In an effort to curtail any misleading beliefs that soft drinks may have an ingredient that sounds slightly good for you, the companies PepsiCo and Coca-Cola recently announced that they would discontinue the use of brominated vegetable oil in all of its products.
British Petroleum spokesman Gerald McSlick announced the results of a two-year study that proves oil spills may actually be good for the environment.
The countdown to extinction began this morning due to the fact that Microsoft’s support for the Windows XP operating system will end at some point today.
Janet Yellen has admitted to what Federal Reserve detractors and economists have been accusing the central bank of for years: being Milli Vanilli fans.
Comcast unveils news service plans for cable, phone, and internet: the higher-cost “Basic Human Dignity” plan and the low-cost “Comcast Classic.”
Bill Gates returns to Microsoft, and he is not amused.
The Super Bowl was once again a talking point for ridiculously serious political debate, even after the interview of President Obama by Bill O’Reilly, when Coca-Cola revealed it crown jewel of commercials: the singing of “America the Beautiful” in multiple languages.
Artificial limb fashion takes a turn for the vintage as users of prosthetics want to look more robotic.
Movie theater management responds to latest fatal shooting with plans to put giant graphics on the screen telling the audience not to shoot people.
Retail stores plan to accept Bitcoin, no matter how long it may take.