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YouTube acquires ad firm FameBit

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Following an emergency decision to move to Amazon Web Services, Iceland’s Wow Air has wholeheartedly bought into the cloud
These fridges are perfect for keeping cans and bottles ice cold.        
A Korean-American man has been detained by North Korean authorities at Pyongyang International Airport.
Before becoming the 45th president of the U.S, Donald Trump was known for his a colorful career as a business mogul and real estate tycoon. Along with his established career, Trump also tried his han
The universe is practically bursting with stars and planets but some exoplanets are more important than others, particularly when it comes to the prospect of discovering alien life. We are getting cl
 U.S. had witnessed the highest number of death rates due to drug overdose in the past two decades. Around 52,404 lethal drug overdoses were reported in 2015 with 20,101 overdose deaths related to pr
It’s no secret that Floyd Mayweather enjoys opening his wallet to make big purchases. One glimpse at the professional boxer’s Instagram account and you will find a parade of images of lavish trips, p
It's the end of the line for a 600-year-old white oak tree in New Jersey that's believed to be among the oldest in the nation
A new Google Earth Virtual Reality (VR) feature allows users to visit any address in the world and fly over it in 3D with the help of a headset system, according to the company. Using a new updated..
The US has accused top Indian IT firms TCS and Infosys of unfairly cornering the lion’s share of H-1B visas by putting extra tickets in the lottery system, which the Trump administration wants to rep
Actor Ron Howard, who played Richie Cunningham on the hit “Happy Days” show in 1970s, said he would remember Erin Moran as a joyful person she was during the show. Moran died Saturday in Indiana at t
At some point in the coming decades we'll put boots on Mars – but who'll make it to the red planet first?
Condolences poured in Saturday for “Happy Days” actress Erin Moran after reports said her body was found unresponsive by law enforcement officials in Indiana. However, Moran’s husband Steven Fleishma
As House Republicans try to find common cause on a bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, they may be ready to let states make the ultimate decision about whether to keep a key consumer
Most business professionals should strive for “TED like” presentations.
Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them?
April 23 is said to be the birthdate of famed poet and playwright William Shakespeare. Historians are not entirely sure of the exact birthdate of the legendary writer. Oddly enough, Shakespeare’s bir
More than a third of pupils have felt the need to ask adults to put down their phones, suggests a poll.
"Happy Days" was one of the most unforgettable American sitcom in the 70s and 80s, which made viewers fall in love with its storyline of about a middle class family living in the 1950s. Its theme son
The topic of the first couple’s body language has been a consistent source of discussion before President Trump took office in January. Handshakes, hugs and the general body language between the firs
Bernie Sanders may have lost the Democratic presidential primary last year, but his commitment to changing the party hasn’t wavered. The Vermont senator has been outspoken about many of President Don
The day that celebrates William Shakespeare’s birthday also marks his death. The legendary bard was supposedly born April 23, 1564, and died on the same day in 1616. Famous for his plays, Shakespeare
The protomolecule is given a human form in the season two finale of of Syfy's outstanding science fiction series 'The Expanse'.
Bill O’Reilly will be returning Monday with a new episode on his “No Spin News” podcast, according to an update on his website late Saturday. The former Fox News host will be publicly speaking since
Kuki Gallmann, author of I Dreamed of Africa, is flown to hospital after an ambush, media say.
Users can type an address or the name of a location, and visit it with a 3D headset system
ISRO is trying to increase its capacity to deliver by scaling up the frequency of launches by building more satellites, lowering the cost of access to space and also to do heavier satellite launches.
Thousands of scientists and science lovers flocked to the U.S. capital, braving the cold rainy weather, to march in support of science and evidence-based research. Anti-Trump sentiments resonated in
Channing Tatum wants people to come to Las Vegas and see “Magic Mike Live.” The Sin City show, which is based on Tatum’s blockbuster films about male strippers, premiered at the Hard Rock Hotel &
The unidentified problem should be cleared up now but your messages might've got lost along the way.
Google started the work on this feature in February
Putting the cameras of the brand new Galaxy S8 and Xiaomi Mi 6 to the test
As per what NASA described, the image was captured by Mastcam onboard NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity on Sol 1647 in March this year.
Zac Efron filmed several shirtless scenes for the upcoming action-comedy film “Baywatch,” so there’s no way his female co-stars wouldn’t notice his insanely sculpted abs.

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