Another busy week is wrapping up, and this weekend is the perfect time for catching up with all the news in social media and tech that you might have missed. With big announcements from Myspace and Facebook, and some unearthing of lies from Lance Armstrong and Manti Te'o we've got you covered from industry updates to entertainment news.
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A new web app from Warner Bros. for the upcoming Man of Steel movie lets users become part of Superman's world — turning fans of the superhero into children of planet Krypton
The Glyph Creator app, which Warner Bros.
Stop the madness, everyone. The verdict is out — it's pronounced "JIF," not "GIF".
The U.S. government’s price-fixing lawsuit against Apple goes to trial next month in New York.
If you're a foreign student who studied for an advanced math or science degree in the United States, you might know how tough it can be to stay in the country when you're done with your studies.
It's a dream come true for fans across the entire nerd spectrum: a life-sized X-Wing fighter built entirely of LEGOs
(Just take a second to let the awesomeness of that sentence sink in.
What is it about kids that makes their nonsensical comments and absurd thoughts sound brilliant? Oh yes, they are so darn cute
Kids often get away with murder — on the English language, that is.
Twitter took the stage at Internet Week New York Thursday to introduce a new advertising product for media and consumer brands.
Chicken and waffles for breakfast, Seth Rogan and Katherine Heigl as a couple in Knocked Up, Snoop Lion and Miley Cyrus teaming up for a reggae song: some things shouldn't work — yet, they totally do.
Robert Reimann watched the second plane hit the South Tower of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001 and then observed as his office nearby destroyed as the towers fell.
The directions were simple: Illustrate your "best day ever." Sabrina Brady of Wisconsin's Sparta High School combined Google's logo with a memorable and moving six-frame story.