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When the police of the city of Stockton, California, arrested four individuals in an anti-gun operation, never thought that one of the criminals would be the focus of attention, nothing more and nothing less than his beauty.
Turns out Jeremy Meeks, 30, revolutionized social ...
This is the screen that pops up when a Netflix video is buffering on a Verizon Fios broadband connection.Yuri Victor
The fight got ugly this week between Verizon and Netflix over who's to blame for the streaming delays many Netflix subscribers experience when trying to watch a movie or TV show.
Netflix has been accusing Verizon and other Internet service providers, such as Comcast, of notproviding enough network capacity to handle an increase in demand for its video streaming service, citing this as ...
Apple today said the public can try out early versions of the OS X Yosemite operating system, the first time since 2000 that the company has let large numbers of outsiders get an early look at an upcoming Mac operating system.
Mac users who want in on the OS X Yosemite beta must be on Mavericks, and await a code from Apple before they can download the preview. (Image: Apple.)
OS X 10.10, which was given the Yosemite moniker today during Apple's annual developers ...
A seasoned thought leader in the world of sports and entertainment, Tony Coba is renowned for his technical prowess, compassionate leadership and outstanding aptitude for innovation. Add the fervent enthusiasm of a James Brown fan, and you’ve got an unparalleled upper-level executive with an award-winning tenure in the information technology industry.
A Chicago native with the true tenacity of a Midwesterner, Coba has been scoring slam dunks with the championship Miami HEAT organization since 2001. For 13 years and counting, he ...
123 PC Solutions | Memorial Day
May 25, 2014: Neighbor Kathy Batton hugs Purple Heart recipient Lance Cpl. Alex Juedes, who was severely injured in Afghanistan in January of this year, as he gets a hero's welcome from friends, family and neighbors arriving home on the eve of Memorial Day in Marietta, Ga.AP/ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
Across America, citizens are marking Memorial Day with ceremonies and parades honoring those who gave their lives in war, as well as with less solemn events like barbecues with ...