If you think the TSA officials had it rough over Thanksgiving, think again.
The ongoing drama featuring Julian Assange just went A-list. Some of the latest characters: a model-turned-socialite, a British filmmaker, a documentarian and a rich American.
More developments surrounding Julian Assange and the classified documents he WikiLeak-ed erupted over the weekend. But don’t worry. Here, NewsFeed recaps everything you need to know before you head to the office.
Over the decades, it’s proven to be quite difficult to decipher the motives behind Kim Jong Il’s decisions. But one thing’s for sure, experts agree that the North’s attack yesterday against the South’s Yeonpyeong island …
Like a temperamental volcano, North Korea is acting up again. Just over an hour ago, the North fired at least 200 rounds of artillery shells at the South’s Yeonpyeong island, according to CNN.
Resting in peace just got a whole lot harder. A new concept headstone called the eTomb will make it possible to tweet from the grave. Literally.
Google and Facebook, today’s web-world leaders, are at war. And if the much-speculated Facebook e-mail service turns out to be true, then it will stop being the cold kind.
Facebook waged war against Foursquare when it introduced the location service Places a few months ago. Earlier this week, the social networking giant went after the likes of Groupon with the launch of Deals, a feature that lets …