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8 Weird Reasons Pokémon Go Isn't the Game Craze We're Used To
Heavens to Charizard, Nintendo's viral comeback app is making humans pull zany, dangerous stunts, all in pursuit of stupidly adorable Pokémon.
Why the Rich and Famous are on Fire for Emojis, and Why Brands Should Care
It's all about the cash and cachet. Stephen Curry, Justin Bieber and Blac Chyna are the latest stars to keep up with the Kardashians in the keyboard invasion game.
Majority of U.S. Adults Get News From Social Media
Reddit has the largest number of users who say they get their news on the site at 70 percent, followed by Facebook users at 66 percent and Twitter at 59 percent.
This Is What Being Asleep at the Wheel of a Tesla Model S Looks Like … We Think
The snoozy GIF says it all -- or does it?
This Craft Brewery Invented a Brilliant Edible 6-Pack Holder That Helps Sea Life
Embracing social entrepreneurship with an eco twist, SaltWater Brewery uses beer-brewing byproducts to create biodegradable rings that nourish -- not maim and kill -- marine life. We'll drink to that.
The Kinky Ménage à Trois Startup That Tinder Wants to Kill (and How It's Fighting Back)
3nder, the 'Tinder for threesomes,' scored some free media coverage with its campaign to get users to ship stinky socks to Tinder.
Facebook's Zuckerberg to Meet Conservatives on Political Bias Scandal
Some 12 'conservative thought leaders' will join the meeting with Zuckerberg on Wednesday, a Facebook spokesman said.
After Trending Topics Scandal Breaks, Facebook Says 'Rigorous Guidelines' Exist to Maintain Neutrality
The social media network says no news outlets are prohibited from appearing on its trending topics list.
Facebook Reportedly Suppressed These Kinds of Stories
The claim comes from a journalist who worked on the platform's 'trending' sidebar, which shows popular articles and topics on a certain day.
Hey, Kids. Want to Be Smarter and Friendlier? Play More Video Games. Maybe.
Survey says: Blowing their brains out on video games for several hours a week might not be so bad for children after all.