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Jobs, directed by Michael Bay

The upcoming Steve Jobs biopic is going through some growing pains, with would-be director David Fincher no longer on board to guide the project. We've already taken a look at what the flick could look like, depending on which director ends up taking...

Alan Thicke: 'I have a better body' than Homer Simpson'

In the saturated world of sitcom dads, actor Alan Thicke thinks one stands out above the rest — and it just so happens to be his former "Growing Pains" character Jason Seaver.Thicke and his wife Tanya Callou, stars of the new reality...Show More Summary

Beats Music app updated with new widget, social account linking and player improvements

Although the Beats Music app wasn't the best out of the gates, they've realized some of the growing the pains along the way and listened to user feedback. A new update pushing through Google Play right now brings some requested social...Show More Summary

Alan Thicke on His New Reality Sitcom and Being ‘Considerably More Boring Than Jason Seaver’

Given that Alan Thicke will forever be associated with the 1985–92 sitcom Growing Pains, his latest TV project feels downright Warholian. He stars in Unusually Thicke, a Canadian-produced “reality sitcom” premiering tonight on the TV Guide Network that sends up annoying reality-programming tropes (e.g., intrusively plucky background music, swooping establishing... More »

Childish Gambino’s NPR Rap Growing Pains

“Buy me out of my contract” is a record industry gripe most often reserved for major label artists who’ve been placed in limbo. Signed but not totally developed, unable to release music despite being paid (often large quantities of money) to do just that. Artists like … Read More

LevelUp exploits smart bundling to drop credit card interchange fees to 1.95%, saving merchants boatloads

Its no secret that the payments market needs disrupting. Ask any merchant who’s paying upwards of three to five percent of every transaction for processing and that fact becomes painfully obvious. And consumers are growing weary of carrying around wallets full of plastic when a powerful supercomputer typically sits just a few inches away. But despite this rabid demand, even...

Blurred Lines: Alan Thicke's Unusually Thicke Is Not Your Average Reality Show

Robin Thicke might hate these blurred lines, but his father sure doesn't. (Not like that!) Alan Thicke, the erstwhile patriarch Jason Seaver on Growing Pains, returns to TV on Wednesday on Unusually Thicke (10/9c, TVGN), his reality-sitcom hybrid that's real, but not really. Show More Summary

Growing Pains’ Jeremy Miller Talks About Addiction

4 days agoHealth / Addiction : The Fix

The former child star opened up about his alcohol addiction, which began when he was just four years old.

Coinbase’s App Store Serves up Bitcoin Applications

Despite volatility and growing pains common in new markets, many believe that crytocurrencies like Bitcoin are going to revolutionize digital commerce. That has created a gold rush as entrepreneurs and companies move to take advantage of the opportunities Bitcoin has created.

Alan Thicke sums up new show: It's 'Honey Boo Boo meets Larry David'

"Growing Pains" star Alan Thicke is returning to the small screen for a new show, but this time he won't be playing a character like Jason Seaver. The actor will just be himself in his new reality TV show, "Usually Thicke" — well, sort...Show More Summary

Growing Pains Felt As World Shifts Away from Incentivized Clean Energy

In 2013, the addition of renewable capacity slowed slightly compared to the previous year as a result of shrinking governmental incentives and investment, according to a new report from The Pew Chartiable Trusts. While the survey found...Show More Summary

Developers Discuss Next-Gen Growing Pains

It's been six months since bouncing baby PS4s and Xbox Ones started landing on doorsteps, and things are still... transition-y. Titanfall runs great on Xbox 360, Borderlands is staying last-gen, and PS4 is getting a Last of Us port. What do you think? Are you optimistic, or are you regretting your purchase? Read more...

Watch An Entire Episode Of Saturday Night Live In 2 Minute Timelapse Video

Say what you will about this transitionary 39th season of Saturday Night Live—there's certainly been a lot of growing pains among a huge cast overhaul—but SNL and various castmembers have done an excellent job of putting interesting content online, from backstage tours to Brooks Wheelan's timelapse of his year. Show More Summary

A Human-Friendly City Is a Horse-Friendly City

Central Park has been New York City's urban sanctuary for more than 150 years. In the 1850s, the bustling city was already experiencing growing pains as traffic snarled crowded streets and rapid growth built up every inch of open space. Show More Summary

Cancer Immunotherapy's Growing Pains

Cancer immunotherapy, which I've written about several times here (and which has claimed the constant attention of biopharma investors for some time now) has run into an inevitable difficulty: its patients are very sick, and its effects are very strong. Show More Summary

44 Things Bloggers Should Be Delegating to Virtual Staff to Catapult Their Online Growth

This is a guest post contribution by Chris Ducker. One of the biggest pain points that comes up when I talk to bloggers about growing their blogs is that there simply isn’t enough time in the day to do everything they need to, to truly start to catapult the growth of their blog/s. As someone [...]Show More Summary

Did Robin Thicke Try To Win Back Paula Patton With Some Help From His Dad?

Robin Thicke reportedly reached out to his famous dad during his quest to win back Paula Patton. Since former Growing Pains star Alan Thicke occasionally has a way with the ladies, the “Blurred Lines” singer asked his father to help saving his marriage. TVNZ claims that Alan has a “close bond” with his son’s wife,

Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low x EA Sports – ‘NBA Live 2014? Detailed Look

With their growing pains clearly behind them, Under Armour continues to make great basketball sneakers but haven’t been getting the attention their products deserve. In 2013 the Anatomix Spawn basketball sneaker officially debuted and is one of the three best basketball sneakers they ever made as well as one of the best basketball sneakers on […]

The Growing Pains of SXSW: An Interview with Brian Solis by @murraynewlands

2014 represents the 20th anniversary of SXSW Interactive. Even at the ripe age of 20, the show is still experiencing growing pains…in a good way. Brian Solis is one of the preeminent thought leaders in marketing and disruptive technologies...Show More Summary

Giants Welcome New MLB Season with Instant Replay's 1st Controversy

Going into the 2014 MLB season, baseball fans welcomed the advent of instant replay in the sport but knew there would be growing pains. Just a couple of games in, the Giants suffered growing anguish. Thanks to, we take you to...Show More Summary

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