Beats Music, according to the New York Post.

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Microsoft’s PlayReady 3.0 DRM only displays 4K content on new PCs

Microsoft is working on version 3.0 of its PlayReady DRM technology. This technology should make it possible to playback protected 4K content but only works on hardware that supports the PlayReady 3.0 DRM technology.

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DVDFab releases PC Backup software

DVDFab, best known from their movie backup software, has added a PC Backup application to their product line. The software can also be used to clone a disk to e.g. migrate to a SSD.

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Blu-ray Disc Association: DVD-Ranger replaces audio stream to remove Cinavia (updated)

Documents leaked in the Sony hack reveal that the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) believes that DVD-Ranger's Cinavia removal tool CinEx HD "replaces marked audio streams with unmarked streams".

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Microsoft releases 34 optional updates for Windows

Microsoft has released 34 optional updates for Windows, most of them for Windows 8.1.

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Microsoft protects Windows 10 with Device Guard

Microsoft has announced a new security measure for Windows 10 that should protect computers and laptops against malware.

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Japanese company improves audio CD quality with new UHQCD technology

The Japanese company Memory-Tech has announced a new CD that should improve sound quality.

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DVD-Ranger claims Slysoft has stolen Cinavia removal technology (updated)

DVD-Ranger, the developers behind Cinavia removal software CinEx HD, have posted a blog insinuating Slysoft is using their Cinavia removal technology in the latest version of CloneBD and AnyDVD.

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“Apple to use OLED displays on upcoming iPads”

Apple plans to release iPads with OLED displays, according to the South Korean website ETNews. The iPads with OLED displays should become available in 2017.

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Samsung ‘s new affordable SM951-NVMe SSD is 4x faster than your current SSD

Samsung announced today that it has started mass production their NVMe PCIe solid state drive (SSD) that comes in a M.2 form factor, the SM951-NVMe.

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WhatsApp releases new Material Design based Android app – here’s how to get it

WhatsApp has released an update to its Android app with a new design.

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Grooveshark possibly has to pay $150,000 per song for copyright violations

Music streaming service Grooveshark possibly has to pay 736 million dollar in damages to the American music industry after a judge ruled the company violated copyright on 5,000 songs "willful" and "in bad faith".

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Samsung 840 EVO SSD performance fix released – Samsung limits downloads

A firmware update for Samsung 840 EVO SSDs that should finally resolve performance issues with the drives is slowly released to users.

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iPhone survives 5000 foot fall from an airplane

An iPhone pretty much survived a drop of 1500 meters (5000 foot) when a pilot of a light aircraft accidently dropped the phone.

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Leaked AACS-LA email: No publicity on DVDFab lawsuit

The Sony documents published by Wikileaks reveal that the AACS-LA didn't want to seek publicity on their victory in the DVDFab case.

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Version 8.0 of free burning software BurnAware released

BurnAware have released version 8.0 of their CD, DVD and Blu-ray burn software.

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Mozilla releases emergency patch for Firefox due Google Maps issues

Mozilla has released an emergency patch for Firefox because of an issue that causes Google Maps to render incorrectly.

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Sony hack reveals AACS 2.0 Ultra HD Blu-ray copy protection details

Internal Sony documents revealed by Wikileaks show that the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) is working on a new version of the Blu-ray copy protection Advance Access Content System (AACS) that requires an internet connection on first playback.

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Apple appears to be using own NVMe controller chip in new Macbook

Apple's new MacBook appears to contain a PCI-e SSD that supports NVM express. Apple has also used a custom controller to control the Toshiba MLC NAND memory on the small sized SSD.

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Facebook down and Instagram too – suffer from worldwide outage (updated)

Facebook is suffering from an outage, the website has been down for more than an hour already for users worldwide. Some users report they can't login anymore. Also Instagram appears to be unreachable.

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Europe proposes one week of free roaming – 5 minutes per call

President of the EU, Latvia, has drafted an amendment to put an end to the deadlock between Member States and the European Parliament on the abolition of roaming charges.

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“Microsoft to announce Surface Pro 4 this month”

Microsoft will announce the Surface Pro 4 during the BUILD conference held at the end of this month, according to sources of the Taiwanese website Digitimes.

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Russian government warns torrent sites for new anti-piracy laws

The Russian government has warned torrent site owners about an additional anti-piracy law that will take effect the 1st of May this year.

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TomTom cooperates with Mozilla on navigation on Firefox OS

Navigation software developer TomTom is cooperating with Mozilla and telecom provider Telefónica on making maps available for users with a Firefox OS smartphone.

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Leaked documents shows AACS-LA wants to shutdown Slysoft

An internal Sony document published by Wikileaks reveals the AACS-LA wants to shut down Slysoft.

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DVD-Ranger publishes old Cinavia removal solutions to proof technology is stolen

DVD-Ranger continues its fight in trying to convince users their technology has been stolen.

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Windows XP users get banned from iTunes

Windows XP users are no longer able to login to their iTunes account and in some cases can't access previously purchased movies and TV shows.

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Youtube no longer supported on Smart TVs from before 2012 and older Apple devices

Because YouTube pulls the plug on its old API, the video site doesn't work anymore on many Smart TVs from before 2012, Apple TVs from before 2010 and iOS devices running on iOS 6 or earlier versions.

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Mozilla working on Firefox for iOS using Webkit Engine

Mozilla is currently finalizing Firefox for iOS, this can be made up from its Github repository.

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Users complain about bricked Lumnia phones when going back from Windows 10 to Windows Phone 8.1

Users of the Lumnia 520 and 525 report that they smartphone is bricked after they return to Windows Phone 8.1 from Windows 10 Technical Preview.

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Samsung 840 EVO SSD performance issues resolved with new firmware update

Samsung will release a new firmware later this month that should solve the persisting performance issues of the 840 EVO SSDs.

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Mozilla wants to drop HTTP support in Firefox, eventually

A Mozilla security engineer, Richard Barnes, has proposed to slowly phase out support for unencrypted HTTP traffic.

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Sharp announces 4K smartphone display for 5.5″ smartphones

Sharp has announced a 4K display for smartphones. The screen with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels has a diagonal of slightly less than 5.5".

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