HTC One X+ Specs Leaked; Device Likely To Come With 1.6GHz Quad-Core CPU, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean And MoreUntil now, very little information about the HTC One X+ has been revealed. But an XDA Developer forum member, with the Twitter handle @Football4PDA, seems to have some interesting details about the rumored handset.
- A Roman Catholic priest in northern Connecticut has been rebuked by the archbishop of Hartford after he participated in his cousin's same-sex marriage ceremony. Archbishop of Hartford Henry J. Mansell rebuked the Rev. Michael DeVito, of the Sacred Heart Church in Suffield, following the Aug. 17 wedding in New York.
New York Fashion Week: Heidi Klum, Ryan Lochte And A Slew of Celebrities Show Up For Day Two [PHOTOS]Celebrities from Project Runway host Heidi Klum to Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte showed up for day two of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York.
- U.S. swimmer Ryan Lochte has done anything but shy away from the limelight since the conclusion of the London 2012 Olympic Games. Lochte has been rumored to be starring in his own reality-television show, made cameo appearances on the CW's "90210" and NBC's "30 Rock," and now has fessed up about having a crush on Blake Lively, star of the CW's "Gossip Girl."
- When it comes to the film industry, risky comedies starring women are scare. It seems that for every 10 movies like "The Hangover," there are one or two like "Bridesmaids." Leslye Headland's "Bachelorette" is one of those rare motion pictures that dare to feature inherently flawed female characters.
- Viewing child pornography in New York is back to being illegal after Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill Friday closing a loophole that had made viewing kiddie porn legal in the Empire State.
- The Belarus star shined against error-prone Maria Sharapova.
- The Department of Homeland Security jokingly issued a warning to people in the path of a disaster to prepare as though there's a zombie apocalypse on the horizon. The warning comes in the wake of the cannibal attacks earlier this summer and Hurricane Isaac.
- Shepard Fairey, the artist behind the famous 2008 "HOPE" poster of President Barack Obama, was sentenced to two years of probation (which includes 300 hours of community service) and fined $25,000 in a New York Court on Friday.
- Dubai International is rapidly becoming a major international connection. For ailing Qantas Airways Limited (ASX: QAN) the move of its European hub from Singapore to the UAE will help lower the cost of shuttling travelers back and forth between Melbourne or Sydney and London.
- Uber Technologies, the private developer of a smartphone app that matches cabdrivers with passengers, drove over a gigantic pothole when it tried to launch in New York City this week: the venerable Taxi and Limousine Commission.
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- The first day of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York was a stellar start to the introduction of the Spring 2013 collections despite the MTV VMA awards taking place simultaneously at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif.
- Germany is currently seeing better-than-predicted GDP growth, low unemployment, and steady prices. Surprisingly, economists say a recession is around the corner.
- Each team makes there 2012 NFL debut this weekend. Here are some predictions for division winners, Super Bowl matchup, MVP and a complete season preview.
- Apple is all set to unveil its next-generation smartphone next Wednesday, but when can we expect to see the iPhone 5 on store shelves? Reports for the last several months have pegged Friday, Sept. 21 as the new iPhone's alleged release date, and a new report released Friday gives more credence to the rumors.
- Amber Rose, a model and Smirnoff spokeswoman, confirmed pregnancy rumors last night at the MTV VMA Awards. She is engaged to "Work Hard, Play Hard" rappper Wiz Khalifa