LOS ANGELES (AP) - Near the north pole of Mars, a piece of Ray Bradbury lives on, waiting to be discovered by someone in the future.
A digital copy of Bradbury's "The Martian Chronicles" along with works by other science fiction legends was flown into space in
TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) - Taiwan smartphone maker HTC Corp. has cut its second quarter revenue forecast by 13 percent after a patent dispute with Apple Inc. led to a delay in shipments.
HTC cut its April-June forecast to NT$91 billion ($3 billion) revenue.
By Sadie Gennis,
John Mayer thinks Taylor Swift's song "Dear John" hit a little below the belt. Mayer admitted in a new Rolling Stone interview that he was "really humiliated" by the song, which Swift supposedly wrote about him. "I didn't deserve it," Mayer says.
By Denise FoleyFrom Completely You
In 1978, I went to see the movie The Deer Hunter with a group of friends. Around the midpoint of the film, which explored the devastating effects of the Vietnam War on a group of friends from a small industrial town in western Pennsylvania, I started to cry.
NEW YORK (AP) - Elvis is back in the building - the hologram version, that is.
Like the much-hyped Tupac Shakur hologram that debuted at the Coachella music festival, Elvis Presley will get the virtual treatment by the same company that made the late rapper's
By Kate Stanhope,
Nicki Minaj's "Starships" may be one of the top songs in the country, but don't expect to hear it on New York hip-hop station Hot 97 anytime soon.
Minaj is embroiled in a feud with the radio station after she pulled out of Hot 97's annual Summer Jam concert on Su
By RYAN NAKASHIMAAP Business Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Taylor Swift's record label has cut a groundbreaking deal with radio giant Clear Channel that pays the singer and other artists more money now and paves the way for the growth of online radio.
The deal a
By Kate Stanhope,
Sheryl Crow revealed in a recent interview that doctors discovered that she had a benign brain tumor late last year.
"I worried about my memory so much that I went and got an MRI. And I found out I have a brain tumor," Crow told The Las Vegas Review-Journal.
By JAKE COYLEAP Entertainment Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - Omar, the shotgun-toting stick-up man of "The Wire," is finally getting his chance to belt out a solo.
"The Wire: The Musical" debuted Tuesday as a Web video for the site Funny Or Die.