Hackers turn two WoW towns into killing fields

WoW towns turns into mass grave World of Warcraft players may have encountered piles and piles of skeletons as they played the other day. Though this site is uncommon to WoW players, but gamers have reported that they have indeed seen these odd sights during their game. According to reports, hackers were able to breach and find an exploit that enabled […] Read more →

Facebook rolling out Collections to rival Pinterest

Facebook Collections combats Pinterest scourge Pinterest has been getting a lot of members lately. Since its inception, Pinterest has become one of the most used content sharing sites in the world. With this, social networking behemoth Facebook is rolling out a new feature that would rival Pinterest. Called Collections, Facebook members are now enabled to engage with their FB friends […] Read more →

Warner Music Group settles case in New York

Warner Music Group to pay $1 Million as settlment A $1 million dollar fine is proposed by the Federal Trade Commission against a unit of Warner Music Group Corp. for allegedly violating child privacy laws in the operation of some of their fan websites for their artists. During the annual meeting of the Children’s Advertising Review Unit in New York, Commissioner Edith Ramirez said […] Read more →

Xbox Music set to arrive this month

Microsoft music streaming service set to launch this month Microsoft fans may not wait long for the coming of the company’s Xbox Music, as reports say that the latter will be launched this month. According to the Verge, a number of sources that have close ties with the company said that the launch of their new music streaming service will be this October 26. […] Read more →
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