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It wouldn't matter whether if it was at the gambling mecca of Vegas, or, as in the case of Behar Merlaku, at a little-known casino in the tiny Austrian town of Bregenz – if the bells and lights on the slot machine I'm on start ringing and flashing, telling m
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As if we needed any further confirmation that Big Brother is, in fact, watching, the Associated Press reports today that the Central Intelligence Agency has an entire department devoted to monitoring Twitter and Facebook posts.
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In a survey of over 2,000 women conducted by Cosmopolitan magazine, one in five women would rather give up sex for a week than giving up all the time spent on Facebook checking up on the lives of friends.
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Jay Hoff, a schoolteacher from Florida, has re-created a 6- foot-by-6-foot replica of the scene from Return of the Jedi where Emperor Palpatine visits the newly recommissioned Death Star in order to inspect Darth Vader's progress.
Taking six months, consisting of
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As news of the death of Steve Jobs spread Wednesday evening, tech luminaries and other public figures voiced their admiration for a man who, as US president Barack Obama said, was "brave enough to think differently, bold enough to believe he could change the world, an