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Verizon users, the Spring has been lean on big phone releases, but there are some heavy hitters on the way. BGR has posted a vague roadmap of phones coming to Verizon Wireless later this year.
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Scheduled to be unveiled at the De Facto Standard art exhibit in Melbourne, Australia, the latest cologne from the aptly-named Air Aroma is modeled after the smell that comes wafting out of the box once you've popped open a brand new MacBook Pro.
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If you're one of an unlucky 350,000 Internet users out there, your Internet connection could black out on July 9.
In an effort to clean up the mess left behind by an "Internet fraud ring," the FBI is urging Internet users to check their computers for an infection
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In the closing hours of the 2012 Coachella music festival last Sunday, rappers Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre did the impossible: they brought fellow hip-hop legend Tupac back to life… as a hologram.
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Gaming isn't the violence-inducing waste of time it's sometimes made out to be. Here are some important life lessons I learned from my childhood screen time.
I have a long history with educational games.
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One of the problems plaguing Pinterest is spam. The site's viral nature, emphasis on images, and lack of human interaction (or filters like friends lists) make it a very inviting space for spammers.
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Following its announcement late last month outlining plans to close 50 of its "big box" stores across the US, electronics retail chain Best Buy issued a statement on Saturday revealing the specific stores facing closure.
Of the 50 stores, two (in Kansas City, MO and Scotts