Despite being called “social media,” sites such as Facebook and Twitter are often used by people who have little face-to-face interaction with one another — even if they’re in the same city. But a new social network called Nextdoor is hoping to change that.
Not many people can say the Queen of England has seen their bare backside, but Liam Warriner of Australia can.
During the monarch’s recent visit to Brisbane, her motorcade was treated to a “full moon” when Warriner dropped trou and ran about 50 yards alongside the cars with an Australian flag wedged between his buttocks.
Even people who really enjoy traveling will tell you not all flights are created equal, and that’s where a new Android app called Hipmunk can help.
Designed as an alternative to traditional flight search sites, Hipmunk’s developers say it “doesn’t just show you the cheapest flight first — the app instead sorts by ‘agony,’ which incorporates important factors like how long you’ll be traveling and how many stops you’ll make.”
Beatles fans often clamor to get their hands on just about anything related to the Fab Four, but this is one piece of memorabilia that may give pause to even the most rabid collector: a tooth, purportedly pulled from the mouth of John Lennon.
In a White House briefing held Friday, President Obama announced the remaining American troops in Iraq will be home by the end of the year, closing a war effort there that has killed more than 4,400 US servicepeople and wounded 32,000 more since 2003.
“After nine years, America’s war in Iraq will be over,” the president said.
In a move sure to get a few yells of “yippee-ki-yay!” from Bruce Willis fans, the fifth installment of the star’s popular ‘Die Hard’ franchise has a name and a release date — it’ll be called ‘A Good Day to Die Hard’ and hit theaters on Valentine’s Day of 2013.
For about a year, a man using the pseudonym Phoenix Jones has donned a costume and mask and prowled the streets of Seattle in an effort to thwart crime. But early Monday morning, it was the self-styled superhero who found himself behind bars.
Seattle police say Jones approached a group of people at about 2:30 a.m. and assaulted them with pepper spray. The individuals involved say they were “dancing and having a good time” after leaving a Seattle nightclub, but Jones maintains they were fighting and he was simply breaking it up.
Netflix has been doing so much backpedaling lately, it’s surprising the company hasn’t adopted a bicycle for its logo.
In the most recent reversal, Netflix announced Monday that it’s scrapping a plan to split its streaming and DVD-by-mail services into two different companies and would instead keep both under the Netflix name. The abandoned idea would’ve seen the mailed DVD service take on the name Qwikster, with a separate website and separate billing.
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