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This Slick New App Is Like Popcorn Time For Music

This Slick New App Is Like Popcorn Time For Music

Sick of paying for Spotify? Hate how hard it is to use Apple Music? Missing Grooveshark every day? Then you’re going to love what renegade developer and lover of beer Andrew Simpson has built. It’s called Aurous, and it’s basically Popcorn Time for music.

Leaked Slides Reveal Hollywood’s Blind Google Fibre Fears

Leaked Slides Reveal Hollywood’s Blind Google Fibre Fears

Who doesn’t like blindingly fast internet? Movie studios who don’t want people to watch their movies, apparently. A announced in February its plans to expand to 34 U.S. cities — could increase piracy, while completely ignoring how fast internet could be a boon for legal streaming.

Why Do People Still Pirate?

Why Do People Still Pirate?

Sadly, people still pirate things. Of course they do. Because, despite 14 post-Napster years of piracy in the mainstream, it appears that studios still don’t get it. Consider the $US100 Dark Knight Trilogy boxed set that came out just last week: