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  • Firefox's parent company launches campaign against NSA monitoring

    Firefox's parent company launches campaign against NSA monitoring
    Mozilla, the nonprofit organization behind the popular Firefox Web browser, wants to know what exactly the National Security Agency has been monitoring -- and it has helped kicked off a campaign to find out. Last week, it was revealed that the NSA was...
  • Black Sabbath makes its own luck with '13'

    For decades, the question from fans and journalists was constant and predictable: Would the heavy metal originators of Black Sabbath ever make another album? Not that they hadn't tried. In 2001, singer Ozzy Osbourne, guitarist Tony Iommi, bassist Geezer...
  • Bob Dylan reportedly on track for France's Legion of Honor

    Bob Dylan reportedly on track for France's Legion of Honor
    Bob Dylan is bringing it all back home. A year after the legendary singer-songwriter was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, he's set to be decorated with France's prestigious Legion of Honor, according to Reuters, which said that a 17-member...
  • HTC One smartphone heading to Verizon this summer

    HTC One smartphone heading to Verizon this summer
    The HTC One will be available on all four major U.S. networks later this summer after Verizon Wireless announced it too will carry the popular Android smartphone. The device has been available for AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile customers since launching in...
  • The Denver Comic-Con 2013 Report

    The Denver Comic-Con 2013 Report
    The city of Denver Colorado is known for many things: John Elway, the Rocky Mountains, beer, and legalized marijuana. But soon they'll be known as the home of a top-notch comic convention if the folks behind the Denver Comic-Con can keep up with the...
  • Summer concerts? Here's a guide

    Summer concerts? Here's a guide
    This summer's up-and-coming concert season is rife with enough star power to break those vacation savings, so Pop & Hiss has decided to make things easier. Here's a guide to help you plan what shows are worth catching, depending on your mood. Try to...
  • Through the good and the bad, Alice in Chains unbroken

    This post has been updated. Please see below for details. Even at the worst of times, one facet of the Alice in Chains saga was never in doubt: the longtime friendship of founding members Jerry Cantrell and Sean Kinney. The guitarist and drummer met...
  • Verizon, Jennifer Lopez launch Viva Movil stores aimed at Latinos

    Verizon, Jennifer Lopez launch Viva Movil stores aimed at Latinos
    Verizon Wireless and Jennifer Lopez teamed up Wednesday to launch Viva Movil, a new brand of cellphone retail store that will target Latino customers. The brand launched its website and a Facebook shopping app Wednesday and will roll out physical retail...
  • Samsung Galaxy S4 laps HTC One in sales

    On its way to becoming the fastest-selling Android smartphone, the Galaxy S4 has been sold twice as many times as the HTC One in their first few weeks on the market. Samsung announced this week that it has sold 10 million Galaxy S4 phones. Currently...
  • Review: KROQ's indie-loving Weenie Roast 2013

    Review: KROQ's indie-loving Weenie Roast 2013
    2013 was the year indie finally conquered KROQ-FM. At the station's annual day-long Weenie Roast festival in Irvine on Saturday, almost every headliner evoked a certain scrappy outsiderdom -- even if those bands had radio hits hiding in their plaid...
  • Hopkins students notable in their absence in Charles Village

    Hopkins students notable in their absence in Charles Village
    Loading his earthly belongings into a laundry cart that he rented from Campus Services, Johns Hopkins University freshman Austin Dennis made several trips from his dormitory room to his car on residential Greenway at North Charles Street, opposite the...