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  • Justin Timberlake isn't 'cool,' but is a GQ Man of the Year

    Justin Timberlake isn't 'cool,' but is a GQ Man of the Year
    Justin Timberlake joins actor Matthew McConaughey, comedian Will Ferrell, rapper Kendrick Lamar and the late "Sopranos" star James Gandolfini as GQ magazine's 2013 Men of the Year. Timberlake was bestowed the magazine's "#Hashtag of the year" honor,...
  • TLC ready to move on to the next phase

    TLC ready to move on to the next phase
    Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and a team of producers are huddled behind a sprawling control console, bobbing their heads as they listen to a bass-heavy track off TLC’s first album in more than 10 years. After the music played out, Watkins...
  • YouTube to launch subscription music service as soon as December

    YouTube to launch subscription music service as soon as December
    YouTube is poised to launch a subscription music service as soon as December, positioning it to compete with Spotify, Rdio and other digital offerings, according to people familiar with the matter. The Internet's dominant online video already is the...
  • Coming to L.A.: 'cop cams'

     Coming to L.A.: 'cop cams'
    In less than two months, new Police Commission President Steve Soboroff has persuaded private donors to put up $1.2 million to buy 600 video cameras that Los Angeles police officers will wear on the job. The money is the first step in a project that could...
  • Pakistan restricts screening of films from India

    Pakistan restricts screening of films from India
    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Perennial tensions between Pakistan and India found their way into movie theaters Tuesday when a Pakistani judge imposed restrictions on the screening of Indian films. Responding to a petition filed by controversial...
  • TuneCore, INDMUSIC team to help musicians profit more from YouTube

    TuneCore, INDMUSIC team to help musicians profit more from YouTube
    INDMUSIC had big success monetizing the viral success of Baauer's "Harlem Shake" this year. Now it's expanding its reach by partnering with TuneCore, a distributor and publishing administrator for digital music, to make it easier for artists to make money...
  • Internet lifts shroud of secrecy on adoption

    Internet lifts shroud of secrecy on adoption
    Gus met his birth mother only once after being adopted. But she watches his life unfold on Facebook week by week: His first day of preschool, toting a tiny backpack spangled with letters and numbers. The purple turkey he sculpted in class. The Katy...
  • Watch out, Snapchat: Instagram now offering messaging service

    Watch out, Snapchat: Instagram now offering messaging service
    Instagram has decided to take on Snapchat by allowing users to send one another pictures and videos through private messages. The Facebook-owned photo-sharing app on Thursday announced Instagram Direct, a messaging feature that gives users an...
  • Facebook, Twitter try to grab teens' attention with new features

    Facebook, Twitter try to grab teens' attention with new features
    SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. are going after the only thing more fleeting than a Snapchat message: the teenage attention span. On Thursday, Instagram, the photo-sharing service owned by Facebook, introduced a way to send...
  • Snapchat unveils Stories, a feature that shows content for 24 hours

    Snapchat unveils Stories, a feature that shows content for 24 hours
    Snapchat, which pioneered the disappearing message, has introduced a feature that makes it possible to share pictures and videos with others for an entire day. The new feature, called Stories, is a compilation of Snapchat videos and pictures taken...
  • New company Audiam seeks to get musicians paid from YouTube clips

    New company Audiam seeks to get musicians paid from YouTube clips
    Lots of people have enjoyed posting their own versions of Jason Mraz's massive hit "I'm Yours" on YouTube.  That has given the artist a lot of free exposure, but he also may be missing out on royalties. Now Jeff Price, the former Chief Executive of...