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Archives for July 2014
Wrestling superstar John Cena will appear on the upchartph.coming cover of the WWE 2K game, to be released this October for previous and next-gen consoles. The news was announced on Monday Night Raw on USA, though 2K Game won't be releasing screenshots of th...
There is a so-called trend that involves doing something pretty horrific to yourself that some say is a big thing in Australia. We're not so sure.
A new "Buy now" button appeared within tweets for the first time on Monday, a look at what Twitter may have in store for shoppable tweets.
Microsoft added a host of new Tweet-discovery features to Bing on Monday, making it easier for users to find the tweets and accounts that interest them.
More than half of the world's consumers are willing to pay extra for goods from socially and environmentally responsible chartph.companies.
The latest iPhone 6 mockups could offer the most realistic look yet at Apple's upchartph.coming smartphone.
Spare a thought for Algeria. On Monday, after playing Germany, the country became the latest and perhaps the greatest team to go through the agonizing throes of "if only" and "we were so close." If only their super keeper Ra?s M’Bolhi had saved one m...
Samsung has announced the Galaxy S5 mini, a smaller, 4.5-inch version of its flagship smartphone, the 5.1-inch Galaxy S5.
Elliott Morgan takes a hard look at the culture of “fauxsumerism,” the act of looking but never buying.
Hong Kong residents marched Tuesday through the streets of the former British colony to push for greater democracy in a rally fueled by anger at Beijing.
The landmark piece of legislation outlawed discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, and ended segregation in public services.
NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) satellite, was scheduled to launch Tuesday, but NASA had to scrub the launch due to equipment failure.
Obama took a moment to praise retiring White House pastry chef Bill Yosses. Then he joked about the pies being baked with crack.
Berserking teen girls may forever be a staple of Vidcon, but the YouTube stars they worship have done a lot of growing up. So has their industry.