Universal Censors Megaupload Song, Gets Branded a “Rogue Label”

Earlier today, Megaupload released a pop video featuring mainstream artists who endorse the cyberlocker service. News of the controversial Mega Song even trended on Twitter, but has now been removed from YouTube on copyright grounds by Universal Music. Kim Dotcom says that Megaupload owns everything in the video, and that the label has engaged in dirty tricks in an attempt to sabotage their successful viral campaign.


Origo’s 3D printer the Lego of the new generation?

Origo, a start-up company founded by Artur Tchoukanov and Joris Peels, is developing what some are calling the Easy-Bake Oven of the next generation — a “printer” that creates three-dimensional objects out of drawings.

And it’s so simple that a kid could use it. Which is great, because it’s just for kids.

Highway jam enters 9th day, spans 62 miles

Traffic authorities were still struggling to cope with days-long congestion on a major national expressway, nine days after traffic slowed to a snail’s pace, and nearby residents are profiting on the latest traffic snarl by overcharging drivers for food.

Internet Pranksters send Justin Bieber Tour to North Korea

If Internet pranksters have their way, Justin Bieber will be performing in one of the world’s most oppressive regimes. Communist North Korea is currently leading an online poll on Bieber’s My World Tour website, where the 16-year-old singer asked his fans to choose which country he should tour in next.