Google Play, an app store run by Google Inc., has been showing swift and impressive growth ever since its launch in 2012, never slowing down and slowly but steadily catching up with its main competitor, App Store owned by Apple Inc.Show More Summary
But, predictably, the liberal media was not a fan of his conservative values and ideals that he extolled during his speech at CPAC 2015.
He may throw his hat in the ring for the GOP, but there has been some pushback in his own state due to Common Core and Medicaid expansion.
Bungie’s “Destiny” was the most anticipated game of last year, but it fell short of its immense expectations. But, critics might need to visit their initial reviews. After several updates, including the biggest one arriving this week in the 1.1.1 patch, Destiny is now a much different game than it was when it launched in September. Show More Summary
This could be the biggest speech of his political year, as he is facing re-election and Iran could get an easier path to nuclear weapons.
He won the straw poll, finishing ahead of the rest of the list of 16 potential candidates. But, CPAC’s poll hasn’t translated into who wins the nomination.
While “CBS Sunday Morning” is far and away the most-watched Sunday morning newscast, ABC’s “Good Morning America” finished the February sweep ahead of NBC’s “Today” for the first time ever among the A25-54 demo. \"GMA Sunday\" debuted...Show More Summary
A prominent expert on the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 mystery published last week the latest version of his theory that the missing plane was actually hijacked and landed at a Russia-controlled airfield in Kazakhstan. Jeff Wise, an...Show More Summary
Greg Gutfeld is leaving \"Red Eye\" for a new, one-hour weekend primetime show on Fox News Channel. Before starting the new gig, he said goodbye to “Red Eye” after an eight-year run on last night’s episode. Gutfeld thanked John Moody, Roger...Show More Summary
Yes, two parties signed the memo that would restrict Hillary Clinton receiving foreign donations to her foundation while at the State Department, but is it enforceable? Nope.
Boston Globe’s Thomas Farragher recalls an editor who “generously gave me the chance to learn by my mistakes.” One of them: Letting the F-word get on the front page. (bostonglobe.com) What went down at BuzzFeed on The Night of the Dress: (buzzfeed.com) | “There was a crowd of people looking at this photo … Read More
It simply isn’t true that an algorithmic filter can be designed to remove the designers from the equation. That assertion melts on contact, and a New York Times reporter who receives such a claim from a Facebook engineer should somehow signal to us that he knows how bogus it is. In today’s New York Times, […]
He recently bristled at a question about how his ratings have fallen, but this seems like a PR stunt reeking of desperation.
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, who lost her first political race in California, insisted at CPAC 2015 that she’s not a “token” candidate. Maybe she’s gunning for a vice president spot? She hasn’t won anything.
The WWE made a high-profile pit stop on the Road to Wrestlemania Friday night when it invaded Madison Square Garden for what is known as a "house show." A house show is a live WWE event that isn't broadcast on television. The performers...Show More Summary
There is something going on at the news organization formerly known as the Cleveland Plain Dealer that the world should know about. It’s not hard to describe but it is hard to explain, especially because the guy who made the call has put up a stone wall since. That would be Chris Quinn, vice president […]
Sounds like a pattern, right? The liberal press, Jezebel, The Daily Beast and Huffington Post, accused Scott Walker, the presumed GOP front-runner for the 2016 nomination, of pushing to eliminate rules on reporting college rapes. But, they didn’t mention the university system already had standards in place and this wasn’t a bad thing. Here’s the […]
This sparks the debate, should college give illegal immigrant students financial aid directly out of their own funds? Doesn’t this disenfranchise American residents and citizens from getting that aid?
A compliment recently paid by one top CBS executive to another has been taken back. From today’s New York Times corrections: Because of an editing error, an article last Saturday about an agreement by the boxers Floyd Mayweather andShow More Summary