Michael Jackson Hologram Woos Crowd
The King of Pop performed “Slave to the Rhythm” from his new posthumous album, Xscape, at the Billboard Music Awards.
Sex-Positive Female Masturbation App Rejected From App Store
A game called Happy PlayTime, in which a little anthropomorphized cartoon vulva teaches women how to be comfortable with their own bodies.
U.S. Files Hacking Charges Against China
“They used military and intelligence facilities to commit cyber espionage against U.S. companies.”
AT&T to Buy DirecTV for $48B
The merger will secure a sizable chunk of the pay-TV customer base for AT&T, as DirecTV has about 20 million subscribers, and raise new concerns about competition and consumer choice.
Putin Orders Russian Troops Home
On Monday, Putin ordered Russian military units on “planned spring training exercises” back to their home bases after criticism from the West and threats of more sanctions.
Inside The U.S. Government’s War On Tech Support Scammers
Sitting in front of her PC, the phone in her hand connected to a tech support company half a world away, Sheryl Novick was about to get scammed…
YouTube To Reportedly Acquire Videogame-Streaming Service Twitch For $1 Billion
If completed the acquisition would be the most significant in the history of YouTube, which Google acquired in 2006 for $1.65 billion.
Long Before Jack Daniel’s, George Washington Was A Whiskey Tycoon
The Founding Father spent his post-presidency years presiding over a booming alcohol business – not to mention, he also smoked weed.
Why 1.5 Million People Are On A Dating Site Called Farmers Only
Dating sites like OKCupid and Match.com are great if you live in a city, where you go on dates with matches and never seen them again if it doesn’t work out. But what if you live in a town with, say, 8,000 people?