Could it be a sign the coupling of AT&T and Apple is coming to an end?
When Jordan Romero, 13, became the youngest person to climb Mount Everest after reaching the summit on May 22, he joined an impressively youthful list of people who completed record-breaking feats of endurance this year.
“The plane shook with vibrations and split into two,”
– G.K. PRADEEP, a survivor from the Air India Express plane that crashed on Saturday, killing some 158 people. Pradeep and seven others are thought to be the only survivors. …
The Cannes Film Festival is the year’s biggest movie event (follow all of Richard Corliss’ coverage here), and big drama is brewing in regards to its top prize: The Palme d’Or, which is to be bestowed Sunday.
Shoddy gas pedals turned 2010 into a dark year for Toyota. The automaker’s recent solution to that problem: remove the gas.
Gearing up for summer? Think twice before entering your city’s public swimming pool. A new report says 1 in 8 violate health codes.
A new poll by a U.K.-based Internet-security firm has Facebook subscribers leaning toward the dislike button.
“When does my honeymoon period start? I had a big victory.”
– RAND PAUL, Republican Senate nominee from Kentucky, saying on “Good Morning America” Friday that he’s been unfairly criticized since winning the primary …
Over the past five years, Roger Federer has lost to only one man at the French Open: Rafael Nadal. With 2010′s edition set to start in less than 48 hours, Federer is still the one facing most of the questions.
It was one of TIME’s 76 things to see, hear or do this summer. But after lead singer Bono’s back injury on Friday, will fans be able to see U2 on the dates they signed up for?
Today marks the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man. The Google Doodles team wanted to do something special and they certainly delivered. (via Techland)