'US Surveillance Programs Threaten Freedom of Press'

Large-scale surveillance also threatens the right to legal counsel, Human Rights Watch and the American Civil Liberties Union said in a joint report.

Rhapsody Credits T-Mobile Deal for Reaching 2 Million Paying Subscribers

Last month, Rhapsody teamed up with the nation's fourth-largest carrier on a new service called unRadio.

US Senator to Propose Strong Curbs on NSA Bulk Phone Data Collection

Democratic US Senator Patrick Leahy, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, will introduce the legislation on Tuesday.

Online Real Estate Firm Zillow to Buy Rival Trulia in $3.5 Billion Deal

The deal will make Zillow the biggest player in the online real estate information market.

Looking for Love on the Web, as It Experiments With You

"If you use the Internet, you're the subject of hundreds of experiments at any given time, on every site. That's how websites work."

Amazon Launches Section For 3D-Printed Goods on Its Website

The store offers more than 200 items including nylon wallets, wax seals, cookie cutters and bobbleheads.

Lenovo Says It Is Working on a Google Glass Competitor

Lenovo is developing a wearable smart glass similar to Google Glass with an external battery to be worn on the neck.

Apple Buys 'BookLamp' Book Analytics to Compete With Amazon: Report

According to a report, acquiring the Idaho-based startup is a part of Apple's long term strategy to take the fight back to Amazon.

Amazon India Adds Five New Fulfilment Centres to 'Meet Rapid Growth'

Amazon India has set up five new Fulfilment Centres (FCs) in Delhi, Chennai, Jaipur, Ahmedabad and Tauru to meet needs of retailers and SMEs.

Google Maps Activities in India Come Under CBI Scanner

The CBI has registered a preliminary enquiry against Google for allegedly violating laws by mapping sensitive areas and defence installations.

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Amazon Kindle Unlimited Review: Limited Selection

Startups Scribd and Oyster both offer better value for avid readers of popular books.

Oyster and Scribd Unlimited Ebook Services Review

Oyster and Scribd are good if you read three or more books, or if you like to sample - start several books before deciding which ones interest you.

Amazon Fire TV review

Fire TV, unveiled by Amazon on Wednesday, marks the online retailer's latest push into streaming video.

Apple iWork review

A comprehensive look at Apple's recently updated iWork productivity suite.

TiVo Roamio review

TiVos also integrate TV shows and movies from Internet video services such as Netflix, Amazon and Hulu.

Is Feedly a worthy replacement of Google Reader?

Feedly excels in highlighting the most popular items from all your feeds, based on sharing and other interactions.

Pinterest review: Cleaner, easier to manage

Pinterest's recent redesign is intended to cut down on clutter and make the site easier to manage, without drastically changing its look.

Microsoft's Outlook.com review

Outlook.com integrates with leading social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.

Does the new Mega file-sharing service live up to the mega challenge?

Staying true to his outsized personality and reputation for excess, Dotcom unveiled the Mega service with great fanfare.

First look at Microsoft's Outlook.com

Outlook.com garnered 1 million users withing first few hours of its launch. We take a look at what's making it so popular.

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