Chris Dudzinski

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Michael Vick says younger teammates don't respect him

After a skirmish during Thursday’s practice between Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper and cornerback Cary Williams, video captured Eagles quarterback Michael Vick stepping in and trying to break up the fight.<p><b>WATCH: Riley Cooper caught on tape fighting Eagles teammate.</b><p>After practice, Vick was still …

11 Impossibly Difficult Job Interview Questions

Ever had to sit through a 5-hour interview filled with team projects, skills tests and a question-and-answer period in front of five company managers? If not, be grateful.<p>For while many job interviews can be rough, there are a select few so difficult that applicants should be excused for any …

Apple iPhone 5S and 5C: all the news and rumors

It might not be the iPhone 6, but Apple could have some surprises this year<p>Apple’s next iPhone is approaching fast. A new phone is all but certain to be revealed at Apple's September 10th event, and there have been hints that a big surprise may be in store: since as far back as January, rumblings …

Hyperloop revealed: Elon Musk foresees rapid transit in a tube

Electromagnetic acceleration: That's the high technology behind the high-speed transit concept that billionaire Elon Musk calls the Hyperloop.<p>Musk — who already plays leading roles in the SpaceX rocket venture, the Tesla electric car company and the SolarCity solar-energy company — unveiled his …

Audi's iPhone app uses camera to help owners find the dipstick

If you've ever wondered what that random button on your car does, or where your dipstick is located, wonder no more if you're an Audi A3 owner. The German car maker, famous for its Vorsprung durch Technik, has created yet another augmented reality app that's designed to guide an owner around a car. …

The apps that Apple does not want you to use

They are the applications that Apple has tried to stop the world from using.<p>With more than 700,000 apps available for download, perhaps Apple can afford to be picky, but some of those to be banned show Apple’s squeamishness for nudity, bodily functions and upsetting important people.<p><b>Send me to</b> …

India picked the right man at the wrong time to be its new central bank governor

It would be hard to name a more qualified candidate to take over the Reserve Bank of India. But despite his long list of career successes, Raghuram Rajan, who takes the helm in September, may do a terrible job—though it probably wouldn’t be his fault.<p>Why? Because India’s growth has already slowed …

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Samsung prepares to take on Apple and Google again as smartwatch patent revealed

Samsung’s designs for a smartwatch have been revealed in a series of patent filings, confirming the company is preparing to take on Apple and Google in the new market.<p>The <b>Samsung</b> device will have a bendable screen that wraps round the wrist, controlled by a small panel with keys like those featured …

Chinese anger as Japan launches biggest warship since WWII

Japan has launched its biggest warship since World War II on the anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, sparking Chinese accusations of a military escalation as tensions simmer between the two countries over disputed islands.<p>A ceremony was held in Yokohama on Tuesday for the 19,500 ton …

What Bill Gates is reading this summer

If you’re in the market for a light, sunshine-friendly novel—something with an up tempo narrative and relatable characters—then Bill Gates’s summer reading list is not for you. But if you’re a non-fiction buff with a wide range of interests, then it might be the perfect place to look for a new book.<p>…

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11 Minutes of Pure Beatboxing Genius

Using only his voice and a microphone, Australian beatboxer Tom Thum gave a dynamic performance at TEDxSydney in May. His 11-minute act was uploaded …

Michael Dell's Offer To Raise Buyout Price Rebuffed By Board

When Michael Dell offered to up his proposed buyout of the PC-maker that bears his name by a dime per share last week it came with certain conditions. Most importantly, the chairman and chief executive wanted any shares not voted to be ignored, rather than counted as no votes.<p>The billionaire and …

Charges for carry-on bags are 'inevitable', says Ryanair

The chief executive of Ryanair has said it is “probably inevitable” that airlines will charge passengers for carry-on bags – though he insisted he had no plans to do so soon.<p>Michael O’Leary was asked whether Ryanair might follow budget carrier Wizz Air, which last year began charging passengers £9 …

Facebook Stock Trades Above IPO Price

What a long, strange trip it's been for investors in Facebook. From the hype ahead of the IPO to the fear that it was all a fad to today when the …

Facebook's Video Ads Will Cost More Than The Networks Charge For The Super Bowl

Bloomberg reported that Facebook is hoping to charge advertisers between $1 million and $2.5 million dollars per day for the 15-second long video ads that they are planning to include three times a day in your news feed.<p>For comparison, a 30-second ad for the 2013 Super Bowl hit a record $4 million …

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Android vs. iOS: The green robot wins on app downloads (but not revenue)

Here’s a fun fact for mobile developers: As of the past three months, Android is the best place to angle for more app downloads.<p>According to the App Annie Market Index, Q2 2013 metrics show that Android beats iOS by 10 percent in number of applications downloaded.<p>However, Apple’s App Store still …

Phil Mickelson celebrates after closing out the British Open in style

Phil Mickelson is the leader in the clubhouse and could be on his way to winning the Claret Jug. He was all smiles after his round, celebrating with family and friends.<p>At one point in time, Phil Mickelson had a reputation as a player who couldn't close tournaments. He wasn't a Sunday player, they …

Capture of Mexican mob boss began with a fed-up informant

MEXICO UNDER SIEGE<p>Capture of Mexican mob boss began with a fed-up informant<p>Insider gave up 'El Teo' to help 'clean up my country.' The hit to the Tijuana drug cartel has brought peace in Baja.<p>July 20, 2013|By Richard Marosi<p>Teodoro "El Teo" Garcia Simental is held by police in Mexico… (Alfredo …

Texas roller coaster can't reopen until it's reinspected

Witness says woman expressed concern that she was not secured correctly in her seat.<p>AUSTIN -- The Texas Giant roller coaster can't re-open until it gets a new safety inspection report following the death Friday evening of a woman riding the tallest steel-hybrid coaster in the world at Six Flags …