Kanye album ‘pirated 500,000 times’

By BBC Kanye West's latest album has already been illegally downloaded more than half a million times, estimates Torrent Freak. The artist released The Life of Pablo on Jay-Z's music streaming service Tidal two days ago. Thousands...

Twitter loses customers as shares plummet

By Beth Nyaga It's hard for the small core of Twitter addicts to accept, but Twitter just isn't popular enough to be successful. In fact, Twitter is losing customers. The social media company reported Wednesday that it...

Google drops Picasa photo editor

By Beth Nyaga Picasa photo editor will no longer be supported by Google beginning March 15, 2016. A blog post from Google Photos head Anil Sabharwal said the company is retiring Picasa to focus on developing...

Van Gogh’s bedroom gets digital makeover

By Beth Nyaga Scientists in Chicago have produced a visualisation of Van Gogh's Bedroom in Arles, showing what it would have looked like before its colours faded. The artist painted three versions of this famous scene,...

US hospital held to ransom by hackers

By BBC Tech Ransomware is a growing menace for computer users - but when a hospital is targeted, it makes the disruption far more serious. Computer systems at Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center have been offline for...

Increased coverage of 4G network a gain to Samsung

By KNA Leading electronics firm, Samsung Electronics Ltd., is planning to tap into the increased penetration of 4G LTE network to boost its market share and further grow its revenues across the East African region...

Apple to launch new iPhone, iPad in March

By Reuters Apple Inc (AAPL.O) is on target to introduce its next iPhone and iPad models on March 15, and aims to start selling the devices in the same week, technology blog 9to5Mac reported, citing...

Samsung lifts the veil on its light, durable Chromebook 3, and it’s only $200

By Yahoo News At CES last month, Samsung revealed that its follow-up to its well-reviewed Chromebook 2 would be making its way to market in 2016. Now it seems that day has arrived, as the Korean electronics...

Women write better code, study suggests

By BBC Computer code written by women has a higher approval rating than that written by men - but only if their gender is not identifiable, new research suggests. The US researchers analysed nearly 1.4 million...

The dating apps taking on Tinder

By BBC Valentine's Day is not just a big day for couples - millions of singles are expected to fire up dating apps today in search of romance. Tinder leads the market in the UK, boasting...
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