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  • Business Highlights

    ___ Euro falls near $1, but European goods remain pricey Americans hunting for a bargain on a new Beemer, bottle of Chateau Margaux or Hermes handbag thanks to the sliding euro should put away their gold cards. European luxury goods sold in the U.S....
  • 'RightThisMinute' provides viewers quick hits from the Web

    "RightThisMinute" wants to save you time — the minutes and hours you might spend trolling the Internet for interesting new videos in a search you could never hope to get ahead of. Instead, "RightThisMinute" invites you to tear your eyes from your...
  • Who's Who in music streaming: Tidal, Spotify, Pandora & more

    Who's Who in music streaming: Tidal, Spotify, Pandora & more
    Since Apple shook up the music world with iTunes a little more than a decade ago, online music has exploded and become the central way many people enjoy and discover music. Internet services such as Pandora and Spotify have millions of users. Now, several...
  • Twitter launches Periscope live-streaming video app

    Twitter launches Periscope live-streaming video app
    Twitter has launched live-streaming video app Periscope, developed by the startup it bought earlier in 2015 for a reported $100 million, upping the battle with overnight mobile-app streaming sensation Meerkat. "We think it's a perfect complement to...
  • Toddler tech: Is all that YouTube good for them?

    Toddler tech: Is all that YouTube good for them?
    Two-year-old Francisco Sanchez Jr. spends six hours a day mesmerized by a smartphone. He summons his favorite “Ninja Turtles” episodes with the touch of his tiny fingers. So long, Saturday morning cartoons. Welcome to the post-TV era of...
  • Entertain young ones for free with kid-friendly apps

    By AppoLearning.com Appolicious Companies like Google and Twitter recently released kid-friendly versions of their social media apps YouTube and Vine, leading to a collective sigh of relief for parents of young children, tweens and teens. There are many...
  • Did you ever dream you were a plate of pasta? Dali meets Boyardee

    Did you ever dream you were a plate of pasta? Dali meets Boyardee
    Have you ever dreamed you were a bowl of pasta? And then your girlfriend sat down with a fork? Yes or no, you’ve got to check out a new short YouTube video (portions of this video contain nudity) by the Venezuelan group Sogni Culinari (roughly:...
  • New study: Anti-vaccination views dominate on open platforms online

    New study: Anti-vaccination views dominate on open platforms online
    It turns out that measles isn't spread just by tourists at Disneyland. It's also incubated and disseminated through YouTube. That's the short version of a new study published in Vaccine, which is one of those peer-reviewed journals that scientists...
  • Ed Sheeran, Charli XCX to premiere videos for YouTube Music Awards

    Ed Sheeran, Charli XCX to premiere videos for YouTube Music Awards
    Beyonce, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Drake, Kendrick Lamar and Katy Perry are among the winners for the 2015 YouTube Music Awards. After taking a year off, YouTube is set to bring back its awards show on March 23. The format, however, is slightly different....
  • China ditty 'Little Apple' catches on

     China ditty 'Little Apple' catches on
    One tune will clearly go down as China's song of the year for 2014: "Little Apple." The novelty single, made by a comedic filmmaking duo known as the Chopstick Brothers, might best be described as a Chinese "Macarena": It features simple yet danceable...
  • China's losing battle with Internet censorship

    China's losing battle with Internet censorship
    Here's a riddle of the Internet age: Netflix doesn't offer its service in China, so it blocks communication with Chinese computers. Yet an estimated 20 million people in China watch movies on Netflix. How? Through some simple software that masks a...