Lawrence Taylor Jr., son of Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor, will spend the next 10 years in prison after a plea deal on statutory rape and child molestation charges. Taylor took the plea just before his trial was set to start on Monday in Cobb County, Georgia. The 33-year-old Taylor was accused of sexually assaulting…
T-Mobile is known for aggressive plays, so here’s another to add to the list. If you’re a Verizon customer, T-Mobile will lend you a free phone for two weeks. If you’re happy with the service, it’ll then buy out your contract, up to a price of $650. Read more...
T-Mobile has become a very different company under CEO John Legere. Since his appointment in 2012, T-Mobile has gone through several phases of their Uncarrier campaigns which aim to differentiate them from Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon.Show More Summary
So this is strange. Coles is running a trial of a device that lets you essentially dictate your shopping list to a device attached to a fridge magnet, and then automatically transmits that into information a Coles shopping list app or into a Coles Online order. More »
DoomGLES (now D-GLES) is a 3D hardware accelerated source port of the Doom Engine available on the Windows Phone Store. More than a simple port which only adds touch controls, it adds the following graphical effects, so it looks more modern than the original version: Realtime dynamic lighting Particles effects 3D Monsters and objects (MD2) […]
Prosecutors will be allowed to use evidence at the trial of Sen. John Sampson to argue that he lied under oath.
The world’s first human clinical trials for a treatment against Hendra virus, a rare but deadly viral disease, have just begun in Australia, using a human monoclonal antibody.
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A 21-year-old Montgomery County man accused of killing a onetime high school football star was acquitted on all charges Monday after a six-day trial.Jefferson Delgado “is home, happily having dinner with his parents,” his attorney, James Shalleck, said Monday evening. Show More Summary
The Associated Press reported last week that a Greek court had convicted a 46-year-old man of stealing electricity, although at the time of trial he had been dead for a couple of weeks. Normally, being dead is a pretty good... ...Show More Summary
Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) announced today that the company's fifth U.S. Coast Guard National Security Cutter (NSC), James (WMSL 754), has completed her acceptance trials.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev appeared to shed a tear today, exhibiting emotion for the first time in his nearly nine-week trial, as his aunt, Patimat Suleimanova, was escorted off the stand in tears, unable to compose herself enough to answer a single question. As her heavy sobs echoed throughout the courtroom while... More »
BOSTON -- All eyes have been on Dzhokhar Tsarnaev throughout his federal trial for any hint of what he’s feeling. The 21-year-old finally made some of his emotions clear Monday during testimony from aunts and cousins who hadn’t seenShow More Summary
Last week at the Milken Institute conference, Ben Horowitz, co-founder and general partner of Andreessen Horowitz, sat down with Re/Code's Kara Swisher. Swisher asked Horowitz about the Kleiner Perkins gender discrimination trial. Much of what Horowitz had to say was brutally honest. Show More Summary
"Showed no emotion" was a phrase often repeated in media reports throughout the first phase of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's trial. That changed today. The Boston Marathon bomber "appeared to break down" as his 64-year-old aunt took the stand, the Globe reports; she's one of five relatives who testified today as part...
The Boston bomber cries, and wipes tears from his face, showing the first sign of emotion since his trial for the Boston Marathon bombings began. According to MSN, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev couldn’t hold back his tears when his aunt (his mother’s sister) took the witness stand on Monday. Show More Summary
Jurors in the Boston bombing trial have found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty of murder and other horrific acts of violence. They now have to make the difficult choice of deciding which punishment is most appropriate for his crimes: the death...Show More Summary
Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams seek new trial in Blurred Lines case, Kim Dotcom gets 3 more months and Mayweather fight streamed over Periscope.
Prosecutor says release of tape could "unfairly prejudice" prospective jurors.
Things are heating up in the music streaming arena since the market is being hotly contested by services willing to get a piece of the pie. Google is just one of the many companies that are running a music streaming service and now the company has decided to double the free trial period for its unlimited Play Music All Access service. Show More Summary