Pornhub dropped their extensive breakdown of 2016 porn consumption trends, and the numbers show that Americans really love their porn. From Complex News.
UK-based Gousto uses data to predict what you want for dinner, delivering ingredients and recipes to your door. From CNNMoney.
It's become apparent that anyone — hackers or the government — could be spying on what you're doing online. Take back your privacy with these simple steps. From Tech Insider.
Microsoft has promised to bring future Xbox titles to Windows 10, and now Sony is making a similar offer. Soon, you won’t need to own a piece of PlayStation hardware in order to play PlayStation games. The PlayStation Now service came about after Sony paid $380 million to acquire streaming service Gaikai back in 2012. It did take them two years to convert it into PlayStation Now, but all that work means PS4 owners can enjoy playing streamed versions of PS3 titles for a monthly subscription. It’s not cheap though, costing $19.99 for a month or $44.99 for 3 months. However, soon you’ll be able to save some cash by not being forced to buy a console to access the service. Sony has announced that PlayStation Now is being made available on Windows PCs across Europe and North America. From wochit Tech.
The fight between YouTube and the music industry continues. Now Google is saying its system that fights piracy generated $2 billion for rights holders. From Newsy.
There's a lot of money to be had in the world of video game broadcasting — for game streaming sites, for the gamers themselves and for those who have figured out how to exploit the system. From Newsy.
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