Hacktivists create a fake version of the app for new Jay-Z album Magna Carta Holy Grail to comment on government surveillance.
Owners of the Galaxy S4, S3 and Note 2 get the new album today, July 4 -- three days before the rest of the world.
Jay-Z's new album Magna Carta Holy Grail will be released early and for free to 1 million Samsung Galaxy S4, S3 and Note 2 owners.
A million Galaxy device owners will get the rapper's new album three days early, and for free.
Samsung is reportedly set to sign one of the biggest sponsorship deals in tech history by splurging $20m on the rapper and impresario.
A report suggests that celebrities will show how Windows Phone 8 makes their lives more personal.
Using ReadNotify software, a fan who constantly emails Jay-Z says he's sure that the star is reading all his missives -- some more than once.
YouTube is launching 100 of its own channels, from the likes of Madonna and Jay-Z, with Hollywood production companies on board.
But we don't know if Motorola headphones bear any relation to the rapper.
Microsoft's evening press event, featuring The Beatles: Rock Band, plus playable demos of Halo: ODST and Left 4 Dead 2, continued the celebrity theme. We got a chance to play "Back in the USSR" and "Taxman," but the real excitement started when we left the stage and were replaced by the unlike combo of Dhani Harrison and Christopher "McLovin" Mintz-Plasse. Later that evening, Activision brought out the big gun in support of the Guitar Hero family of games, which is now expanding to include the turntable-based DJ Hero game (more on that later this week) -- namely Eminem and Jay-Z. Check out the gallery below to see what game industry types get up to when they're not actually playing, making, or writing about games.