We're less than a month away from the alleged unveiling date for the iPhone 5, and Apple fans can't wait to get their hands on the company's latest model, which promises a new exterior design and hundreds of new features inside. While selling an old smartphone or iPhone before the next one releases has a few benefits, by and large, most users should wait to sell their old iPhones to buy an iPhone 5. We explain five reasons to wait it out.
There's a burgeoning crop of studies that suggest minority groups have higher rates of disordered sleep than Caucasians.
Barry Diller's IAC/Interactivecorp reportedly has offered more than $300 million to buy information website About.com from the New York Times Co., in a move to expand IAC's Ask.com division.
Janice Min, the entertainment editor credited with helping Us Weekly "feed a hunger for celebrity," is outraged by the scrutiny of post-pregnancy female bodies. There's one-very big -- problem with that.
Controversial film directors Michael Moore and Oliver Stone joined forces to pen an op-ed Monday in The New York Times in support of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's effort to seek political asylum in Ecuador.
ABC has announced that it is matching "Jimmy Kimmel Live" up against NBC's Jay Leno and CBS's David Letterman. Kimmel will jump to the big stage, moving to 11:35 p.m. where he will be smack in the middle of the late-night lineup.
The floundering cable network has been in desperate need of a game changer to shake things up, and Zakaria's post-scandal return will offer a welcome change from the din of news pundits harping on the gaffe-of-the-week from the presidential campaign trail.
NBC has won a bidding war for a new single-camera series starring Michael J. Fox. The series is based on Fox's own life.
In case you needed any more confirmation that Apple's next iPhone is coming in September, German carrier Mobilcom Debitel has added fuel to the iPhone 5 fire. The company is now featuring a page on their site with a red veil covering what appears to be an iPhone, hinting at its September release date.
David Sacks took to Facebook over the weekend to air his grievances about the state of the revered San Franciso Bay Area long assumed to be the centerpiece for innovation within the tech industry, giving a gloomy prediction of the tech industry's future shortly after selling his own company to Microsoft.
Israeli Teens Held For 'Lynching' Of Palestinian Youths; Police Say People Watched Without Intervening
Seven Israeli teenagers were in the custody of Jerusalem police Monday in connection with the recent assault on Palestinian youths at West Jerusalem's Zion square which the Israeli authorities described as "lynching."
According to the New York Observer, three more writers have been cut from the Village Voice's already-skeletal staff, while one full-time editor was reduced to part-time status.
Just prior to its much-hyped stock market debut, Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) bought the photosharing website Instagram for $1 billion in cash and stock. Now, with the world's biggest social network trading at half its IPO price, Instagram's deal doesn't look as nearly as sweet.
William Windom, the actor best known for his roles on "Star Trek" and "Murder She Wrote," died on Thursday at his home in Woodacre, Calif., of congestive heart failure. He was 88.
Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE: DB), Germany's largest bank, is being investigated by U.S. officials over ties to Iran and Sudan.
Hungary's best and brightest are feeling pinched by an increasingly demanding government.
The regime's newfound zeal for bilateral trade with China may reveal that new economic reforms are in the pipeline. But it also risks letting more North Koreans see that things outside are way, way better
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's newly appointed running mate, Paul Ryan, has become as well known for his six pack as for his political stances.
Sony Corp. is doing its best to maintain Playstation 3 and Playstation Vita performance in the lead-up to next year's anticipated launch of its next-generation console by cutting costs and introducing a wide range of new intellectual property for the rapidly aging devices.
A Black Hawk helicopter crashed in Kandahar Province in southern Afghanistan Thursday, killing seven U.S. soldiers, three Afghan soldiers and an interpreter.
Craig Zobel's "Compliance" is being called "the most provocative film of the year" and with good reason. The film is based on a string of disturbing cases that inspired an episode of "Law and Order: SVU" and the short film "Plainview."
Time Warner Inc. (NYSE:TWX), the fourth-largest media conglomerate by market capitalization, and World Wrestling Entertainment Inc.(NYSE:WWE) are hoping an unlikely brand collaboration will create a hit.
Poor risk control, not fraud, was the reason for the disappearance of $1 billion during the collapse of MF Global.
In June, artists Chris Brown and Drake got into a brawl in a New York City nightclub. Now, they are being sued for $16 million in damages
In his masque in honor of chastity and free thinking, John Milton introduces to his audience the virtues of recta ratio, the ability to exercise reason and restraint in the face of temptation and libidinal desire.
Mark Thompson, the new CEO of the New York Times Co. (NYSE: NYT), faces numerous challenges at the newspaper -- including skepticism from his new employees.
Chris Christie will deliver the keynote address in two weeks at the Republican National Convention. Many consider the primo speaking a launching point into national prominence. But Christie already garnered attention. So why did the Republican National Committee pick him? The answer may lie in the 2004 Democratic National Convention. And the results may not bode well for Mitt Romney.
The New York Times Co. (NYSE: NYT), publisher of the third-largest U.S. newspaper by circulation, named outgoing BBC director-general Mark Thompson its new CEO on Wednesday, bringing in a broadcast journalism veteran as the company expands its video content.
Robert Pattinson's 'Cosmopolis' Set to Hit Theaters: 5 Things You Didn't Know About Cronenberg's Latest
"Cosmopolis," the highly anticipated collaboration between director David Cronenberg and "Twilight" star Robert Pattinson, is perhaps the most unconventional film of the summer.
Two unpaid interns who last year sued Fox Searchlight over work they say they should have been paid for are looking to expand the case to include all interns who participated in programs run by Fox Entertainment Group.