Top News for April 18, 2014

Heartbleed

Here are today's top stories from Tech News Today for April 18, 2014:

  1. The Heartbleed flaw is fixed on a lot of web sites, but not all, according to a report by Arik Hesseldahl on Recode. Read more at recode.net.

  2. Pandora Media has been sued by major record labels over non-payment of music recorded before 1972. Read more at bloomberg.com.

  3. Google might split its Nexus phones into two models, a very low-cost phone and a very high-quality phone. A credible report from China says Google’s low-end phone could cost about $100 unlocked. Other reports suggest a high-end Nexus 6 phone with an up to 20 megapixel camera and a very high-resolution screen. Read more at bgr.com.

  4. An exclusive on Recode by Jason Del Rey says that Louis Borders, who was the founder of the grocery delivery service Webvan, plans to launch a new Webvan-like service. Read more at recode.net.

  5. Have you noticed that tech these days is often described as “creepy”? Google Glass is creepy. Personalization is creepy. Humanoid robots are creepy. Read more at recode.net.

For insight, analysis, and discussion of these topics and more, check out Tech News Today for April 18, 2014.