Major reforms of intellectual property have come into force this week, and consumers are now allowed to make copies of artistic content they have bought for personal use.
Apple is reportedly in discussions with major record labels to create a new pricing structure that would allow it to sell music streaming for less than its current $10 (£6.20) level.
The data MIT gathers from a variety of media platforms will be used to reveal interaction patterns and shared interests between users, while it develops new collaborative tools and mobile apps.
Facebook is planning routes into healthcare according to Reuters' sources, which could spark a health arms race between tech giants, as Apple launched their health app alongside iOS8 last month.
MacRumours claimed to have received word that Apple is planning to release a new Mac mini update, and will possibly launch it next month alongside new iPad models and OS X Yosemite.
The latest move from tech companies, follows increased public concerns about US and UK government surveillance, brought about by the leak of transatlantic government surveillance practises.
Whilst the company still encourages users to sign up for Google+ it now has a "No thanks" button when offering the service during the sign up procedure for its products.
The company will enable Apple Pay to work with mobile applications alongside its bigger competitors. Global e-commerce spending via mobile technology expected to reach $720 billion in 2017.
Unhappy forced customers of the new U2 album can have it digitally removed after Apple launched a tool to delete it from personal iTunes libraries yesterday.
Iconic X-wing fighters from the Star Wars film franchise could become a thing of reality, with the US defence department working on a laser weapon for military aircraft.
This means passengers with a contactless bank card can ditch the Oyster Card system. Transport for London will accept all UK-issued contactless cards.
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Robo Brain began to process information from the Internet last month, and researches behind the project say it is currently working its way through a billion images and much more.
Two thirds of Giant Group's contractors expect rates to rise, with many also expecting more job opportunities in the financial services sector.
The Chinese company was the third largest smartphone manufacturer in the world in the second quarter of 2014, according to research firm IDC, with a 6.9 per cent share in the market.
A sober analysis of the ruling shows that it does in fact not elevate the right to be forgotten to a "super right" trumping other fundamental rights, said an EU justice commissioner.
RootMetrics said all networks showed comparable signs of improvement this year, but Vodafone has come last again, topped by its fiercest rivals.
The Press Association made a freedom of information request, which found officers had tried to befriend crime victims on Facebook and made racist comments online.
The update includes the feature, Yo Link, which allows users to send their subscribers a link from their clipboard.
The new tech team is called the US Digital Service (USDS), and its aim is to make sure that US government agencies have good IT practices.
Facebook has purchased PrivateCore for an undisclosed sum, to help protect the data of its users. PrivateCore is a cyber-security company that authenticates and secures server data.
The pictures were leaked by WP Central, who said the phone is aimed at the growing selfie market with its alleged 5MP front facing camera and 4.7in display.
The game was created in just 24 hours, and follows another Twitch stream earlier this year, which invited multiple users to partake in a single Pokémon game.
Apple could be working on a desktop version of Siri, after the company filed a patent application for an "Intelligent digital assistant in a desktop environment."
The service, which allows users to send gift cards from businesses like Starbucks and iTunes to each other, will be removed on 12 August, and staff have already been reassigned to other projects.