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The Killers ask Panda Express for free food after spotting their lyrics on a fortune cookie

Image: Stephen Chernin/AP By Christina Careaga2017-01-10 22:44:20 UTC “And someone is calling my name / From the back of the Panda Express.” Alternative rock band and The OC soundtrack extraordinaires The Killers have called out popular restaurant chain Panda Express ...

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The NFL will reportedly relax their social media rules so teams can post more GIFs and videos

About two months ago the NFL implemented a new social media policy that effectively banned teams from posting any video-based content during games. The backlash was tremendous, with fans and teams criticizing the NFL for negatively impacting fan’s social media ...

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People are wasting their good tortillas on moon memes

By Jessye McGarry2016-11-15 16:08:22 UTC For some, it was too cloudy to get a good look at last night’s supermoon. In order to make up for what they couldn’t see, people on Twitter hung their good tortillas on windows to ...

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Report shows Americans abandoned their news apps as election fatigue kicked in

A new report from mobile analytics firm Flurry out this morning shows how Americans’ overwhelming election fatigue and disinterest in continuing to follow political news stories played out during the U.S. Elections. The firm found that two of the lowest dips in ...

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Leica and Huawei express their love for each other with a joint research lab

Before the iPhone 7 made dual lenses cool… no, scratch that, Huawei and Leica made it cool first (and plenty others made it dorky). The result of their collaboration, the P9, has sold well enough that the two companies are ...

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Espresa wants to help companies pamper their employees

The range of benefits that Silicon Valley companies offer employees may vary from dental, vision and 401(k) all the way to yoga massages, car washes and beauty services. With tech giants like Facebook and Google making a big deal about the benefits they ...

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App lets visually impaired in India hear books in their native language

For the millions upon millions of visually impaired people in India, it can be difficult getting hold of the audiobook they want in the language they need it in. A project from Carnegie Mellon University and partners aims to fix ...

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The average age for a child getting their first smartphone is now 10.3 years

This week I ended up with an advance copy of Influence Central’s new report called Kids & Tech: The Evolution of Today’s Digital Natives. The report—which is a subsection from a larger, ongoing study of 500 women across the USA—details findings on the ...

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RebelMouse’s new Discovery tool helps publishers find the right people to promote their stories

Social media startup RebelMouse has created a new tool for publishers — Rebel Discovery, which helps those publishers identify the social media accounts that they should be sharing stories with for maximum impact. Founder and CEO Paul Berry said that ...

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Oculus CEO hopes Rift spurs gamers to upgrade their ‘crappy PCs’

Share This article The CEO of Oculus, Palmer Lucky, did a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) yesterday, where he touched on several interesting topics — including some much-needed clarification on how the Oculus Store will function, and the future of ...

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