Google launched Lists for Maps that allows users to make organized lists of places and share them with friends.
Facebook is reportedly negotiating with record labels to secure the rights to copyrighted music so its users can legitimately use that music in their own uploaded videos.
According to Bloomberg, Google's compensation system for engineers developing its self-driving cars multiplied salaries and bonuses based on meeting milestones that ultimately led to its best staffers being so highly compensated, they could comfortably leave for other opportunities.
After a history of resistance to music streaming services, all of Prince’s Warner Brother’s music library is now widely available on Spotify, Apple Music, and Pandora.
Rumors about the new iPhone are pointing to the inclusion of Qi wireless charging technology. Apple has also reportedly struck a deal with Samsung to bring its curved OLED displays to the new phone when it launches.
Jason Howell goes hands-on with the new LG Watch Sport, one of two new smartwatches released with the latest version of Android Wear 2.0.
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- Keep track of your favorite places and share them with friends
- Facebook is pushing record labels to let you soundtrack your videos
- Prince's Music Is Now on Spotify
- Apple joins Wireless Power Consortium amid rumors of iPhone with wireless charging
- Apple's iPhone 8 could get curved OLED screens -- and make Samsung billions
- One Reason Staffers Quit Google's Car Project? The Company Paid Them So Much
- LG Watch Sport
- Elon Musk is convinced we need to become machines or risk being replaced by them