McGruff the Crime Dog gets a taste for pirates, HBO will not offer a la carte streams of its shows, and Wi-Fi signals might be hurting men’s reproductive health.
- New Government-Backed Anti-Piracy Ads Are Filled With Hollow Scares: The so-bad-it’s-funny video above links DVD piracy with all kinds of terrible crimes, but these claims are mostly fabrications according to a major academic report. [Ars Technica]
- No Streaming HBO Shows Without A Subscription: HBO has confirmed that they have no plans to offer streams of their shows to customers who do not subscribe to the channel with their cable or satellite package. [mocoNews]
- A Study Shows a Laptop’s Wi-Fi Signal Might be Harmful to Male Reproductive Health: Researchers tested samples of sperm from healthily men and found that electromagnetic radiation from laptops greatly reduced the sperm’s motility. [Reuters]
- Evernote for Windows Phone Gets New Features: Evernote on Windows Phone now allows you to pin notes or notebooks to your home screen as well as create templates for your notes. [Evernote Blog]
- Sonos Update Adds Android Tablet Compatibility: You can use the Sonos Controller app on your Android tablet, including the Kindle Fire, to control your Sonos music streaming system. [All Things D]
- An Eye Tracking Study of Social Networking Profile Pages: The Study tracked the eye movements of participants viewing social network profiles and found the most interesting elements of the pages to be recent updates and profile pictures. [Mashable]