Dotcom Launching Mega, Secure Son Of Megaupload

Kim Dotcom has announced that he will launch "Mega," a secure, encrypted file-sharing site being billed as follow-up to his wildly popular website, which was shut down last year by United States authorities who charged him and several other Megaupload leaders with criminal copyright infringement.

Music Industry Tries To Stop Pirate Bay In Ireland

Copyright enforcers in Ireland are trying to convince the country’s Internet service providers to block access to The Pirate Bay, a move that would likely be met with significant skepticism in the United States.

Apple Vs Samsung Lawsuit Likely To Include Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Too

Apple's second patent lawsuit against Samsung targets eight devices including the Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note and Galaxy S2, and a host of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab range. Reports streaming in indicate that the iPhone maker is now keen to add Google’s Jelly Bean 4.1 Android build as well.


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Apple Mulls Hybrid Headphones For Active Users

A patent application filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Thursday indicates that Apple is working on a unique set of headphones that can withstand the rigors of athletic activity eliminating the need for cords, AppleInsider has reported.