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  • Taco Bell to Canada: You can have breakfast, when you take Justin Bieber back

    Taco Bell to Canada: You can have breakfast, when you take Justin Bieber back
    Hey, Canadians, if you want to get your hands on Taco Bell's new waffle tacos, A.M. Crunchwraps or any of the chain's new breakfast items, you're going to have to become Beliebers.  When Taco Bell President Brian Niccol signed on to Reddit on Thursday...
  • 'Enlisted' knew it needed to enlist help to get military comedy right

    'Enlisted' knew it needed to enlist help to get military comedy right
    "Enlisted" Creator Kevin Biegel and Executive Producer Mike Royce decided in 2012 to create a TV workplace comedy about the military. The odds were not in their favor. Prime-time television, once home to madcap military adventures like Sgt. Bilko on...
  • Some Mozilla employees ask CEO to resign for his support of Prop 8

    Some Mozilla employees ask CEO to resign for his support of Prop 8
    Multiple employees of Mozilla, the maker of Firefox, have asked new Chief Executive Brendan Eich to step down for his support of Proposition 8, the California constitutional amendment that disallowed the marriage of same-sex couples. Mozilla appointed...
  • Facebook making drones, satellites and lasers to deliver Internet

    Facebook making drones, satellites and lasers to deliver Internet
    Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday announced the Facebook Connectivity Lab, a division within his company that is working with drones, satellites and lasers to bring Internet connectivity to those who don't yet have it. The effort is a part of Internet.org,...
  • Turkey blocks YouTube after banning Twitter

    Turkey blocks YouTube after banning Twitter
    After first blocking Twitter, Turkey has now also blocked access to YouTube, according to numerous reports.  The action comes after a recording allegedly containing audio from a meeting among many top Turkish officials was leaked onto the Google-owned...
  • Asian gang figure 'Shrimp Boy' at center of Yee scandal

    Asian gang figure 'Shrimp Boy' at center of Yee scandal
    The arrest of state Sen. Leland Yee shook California political watchers Wednesday, but for followers of Bay Area crime it was the arrest of a San Francisco figure known as "Shrimp Boy" that caught their attention. Both Yee and Raymond Chow, AKA...
  • Twitter adds ability to post multiple photos, tag friends

    Twitter adds ability to post multiple photos, tag friends
    In its continuing quest to make its service more attractive to casual users, Twitter has added the ability for users to post multiple pictures at once as well as tag friends in their photos. Users can tag up to 10 people in their photos. More...
  • Oculus fans, supporters upset over Facebook acquisition

    Oculus fans, supporters upset over Facebook acquisition
    Oculus may be happy about its $2-billion deal to be acquired by Facebook, but the virtual reality start-up's supporters are definitely not. The Irvine company gained a strong following in the worlds of tech and gaming after taking to Kickstarter in 2012...
  • Facebook buys virtual reality firm Oculus for $2 billion

    Facebook buys virtual reality firm Oculus for $2 billion
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Facebook said it would buy virtual reality company Oculus VR for about $2 billion in cash and stock. Oculus is the Irvine, Calif., maker of the Rift headset. The company will continue to operate independently within Facebook, Chief...
  • Facebook shares fall 7% on Oculus deal

    Facebook shares fall 7% on Oculus deal
    SAN FRANCISCO -- The reality of Facebook’s $2-billion-plus acquisition of Oculus VR set in on Wall Street on Wednesday, dragging down Facebook shares and the Nasdaq. Facebook fell nearly 7% to $60.38 one day after it announced its second...
  • Turkish court suspends government ban on Twitter use

    Turkish court suspends government ban on Twitter use
    ISTANBUL, Turkey -- A Turkish court on Wednesday suspended a controversial ban on Twitter following an appeal even as the site’s lawyers pursue separate legal action against the government's shutdown order, local media reports. Senior members of...