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Poor Microsoft doesn't understand what tablets are for
In New York on Monday, Microsoft unveiled two new tablets aimed at solidifying the company's hold on a key niche market: people who hate fun.
VIDEO: Professor who wrote about hate crimes attacked
Attackers yelled "Get Osama" and "terrorist" as they carried out a hate crime against a Sikh professor.
If your desk is a mess, you must be a genius
According to a new study, the mental disruption inflicted by a messy space "can produce fresh insights," but it can also relax crucial internal codes.
Pet Talk: The importance of a 'pet'icure
When it comes to an afternoon of pampering at the nail salon, our pets don't always find it as relaxing as their human friends.
VIDEO: Winning ticket sold in SC for Powerball Jackpot
Officials with the South Carolina Education Lottery say a $400 million winning ticket in the latest Powerball drawing was sold at a service station west of Columbia. Winners do not have to come forward publicly.
'Weirdddd': Twitter reactions to Apple's iOS7
Apple released the latest incarnation of its mobile operating system, iOS 7, on Wednesday. Many early adopters took to Twitter to voice their opinions (and, at times, frustrations) on the upgrade. Here is a sampling.
Syrian rebels use iPad to aim mortars
A video appears to show Free Syrian Army Rebels using an iPad in order to aim a mortar.
It looks like the fighters are mostly just using the device as a level.
Your Facebook password belongs in your will
The average American values his or her digital assets, such as photo libraries, personal communication, and entertainment files, at about $55,000, a value based on sentimental attachments as well as financial investments in music, application and software purchases.
VIDEO: First Indian-American crowned Miss America, racist tweets follow
After crowning the new Miss America, an Indian-American woman, racists tweets poured in including references to terrorist organizations and saying the winner wasn't really an American citizen.
VIDEO: President Obama reacts to D.C. Naval Yard shooting
Obama addresses the nation and says, "We don't know all the facts but we know that several people have been shot."
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