Technically Incorrect: Apple's CEO tweets a photo of the Denver Broncos' celebrations, presumably taken with his iPhone. It wasn't a good photo.
Sure, there was a football game, but tweets and other social media posts show most people focused on everything but the plays.
Technically Incorrect: A surprise song -- already a viral monster -- released exclusively on Tidal, shows Beyonce's admiration for the Microsoft co-founder.
An app for quickly capturing songs, complete with a built-in backing band.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey linked to the new Beyoncé video, Formation, after an attempt to quell the #RIPTwitter hashtag. It turns out that the leader of the microblogging platform could learn a few things from the entertainer's big weekend.
DJ Earworm remixes the most popular songs charting on Billboard into one a dance tune you'll have trouble getting out of your head in "United State of Pop 2015 - 50 Shades of Pop."
Real stars get in on recording with superstar John Legend after an assist from astrophysicist.
Rdio's failing business will become a major part of a new Pandora. Meanwhile, Microsoft refuses to be caught unprepared for security threats. Plus see what flew under the Radar in tech right here.
Pandora agrees to buy most of smaller streaming service Rdio for $75 million in cash, which clears the way for the online radio giant to let you listen to the specific track you want to hear.
The People's Republic takes aim at music, ordering streaming companies to examine songs before they're posted to ensure they're not violent, overly sexual or inappropriate under government rules.