Fitbit Charge, Charge HR, and Surge Leak Again in Sports Authority Ad

Sports Authority is the latest source of leaked images of Fitbit's forthcoming activity trackers. An email advertisement sent to us by a tipster lists the unannounced Charge, Charge HR, and Surge trackers as available for pre-order. They're not, but it's almost certain that they will be soon. » 10/21/14 5:41pm Today 5:41pm

Google Play Music Gets a New Look and Songza's Suggestion Superpowers

Today, Google Play Music gets smarter about the suggestions it offers, by taking into account the time of day, day of the week, and device you're using. So when you're dragging at the end of the work day, you get just the jams you need to get through it. » 10/21/14 12:00pm Today 12:00pm

It's Time to Enable Two-Step Authentication on Everything. Here’s How.

Yesterday's news that hackers might've stolen some 7 million Dropbox credentials should've scared you into changing your password. And if you didn't already have two-step authentication enabled on your account, it should be pretty good reminder that you need to turn it on for every account possible. » 10/14/14 3:46pm 10/14/14 3:46pm

PopcornTime Defiantly Pops Back Up After Domain Gets Suspended

The most popular way of accessing the popular "Netflix for torrents" service PopcornTime abruptly went down last week when European regulators suspended the domain registration for Time4Popcorn.eu. In a message today, the anonymous devs behind the service say it's back—and won't be permanently shut down ever. » 10/13/14 7:46pm 10/13/14 7:46pm