Beyoncé Drops New Album Tonight with No Warning, Surprises Everyone
12 Dec 2013, 11:26 pm
Is this the future of music? Without any forewarning, American pop/R&B icon Beyoncé dropped her new self-titled album, featuring 14 songs and a cast of support from husband Jay Z and star performers like Drake and Frank Ocean.
Glenn Beck joined Mark Levin on his radio show Thursday evening, and both men were completely unreserved in their fury with the "progressives" in the Republican party for managing to drag the party so far down the tubes that they "actually might be worse" the the Democrats.
Jon Stewart is really getting tired of Fox News still flogging this War on Christmas™ nonsense, and Thursday night, he said that "shit's getting real." He took on both Gretchen Carlson and Megyn Kelly Thursday night for freaking out about a Festivus pole and black Santa.
Randy Liedtke thought it would be hilarious to mess with the cops, and so decided to bake cookies that looked exactly like iPhones so he could prank police officers into thinking he was chatting while driving. Here are pictures of the cookies, and Liedtke behind the wheel of his car holding one of t
Cumulus Promotes Rdio Partnership
Three months after taking a stake in Rdio, Cumulus is promoting its partnership with the digital radio platform with a nationwide campaign on Cumulus stations, coinciding with the launch of new
Cumulus station-branded product pages on Rdio.
'Allrecipes' is off to a running start. Just a month after launching the magazine as a print extension of the popular food Web site, Meredith Corp. announced it will raise the rate base for Allrecipes
from 500,000 to 650,000, effective with the April 2014 issue.
DirecTV is expecting its advertising sales to grow quickly over the next three to four years -- specifically due to rapidly expanding addressable advertising efforts. Its CRO estimates business will
grow 30% to 40% in the next few years.
JCDecaux SA has been awarded a seven-year concession - with a three-year extension option - to Los Angeles International Airport.
Iran official says U.S. sanctions violate Geneva deal spirit
ANKARA (Reuters) - Iran said on Friday that a new U.S. measure targeting companies and individuals for supporting its nuclear program violated the spirit of a nuclear deal reached with major powers in Geneva last month.
KIEV (Reuters) - President Viktor Yanukovich, facing mass protests calling for his resignation, will hold talks on Friday on finding a way out of a political crisis that is weighing on Ukraine's weak economy.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan should embrace nuclear power as an "important and fundamental" energy source, a government panel said on Friday, in advice that looks almost certain to be accepted, despite widespread anti-nuclear feeling after the Fukushima disaster.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Senior U.S. and Chinese officials will hold annual trade talks in Beijing next week, China's Foreign Ministry said on Friday, as the world's two largest economies try to iron out an array of long-held tensions.
Beyonce Releases Exclusive iTunes Album, Dominating Store Carousel [Mac Blog]
American singer Beyoncè released her self-titled fifth studio album today, which is exclusively available on iTunes and is notably dominating the digital music store's rotating carousel. The album, dubbed a "visual album" because each song comes with an accompanying music video, has see
Sega has released an updated and remastered version of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 for iOS, adding iPad and iPhone 5 support, in addition to a new Boss Attack Mode and a new online 2-player mode. The update is free for current owners of the game. The game is a faithful recreation of the classic Sega Genesi
Apple has updated its Remote iOS app to add control of iTunes Radio on iTunes on the Mac or PC. Previously, Remote could not control iTunes Radio on computers. The app was previously updated in early November with an iOS 7-inspired redesign.Remote is designed to be in perfect sync with iTunes. With
The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) announced on Thursday that it will consider banning cellular phone calls on planes if the FCC gives airlines the go-ahead to install equipment to support cellular service on flights. According to Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, who spoke t