Adele Notches Best Sales Year Since Usher’s Confessions

In 2011, 21 moved more than 5.6 million copies in the U.S. By Gil Kaufman <P>The music industry has been stuck in a rut for nearly a decade. But every once in a while, it still manages to produce one of those unstoppable hit albums that give everyone that good old feeling. </P><P> </P><P></p><div class=”player-placeholder […] Read more »

Adele Notches Best Sales Year Since Usher’s Confessions

In 2011, 21 moved more than 5.6 million copies in the U.S. By Gil Kaufman <P>The music industry has been stuck in a rut for nearly a decade. But every once in a while, it still manages to produce one of those unstoppable hit albums that give everyone that good old feeling. </P><P> </P><P></p><div class=”player-placeholder […] Read more »

6 Celebrity Couples Who Have Already Broken Up This Year

It hasn’t been very long since the start of 2017, but the year has already been peppered with sad celebrity breakups. It’s still early, so we haven’t reached 2016 levels yet, but here’s hoping we won’t have to mourn the end of many more high-profile pairs. Scroll through to see the couples who have already […] Read more »

Tesla falls short on promised car deliveries for the year

Tesla has ultimately failed to roll out the number of cars it had repeatedly projected it would in 2016. The electric automaker said Tuesday that it delivered just 76,230 of its Model S and Model X vehicles in the last year, undershooting its promised 80,000 to 90,000. SEE ALSO: Elon Musk says Tesla’s upgraded Autopilot […] Read more »

Tesla falls short on promised car deliveries for the year

Tesla has ultimately failed to roll out the number of cars it had repeatedly projected it would in 2016. The electric automaker said Tuesday that it delivered just 76,230 of its Model S and Model X vehicles in the last year, undershooting its promised 80,000 to 90,000. SEE ALSO: Elon Musk says Tesla’s upgraded Autopilot […] Read more »

Robert Plant And Alison Krauss Win Grammy Album Of The Year

Raising Sand, from Led Zeppelin vet and bluegrass superstar, wins five Grammys on Sunday night. By James Montgomery with MTV News staff <P>”I’m bewildered,” <a href=”/music/artist/plant_robert/artist.jhtml”>Robert Plant</a> said onstage as he accepted the <MTVNLINK type=”news” id=”1604580″>Grammy Album of the Year award</MTVNLINK> with <a href=”/music/artist/krauss_alison/artist.jhtml”>Alison Krauss</a> on Sunday night. “In the old days we would have […] Read more »

IDG Contributor Network: Red Hat expected to rake in $2.4 billion in revenue this year

The king of Linux, Red Hat, continues its growth as a leading Linux vendor that’s betting big on the cloud. Yesterday, the company announced financial results for its second quarter of fiscal year 2017 ended August 31, 2016. The company generated $ 600 million in revenue for the quarter, a 19 percent year-over-year increase. Red […] Read more »

Did Prehistoric People Watch the Stars Through This 6,000 Year Old ‘Telescope’?

Prehistoric humans may have observed the sky via primitive lens-less “telescopes,” according to a team of British astronomers who have studied the long passageways of ancient megalithic tombs. The details were presented today by Kieran Simcox, a student at Nottingham Trent University, at a meeting of the Royal Astronomical Society. Read more… All articles Read more »

Software Pumps $1 Trillion A Year Into US Economy, But Could Hit Limits

It may seem intuitive logic that software is a major part of the economy. A couple of years ago, venture capitalist Marc Andresseen famously wrote that “software is eating the world,” observing that every business, on some level, is becoming a software business. So, how big is the software sector? All articles Read more »