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Apple iPhone 5 Release Date Approaches: 5 Reasons You Should Wait To Sell Your Current Phone

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.

Fareed Zakaria's Redemption Song: Is This Just What CNN Needs?

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.

Silicon Valley Is Dying - Yammer CEO

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.

‘Compliance’: A Haunting, Disturbing True Story

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."

The Unofficial Alliance Of The BBC And The Guardian

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.

A Podium As Bait-And-Switch: Chris Christie’s Moment As GOP Convention Keynote Speaker

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.

New York Times Names New CEO With Strong Broadcast Ties

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.