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Tiger Woods, Microsoft and the Tea Party are all reasserting themselves. Welcome to your post-weekend trends report for May 13, 2013. Woods won his 78th PGA event Sunday in Ponte Vedra Beach, showing further recovery from a series of injuries and marital...
It's Europe Day! (Yeah, we didn't know that either.) Welcome to your trends report for Friday, May 10. You're not alone if you were in the dark about the EU's annual holiday: Apparently, very few Europeans know that it exists. Nonetheless, between that,...
Former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford has been elected to the House (or at least that's where we hear he's going). Welcome to your trends report for Monday, May 8, 2013. Sanford will head to Capitol Hill after facing off against Elizabeth...
Tags: Desmond Jennings, J.A. Happ, Tampa Bay Rays, Indiana Pacers, BBC
Israel and Syria continue to fight, Robert Downey Jr. continues to pretend to fight, and in sunny, pastoral northern Pennsylvania, a former judge is still getting international attention a week after his sentencing over what amounts to a human-...
Digg is aiming to release a beta version of its RSS reader some time in June, ahead of the July 1 closing of Google Reader, but it may not be free. After Google announced it would be shutting down its RSS reader back in March, Digg promised users it...
Tags: Google Inc., Social Media, Media Industry
Stars are shooting, drinking, driving and chomping, and the government is watching. Welcome to your post-weekend trends report for April 22, 2013. You have to love Congress. America's favorite band of geriatric jokers decided it would be hi-LAR-ious to...
Tags: Google Inc., Explosions, Crimes, U.S. Congress, Social Media
Spanish actress Sara Montiel is dead at 85, Don Draper is having a depressing time of things, and a nice German man has invented a faster way to apply contraception. Welcome to your post-weekend trends report for Monday, April 8, 2013. Montiel, who...
Earlier we showed some of the first April Fools' Day pranks posted online by tech companies, with Google notably leading the way, but more companies have joined in on the humorous holiday with pranks of their own. From Netflix's super-specific movie and...
Ahead of a press event Tuesday, T-Mobile quietly updated its website this weekend to announce that it was doing away with service contracts. With the move, T-Mobile becomes the first major U.S. carrier to drop smartphone subsidies. The Seattle company...
This morning, Baltimore young'uns with their eyes all aglow are hoping for a snow day. Republican Senator Rand Paul, meanwhile is charitably hoping that if the glow happens to come from the burning of an illicit substance, the kids' lives won't be...
Tags: David Mamet, Google Inc., Arnold Palmer, Lotteries, Social Media
Digg has received more than 800 comments on a blog that the social news website posted last week to announce it would develop a replacement for Google Reader, which is slated to shut down July 1. "That’s more than we received when we told the...
Tags: Google Inc., Social Media
Twitter turned 7 Thursday, and to celebrate the occasion, the social network posted a quick video timeline recapping its history from an idea on a notebook to the major tech player it is today. The video starts by showing the sketch for a site called...
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