The file sharing site will allocate part of the profits from his downloads to DJ Shadow.
Subscribers of the online movie and TV network watched more than one billion hours of video in June.
The Swedish furniture store will begin a gradual roll-out of the new set, rumored to be Wi-Fi and USB compatible, across Europe beginning July 2nd of this year.
The mobile payment startup's operating officer stated that he does not think the short-distance wireless technology NFC is useful for merchants or consumers.
The Guardian's new US-site features refocused content tailored to the American audience.
A blog post on Datamation argues that the social media site is not innovative enough to stay at the top.
Despite launching NeoTV recently, Netgear seeks access to the Android market through a partnership with Google TV.
Amateur iPhone and iPad accessories are showing up on Kickstarter, the crowdfunding website for independent projects, and they're gaining a lot of popularity.
Dow Jones reports that energy companies raised less than half the amount raised by startups in the second quarter of 2010.
American Express is launching Link, Like, Love - a Facebook-based application that will target offers to cardmembers based on their and their friends' activity across the social graph.
Apple's new service could shape the future of online shopping, says Gigaom founder.