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Justin Bieber And Selena Gomez's Flirty And PDA-Filled Bowling Date: There Was "a Lot Of Kissing"

09/16/14 It looks like Selena Gomez and currently on-again boyfriend Justin Bieber enjoyed some sweet time together over the weekend. E! News has learned that the famous Hollywood pair went to Lucky Strike in Los Angeles on Sunday night to celebrate pal Ryan Butler's birthday and the two weren't shy about flaunting some serious PDA. A source says "Justin rented out Lucky Strike's Luxe room for the celebration. Additionally, he was seen kissing and flirting with Selena. ...Read More »

New Couple Alert: Trey Songz Dating Singer Mila J

09/16/14 Trey Songz is dating Mila J! E! News has confirmed that the 29-year-old "Bottoms Up" singer and the 30-year-old songstress and dancer are officially an item. While the cute new couple have kept their budding romance on the down-low, they recently shared some sweet PDA during a date night at the Compound Foundation's Fostering a Legacy benefit in NYC. Although they arrived separately to the bash last Friday, they were attached at the hip all evening. ...Read More »

Video View Sept. 16

09/16/14 Teen romance "The Fault In Our Stars" is among this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases. ...Read More »
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Video View 9/16/14

09/16/14 Teen romance "The Fault In Our Stars" is among this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases. ...Read More »

DVD Tuesday with Tony Toscano 9/16/2014

09/16/14 Tony takes us to opposite ends of the movie spectrum: action with 'Godzilla' and touching drama with 'Fault in Our Stars'. ...Read More »

Roku Has Sold 10 Million Devices In The U.S.

09/16/14 Roku announced on Tuesday it has sold 10 million of its set-top boxes in the United States, meaning about 8.6% of the country's 115 million households own — or have owned — the device. Roku , which launched in May 2008, was the first device to stream Netflix on TV. Since then, others including Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Google Chromecast have emerged as competitors. Gaming consoles including Xbox and PlayStation also offer streaming.

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Toys"R"Us Unveils The 2014 #TRUHotToyList

09/16/14 WAYNE, N.J., Sept. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With the holiday shopping season approaching, Toys"R"Us today revealed its highly anticipated ...Read More »

New Dual-band Ku/Ka Terminal Enables In-flight Network Switching Across Commercial Ku- and Ka-band Satellite Networks

09/16/14 CARLSBAD, Calif., Sept. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In-flight network switching between commercial Ku- and Ka-band satellites has been successfully demonstrated by ViaSat Inc. (NASDAQ: VSAT), using its innovative dual-band terminal and a new radome. The test flights, conducted in July and August on a commercial 757-200 aircraft, demo..... ...Read More »

SD Association Expands iSDIO Specification, Adds High-Speed Contactless Data Transfer With TransferJet


SAN RAMON, Calif., Sept. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --PHOTOKINA -- The SD Association (SDA), a global ecosystem of companies setting industry-leading memory card standards, announced an enhanced iSDIO specification offering a SD memory card with TransferJet..... ...Read More »

Netflix Is Available In France, But It Still Needs Work

09/15/14 Netflix has made it to France! But don’t get too excited; it’s an imperfect launch. After an astute media campaign to get everyone excited, the unlimited movie and TV show streaming service is available for everyone to see. And with a limited catalog, a limited availability on set-top boxes and a limited set of features compared to its competitors, it’s going to be a tough sell for many households… at least for now. Netflix’s media campaign was unmissable. For the last month, many respectable media outlets published an article every other day on Netflix’s launch in France.

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Microsoft To Buy Minecraft Maker Mojang For $2.5B

09/15/14 Microsoft said it has agreed to buy Mojang, the Swedish video game company behind the hit game Minecraft, boosting its mobile efforts and cementing control of another hit title for its Xbox console. The company said in a statement that Minecraft, which has notched about 50 million copies sold, will be purchased by Microsoft for $2.5 billion. The move marks the tech giant's most ambitious video game purchase and the largest acquisition for Satya Nadella, its new chief executive.

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