- Now that 2012 is two-thirds over, it’s already time to label it, like the Asians do. Unlike 4709, it’s not the Year of the Dragon. It’s the Year of Anticipation.
- Living on land annexed by Israel, but still close to Syria, Druze townspeople in the Golan Heights have put their chips on a tyrant they see as their defender from radical Islam. Some are rethinking that strategy.
- A new study by the Association of Magazine Media (formerly Magazine Publishers of America, or MPA) found that social media use enhances the distribution and consumption of magazine content and fosters deeper engagement among young readers.
- Zynga Inc. lost another high-profile executive, when Alan Patmore, the San Francisco-based social game developer's general manager for its popular Facebook title "CityVille," left the company for Kixeye Inc.
- Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB)'s stock may be sinking, but it is forging ahead with an expansion to its campus in Menlo Park, Calif., designed by the renowned architect Frank Gehry.
- Kim Kardashian posted some pictures that show her with crazy hair and extreme makeup on her CeleBuzz blog where she was styled and photographed donning a Diana Ross-inspired look.
'American Horror Story' Season 2 Spoilers: 'Asylum' Teaser Number 7 May Channel The Pig Man Story Line From Season 1 [VIDEO]A seventh "American Horror Story" teaser video for season two has hit Facebook. Yesterday the viral buzz campaign released their sixth video, "Glass Prison," on the social networking site. Today, an unnamed video is promoting "Asylum."
‘American Horror Story’ Season 2 Spoilers: ‘Asylum’ Releases Teaser Number 6, ‘Glass Prison’ [VIDEO]"American Horror Story" has released yet another video for its upcoming second season. The viral buzz campaign happening on the FX drama's Facebook page have posted a sixth video for "Asylum," and just like the previous five it brings some major goose bumps.
- Salesforce.com's (NYSE: CRM) second-quarter results proved its strategy of adapting its software-as-a-service model to the increased use of the cloud by enterprises can pay off handsomely for investors.
- Salesforce.com’s (NYSE: CRM)’s second-quarter results are expected to show that its strategy of adapting its software-as-a-service model to the increased use of the cloud by enterprises can pay off handsomely for investors.
- A little over a month remains before the fairytales return to life on Sept. 30 in ABC's "Once Upon A Time." You don't have to wait until Storybrooke reopens its doors to find out what's in store for your favorite characters though. We've got some scoop on the upcoming second season.
‘American Horror Story’ Season 2 Spoilers: ‘Asylum’ Releases 2 More Teasers, ‘White Rose’ And ‘Ascend’ [VIDEOS]"American Horror Story" has released two more trailers for its upcoming second season, "Asylum." The latest two videos in the FX viral buzz campaign are labeled "White Rose" and "Ascend," and they definitely deliver the creep factor.
- After a 16-year prison stint for the 1995 arson murder that killed her 3-year-old son, Kristine Bunch was granted $5,000 cash bail at the suggestion of prosecutors.
- Given India’s long and bloody history of communal and sectarian violence, such warnings were not taken lightly.
- The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has approved the acquisition of private Instagram of San Francisco by Facebook (Nasdaq: FB), the No. 1 social networking site, the companies said. Originally priced at $1 billion, the value of the deal has shrunk to only about $750 million because of the slide in Facebook shares.
- The good news for investors in Facebook (Nasdaq: FB), the No. 1 social networking site, is that the shares didn’t set a new, post-initial public offering low on Wednesday. But they have come close, trading as low as $18.96 before recovering to $19.40, up 24 cents in late trading.
- Black Isle, the company behind such games as the original post-apocalyptic RPG “Fallout” and “Planescape: Torment” has apparently been revived by Interplay, according to Kotaku.
- A Twisted Root Burger cashier gave a one cent "Best Butt" discount to a female customer and slashed another penny off the $14.02 bill for being the "Best Looking" customer of the Texas chain restaurant.