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Football: Germany wins 3rd Place in World Cup 2010 in South Africa
Three-time champions Germany finished third for the second successive World
Cup after coming from behind to defeat Uruguay 3-2 in Port Elizabeth on
China renews Google license
Google said Friday that it has renewed its license with the Chinese
government to continue operating in that country, ending a standoff over
censorship with the search engine.
Shock as UK manhunt ends in shooting
The week-long hunt for fugitive gunman Raoul Moat ended early Saturday when
the 37-year-old shot himself after a six-hour standoff with police in
Sri Lankan minister ends 'Death Fast'
Sri Lanka politician Wimal Weerawansa ended his "fast unto death" on
Saturday when the nation's president gave him water and an ambulance rushed
him to a hospital.
Police: Goalie watched girlfriend killed in Brazil
A Brazilian goal keeper, who police named a prime suspect in the
disappearance and murder of a woman said to be his former girlfriend, has
refused to answer questions on his alleged involvement, police said Friday.
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$1M Roman treasure unearthed
An amateur treasure hunter armed with a metal detector has found over 52,000
Roman coins worth $1 million buried in a field, one of the largest ever such
finds in the U.K., said the British Museum. |
Victoms of boat wreck Hungarian tourists
The Hungarian teens and young adults had traveled to here to experience American
culture. Now, the group will return home without two of its members, carrying
memories of a tragic boating accident.
Campell wil appear at war crimes trial
Model Naomi Campbell will appear before the war crimes tribunal of former
Liberian President Charles Taylor, according to a statement from her
Iran promotes 'Islamic' haircuts
The Islamic regime, which strictly enforces head coverings for women, issued
grooming guidelines for the guys this week.
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Whose seeing the 'Despicable Me'?
A heat wave is striking the northeastern U.S. this week. Are you there?
iPhone 4 films
Make a one-minute video package shot and edited on your phone with
Are you getting answers?
In the Gulf? Share your experience with BP.
Ask Zac Efron
The "High School Musical" heartthrob has an upcoming movie, "Charlie St.
Art in Turkey from a hot air balloon
It is unlikely anything would fully eclipse the World Cup final,
but the universe is giving it a shot.
NTP Inc., a patent holding company that shook up the tech world
several years ago by extracting a pricey legal settlement from
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion, announced Friday it had
launched a fresh barrage of patent infringement lawsuits again…
By Julianne Pepitone, staff reporter
Summer is a great time to barbecue, hit the beach or get out
and explore the town. But for gamers it's often a huge
disappointment, as the flow of new releases generally slows to a
More hated than daft football referees, the trumpeting
vuvuzelas of the World Cup have become a stand-alone phenomenon.
By Damon Brown, Special to CNN
"LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4" attempts to bring together two
fan bases, one for the block-building toys and the other for the
admirers of the fantasy world of Hogwarts, in a video game based
on the first four "Harry Potter" books and movies.
Dear computer users: If you're ever going to write a fuming
letter, think twice before setting the font to the oh-so-mockable
By John D. Sutter, CNN
There is still time to get your YouTube video showcased at
Guggenheim museums. But not much.
Have we reached the Facebook saturation point?
At 3 million sold, the Apple iPad seems to be swallowing
traditional books, magazines and now finger painting. Actually,
it's less a takeover than an evolution of our kindergarten
By Damon Brown, Special to CNN
Are you reading this article on your cell phone? If so,
you're part of the new mobile internet mainstream.
By Amy Gahran, Special to CNN
Twitter intends to offer special deals and discounts to its
users, the company revealed this week. Is this a smart move for
the social messaging site, or just an attempt to leap aboard the
"online deals" bandwagon?
YouTube is ready to take the wraps off its latest vision for
how online videos can be enjoyed on larger screens.
By Tom Krazit, CNET
If cats have nine lives, they may have just acquired a 10th
-- thanks to a groundbreaking surgery that saved the life of a
feline double amputee.
In the early 1970s, when Daniel Ellsberg wanted to get
top-secret information about the Vietnam War to the public, he
leaked the bombshell Pentagon Papers to elected officials and
By John D. Sutter, CNN
If you are a video gamer or know a gamer, here are the games
and consoles that should be must-haves in the coming months.
Posted Saturday, July 10, 2010