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Facebook slammed for poor Messenger app, research shows

It’s not quite official, but the figures look pretty unambiguous: Facebook is getting slammed by its users over the way it has migrated their instant …

Kanye West Wins Lawsuit Against Coinye

Kanye West has finally defeated the now-folded virtual currency Coinye, NBC News reports. Documents filed this week mark the end of the lawsuit, which had West going up against a currency featuring his cartoon likeness.<p>Earlier this year, Kanye's lawyers filed a trademark-infringement suit against …

A Night at the “On the Run” Tour: Reveling in the Supermoon That Is Beyoncé and Jay Z

There is nothing quite as excruciating, I have now learned, as being stuck in horrendous traffic while you can see, from the backseat window, a stadium in which <b>Beyoncé</b> is performing, and hear, through the crack in that window, the chorus of “Crazy in Love” reverberating over an ecstatic crowd.<p>Yes, …

Why ABBA Turned Down $1 Billion To Reunite In 2000

Made up of two sets of then couples — Agnetha Fältskog and Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad — ABBA has sold over 380 million albums and singles worldwide and is the third-best-selling group of all time, behind the Beatles and Queen and ahead of the Rolling Stones.<p>But in …

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Bill Clinton defends Hillary on “Meet the Press”: “She’s not out of touch”

<b>Bill Clinton on Meet the Press (screenshot)</b><p>Bill Clinton responds to Hillary’s “dead broke” comment, and record of public service<p>Sarah Gray<p>June 29, 2014 4:23pm (UTC)<p>This morning Bill Clinton appeared on NBC's "Meet the Press." Right out of the gate he was faced with defending Hillary Clinton's …

PlayStation and Xbox bosses discuss the future: 'We made the right call'

In a small room on the upper floor of the Galen Center, Phil Spencer is waiting for the press. Two hours ago, this vast arena saw Microsoft's pre-E3 press conference, a 90-minute event in which Spencer, now head of Xbox, laid out the future of the company's console business. It was something of a …