Pulselocker, a music subscription service and storage locker targeting electronic music fans and DJs, has launched its service to the web. Users pay a monthly subscription fee in order to access the service's streaming catalog of over 4 million tracks, but are limited as to how many they can save for offline listening and use in DJ'ing applications.
Two of Germany's biggest Internet service providers say they will encrypt customers' emails by default following reports that the U.S. National Security Agency monitors international electronic communications.
Asus has decided that developing Windows RT-based tablets isn't such a good idea. The company's CEO Jerry Shen tells the Wall Street Journal that Asus is getting out of the Windows RT market and that "the industry sentiment is also that Windows RT has not been successful."