Tech Giants Still Stumbling In The Social World They CreatedWho knew connecting the world could get so complicated? Perhaps some of technology's brightest minds should have seen that coming.
Consumer Justice Reporter's Amazon Account Hacked, Fake 5-Star Reviews LeftShe's usually getting other people consumer justice, but CBS11's Cristin Severance recently needed help herself.
Aww Man! Shiner And Whataburger Not Teaming Up On A BeerThey say if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is, and once again, it was.
Person In Spider-Man Costume Hangs Out On Boston TrainA person sporting a Spider-Man costume joined commuters on a Boston subway train — dangling upside-down from a handrail.
Science Explains Why Some Hear 'Laurel' & Others Hear 'Yanny'As if we needed another thing to divide us. Some people who listen to an online audio file hear 'Yanny' while others hear 'Laurel.' It's like the file was put on the internet just to sow discord.
Dallas Driver Apologizes In Creative Video For Car Breaking Down In TrafficJeffrey Powell is apologizing for making some folks late through his dash camera video.
Serena Williams And Fiancé Alexis Ohanian Welcome Baby GirlSerena Williams gave birth to her first child, a baby girl, sister Venus announced Friday at the US Open in New York.
Feeling Lonely? Social Media May Have Something To Do With ItIronically, researchers have found that the heaviest users of social media had about twice the odds of feeling socially isolated compared to their less “web-connected” friends.
Ken Bone's Past Comments Dug Up On RedditKen Bone is learning what it's like to be famous. Internet users have looked up Bone's past comments on Reddit, including his thoughts on a pregnant woman in a bikini and his increased "sexual satisfaction" after a vasectomy.
Captain America Fan Crunches Numbers, Says Army Owes Hero $3MCleburne resident David William Allison calculated that the United States Military owes Marvel character Captain America $3 million. He then shared his theory on Reddit.
Google & Reddit Crack Down On NudityReddit is taking a tougher stance against nudity to prevent its service from turning into online peep shows. Google is also going to ban most nude photos from its Blogger service.
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