YouTube to Live Stream Coachella 2017 for Free

    Video-sharing website YouTube is set to live-stream the first weekend of Coachella 2017. From April 14-16, Coachella’s YouTube channel will carry performances live available for free, reported Variety. The lineup for the music fest this year includes Lady Gaga, Kendrick Lamar, Radiohead, Lorde, Bon Iver, the xx, Future, ScHoolboy Q, Two Door Cinema… Read More YouTube to Live Stream Coachella 2017 for Free

Lawmakers’ Internet Records Aren’t for Sale, Industry Says – but Not Everyone’s Convinced

Donations are pouring in to buy the internet browsing data of members of Congress who this week sent President Donald Trump legislation scrapping restrictions on internet providers sharing user records without consent. Industry representatives tell U.S. News they won’t be selling the browsing histories of individual lawmakers, but uncertainty about success hasn’t stopped a steady… Read More Lawmakers’ Internet Records Aren’t for Sale, Industry Says – but Not Everyone’s Convinced

Indians Cheat on Partners When It Comes to Watching Netflix: Survey

If you think your partner is not watching Netflix shows in your absence, you are wrong. Forty-six percent Indian couple – second only to Hong Kong – cheat on their significant other by binging ahead to watch Netflix shows, a new survey has revealed. Surprisingly, 39 percent streaming couples in India even said watching 2-3 episodes ahead would… Read More Indians Cheat on Partners When It Comes to Watching Netflix: Survey

Apple Music ‘Well Past’ 20 Million Subscribers, Reveals Eddy Cue

In an interview at the Code Media conference on Monday, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue shared that the subscribers of company’s music streaming service – Apple Music – are now “well past” 20 million. He wasn’t more specific than that, and the news isn’t really a revelation, as the… Read More Apple Music ‘Well Past’ 20 Million Subscribers, Reveals Eddy Cue

HackerEarth aims for global expansion

HackerEarth collaborates with DICE and Webstaff in the US and Japan markets respectively. HackerEarth announced its entry into the global markets through reseller partnerships with DICE in the US and Webstaff, in Japan. HackerEarth is the hub for programmers to practice and improve their programming skills, compete in coding challenges or hackathons and showcase their… Read More HackerEarth aims for global expansion

Verizon, SevOne collaborate on software-defined networking

The aim is to deliver added levels of visibility into the performance of SD WAN for enterprises. Verizon and SevOne have joined forces to deliver added levels of visibility into the performance of software-defined wide area networking (SD WAN) services.  With these new capabilities, Verizon’s enterprise clients benefit from a singular view that spans multi-vendor… Read More Verizon, SevOne collaborate on software-defined networking

Go 1.8 goes for efficiency and convenience

The latest release candidate for Go features HTTP2 Push support and an updated compiler back end for more efficient code. Go 1.8, the next version of Google’s open source language, is moving toward general availability, with a release candidate featuring improvements in compilation and HTTP. The final Version 1.8 is due in February. According to… Read More Go 1.8 goes for efficiency and convenience

Twitter to Live-Stream Donald Trump’s Inauguration

Despite being excluded from the recently held Trump tech summit, Twitter will livestream US President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration in Washington DC on January 20. “Twitter and PBS @NewsHour Partner to Live Stream Coverage of Inauguration Day 2017 #golive,” @TwitterComms tweeted on Thursday. According to a report in CNET, the 6-hour coverage would be anchored by… Read More Twitter to Live-Stream Donald Trump’s Inauguration

Alphabet Says It Shut Down Titan Drone Internet Project

In 2014, Google and Facebook Inc. vied to acquire Titan Aerospace, a maker of high-altitude, solar-powered drones. Google won the bidding, so Facebook purchased its own company, which was building a huge glider called Aquila. The idea was to beam internet access from the sky to get more people logging on from remote places to… Read More Alphabet Says It Shut Down Titan Drone Internet Project