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According to an article published in USA Today , nearly 1 in 3 people will be arrested by the time they reach age 23. In these days of rapid Internet connectivity, many of these people will see their faces plastered all over websites like Arrests.org.
Television Q&A I have not seen a release date for the third season of, which stars Timothy Olyphant and has finished airing on FX. The two previous seasons have hit home video in January 2011 and 2012 respectively, not long before the next season's
A U.S. judge rejected Facebook Inc's proposed legal settlement to resolve allegations that the social networking company violated its members' rights through the its 'Sponsored Stories' advertising feature.
The latest installment of Instagram came with a nifty new photo journal feature called Photo Maps. Sadly, along for the ride was a not-so-nifty bug that temporarily exposed users' private photos to the public. Thursday marked the release of Instagram
A new app is being tested in Nashville that can check in people on Facebook and send them offers using facial-recognition cameras. Called Facedeals, the new service uses cameras installed at businesses' front doors to read people's faces as they
Sahit Muja: Facebook's bubble has burst shares drop 50 percent. The investors who bought the Facebook hype must now suffer a fool’s disgrace as they watch their favorite IPO go from $38 dollars a share to $19.05, down
The problem, as Eric sees it, is that there's plenty of lock-up expirations ahead. On Nov. 14 alone, around 1.2 billion shares will once again have their lock-ups expire. Granted, many of those shares belong to insiders like Mark Zuckerberg, but
New activities are available at Norwegian Cruise Line's private island in the Bahamas for a fee. The Miami-based cruise operator announced the new additions this week. A Plantation shopping center just sold for $15.7 million providing another example
Idaho has been cleared to compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision as an independent, joining schools such as Notre Dame, BYU, Army and Navy as schools without a conference. Joe Paterno had to be prodded by his family to read the grand jury report
Academia.edu , a website that has crowdsourced 1.5 million academic papers, has given university professors the ability to track who's actually reading their academic papers and research. In its initial incarnation, Academia.edu was designed as a