Napster blocks Metallica fans; Dr. Dre takes names

The music-swapping software company blocks hundreds of thousands of screen names per rock band Metallica's request, adding teeth to its software program to make the ban stick.

Music software company Napster said it has blocked 317,377 user screen names that have been identified by Metallica as allegedly infringing on the rock band's copyrights.
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The WRT1900ACS is Linksys' new best Wi-Fi router to date

CNET editor Dong Ngo compares the new WRT1900ACS and the old WRT1900AC Wi-Fi routers from Linksys. Find out which one is better!

by Dong Ngo