The first photographs of Paris Hilton's recent DUI arrest have surfaced, as well as Video after her sister Nicky, Nicky's boyfriend Kevin Connolly, and PR agent Elliot Mintz escorted her after her release.
According to Mintz, the police apparently detected a blood alcohol level of 0.8%, the legal limit in California.
Entertainment analyst Robert Routh, of Jefferies & Co., thinks that Viacom and Yahoo should consider a merger.
According to MarketWatch, "Routh pointed to the presence of Yahoo Chief Executive Terry Semel, who, with Bob Daly, turned Warner Bros. into the industry's most profitable studio over a 20-year period that ended in 1999."
According to British researcher David Holmes, from Manchester Metropolitan University, a real mouse would much prefer grains and fruit to cheese.
Contrary to popular belief, cheese is much too rich for the average mouse. According to BBC, Holmes said, "mice respond to the smell, texture and taste of food and cheese is something that would not be available to them in their natural environment."
Data stored by search engine companies, such as Google, Yahoo and MSN represent a ticking privacy timebomb. These companies store massive amounts of data on the personal search histories of millions of Americans, and the data may be susceptible to access by hackers and governments.
America's largest brewer, Anheuser-Busch announced that it will launch its own in-house video production company, along with a Web-based video network called Bud.TV. The move is geared to target 21-27 year old males, who are increasingly moving to online entertainment on websites such as MySpace and YouTube.
Facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg has issued an open letter of apology, along with an update to the company's controversial "News Feed" and "Mini-Feed" features, that will allow users greater controls on personal privacy issues. The move was in response to a Facebook Boycott that was called by users in response to the feeds. Many users found the feature to be an invasion of their privacy, and more than 500,000 signed an online petition against it.
Two major clinical trial results suggest that the anti-depressant drug Dapoxetine is effective for the treatment of premature ejaculation. The trials examined the effects of the drug on 2,614 men, and found that it increased ejaculation time 300%, from 1 to 3 minutes in the subjects in the trial.
Will Fox buy YouTube? We'll call this speculation for now, and I'll tell you why a bit later. But first, is YouTube for sale, or can the company make it on its own, covering its $1 million plus in monthly bandwidth charges, potential lawsuits, and timid advertisers?
It's rumored that YouTube CEO Chad Hurley has a vague price in mind. Let's say it's a shade over a million oop... Billion Dollars. Would Rupert Murdoch buy YouTube for $1 Billion Dollars?
There is a growing need for new ways to treat multidrug-resistant strains of staphylococci infections, beyond current antibiotic treatments, as antibiotic-resistant strains become increasingly prevalent.
Researchers at the University of Chicago recently published findings in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA on a novel approach to fighting staphylococcus aureus.
It used to be that the average American would come home from work, make dinner and then snap on the TV. For the next few hours, the television set would stay on. Maybe even a couple of sets for various members of the family.
Today, things are changing, particularly among the 13-26 age group, as more and more people turn from television to the Internet and other forms of media.
Not only are an increasing number of people watching videos on the Internet, but more significantly, they're also producing content themselves and broadcasting—or netcasting—via video websites such as YouTube, Break, Google Video, Yahoo video and MySpace.
Our company recently switched from hosting our email internally on our own servers, to outsourcing to Google Hosted Services, the new Google Apps service which is an extension of Google's Gmail for Your Domain. This article is about our experience with the service, and with Google's email system in general.
Stanford researchers have found that a protein called calcineurin is involved in diabetes. Their research reveals that calcineurin is very important for the growth of special insulin-producing cells in the pancreas called beta cells. Insulin is the hormone that regulates sugar levels in the blood by telling cells to increase their sugar intake.
America's about to hit the 300 million mark any day now. According to the U.S. Bureau of the Census, the resident population of the United States, is: 299,811,596 (almost 300 million). This is the estimated population on 09/23/2006 at 20:29 GMT (EST+5). There's a net gain in U.S. population of 8,640 ever day, or more than 260,000 every month.
Congress received its annual report on global terrorism from the Department of State on April 28, 2006. The 262-page report provides an annual strategic assessment of trends in terrorism and the evolving nature of the terrorist threat, coupled with detailed information on anti-terror cooperation by nations worldwide.
Sept. 26, 2006:
AP reports that Google services were slow or inaccessible to some users Tuesday. “We've received reports that a small portion of certain Internet service providers' users are having difficulty accessing Google services,” Google Inc. said in a statement. “We are currently working with the ISPs to investigate.”
There have been other serious outages among major website, including Yahoo, Myspace, YouTube and others.
Anna Nicole Smith has exchanged vows in a "commitment ceremony" with her attorney, Howard K. Stern in Nassau Bahamas. The ceremony took place on a catamaran under tight security on the morning of September 28, 2006.
Celebrities love Emre Ertuk's bags. Famous for his luxurious dog carriers, the Turkish designer's bags have shown up in the clutches of the likes of Paris Hilton, Beyonce, and Carmen Electra, who's been spotted with the Bekham soft leather bag (shown at left).
This Halliburton truck driver shot video of his convoy in Iraq as it makes a wrong turn under U.S. military escort, and is ambushed by insurgents. Abandoned by his military escort, the lone surviving truck driver waits 45 minutes for help to arrive. The U.S. military says it did conduct an investigation of the incident, but has lost the results. Several of the drivers are killed, and the one survivor is subsequently fired by Halliburton.