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Eminem sets the record straight with most Facebook likes

08/01/2012, There seems to be this popularity contest going on among celebrities in the world of social networks, and you might just be surprised to hear who the “winner” is when it comes to an artist who has the most Facebook “likes”. I would...

Check out the Return of the Jedi Lego Chess Set

07/30/2012, Lego fans, Star Wars fans, and chess fans all have something to rejoice about today, a Return of the Jedi Lego chess set. The board is the third part of a series of chess sets designed by Brandon Griffith, a member of LUGOLA(LEGO Users Group of Los...

Interim CEO Ross Levinsohn steps down from Yahoo

07/30/2012, Ross Levinsohn, the interim CEO of Yahoo, has reportedly left the Internet giant after losing to former Google executive and now newly appointed CEO Marissa Mayer. Levinsohn, who joined Yahoo in 2010 serving as Executive Vice President of Americas, was...

Mario-themed marriage proposal is geeky sweet

07/27/2012, Dimmie Flay of Australia and her boyfriend used to play Mario games while they were still young. And apparently they still do now. Dimmie decided to go against the odds by proposing to her boyfriend. How? She came up with a brilliant idea – a...

Austrian daredevil jumps from a balloon 96,640 feet in the air

07/27/2012, Austrian professional skydiver and BASE jumper Felix Baumgartner will be the perfect fit for a daredevil. For Baumgartner, it’s all about pushing limits. Apparently bagging the world records for the highest parachute jump from the Petronas Towers in...

AT&T expands 4G LTE coverage to new areas

07/26/2012, Just a few weeks after deploying its 4G LTE to several new cities, AT&T is now expanding its LTE network to a few more areas. Joining in are Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Florida, and Worcester, Massachusetts. Additionally, AT&T is also...

Wireless hotspots will be banned from London Olympics

07/25/2012, The 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London will officially commence this Friday, the 27th of July. If you’re planning to spend your weeks watching the games, you might want to leave that wireless router behind. That’s because the London...

Android is designed for piracy, developer says

07/25/2012, Scottish developer Matt Gemmell is saying that Android’s open source philosophy is designed for piracy from the ground up. If you’re taken aback by Gemmell’s statement, he has a lengthy post on his blog to explain his presumption....