Portland Trail Blazers inflict fourth straight loss on Los Angeles Clippers
The Los Angeles Clippers' NBA losing skid reached a worrying four games with a 101-100 defeat at the hands of the Portland Trail Blazers on Saturday.
Djokovic wins third successive Australian Open title
Novak Djokovic will bid to extend his Australian Open reign to a third straight year on Sunday in the final against Andy Murray, who will aim to end Britain's 79-year wait for a men's champion at Melbourne Park.
Mega Resellers Take Down PayPal Payment Option
As reported in our earlier article, Kim Dotcom and his associates are showing all the signs of being the “good corporate citizens” they’ve claimed to be all along. Mega has launched under the best possible legal advice and has already shown this week that it will take content down when rightsholders submit complaints. Nevertheless, there are still entities watching the site for signs of the tiniest false move and some are even prepared to act first and ask questions later. On M...
Bell, Morgan taking England to victory
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How to Connect to a VPN on Android
Previously, we have covered what VPNs are and how you can easily connect to them in Windows. Android also supports VPNs – if you have an Android phone or tablet, you can easily connect it to a VPN. VPNs on Android have a variety of uses, including downloading apps not available in your country, encrypting your browsing on public Wi-Fi, or just connecting to a company network on the road. How to See if Your Hard Drive is Dying How to Use a Windows Installer Disc to Back Up Your Files When...
Hostage film "Argo" wins producers' award as Oscars loom
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Iran hostage drama "Argo" continued its trophy-winning streak on Saturday, taking the top prize at the Producers Guild Awards in the latest boost to its chances at the Oscars. ...
Ind vs Eng LIVE: Bell’s fifty gives England edge
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Instagram asking some users for photo ID over suspected 'violations'
Instagram has confirmed it is requesting photo ID verification from users its thinks have violated its terms of service.In a move pushed by Instagram's sugar daddy Facebook, the photo sharing company has been asking the suspected offenders to confirm their identities.This is something Facebook itself has been doing since last February, but as Instagram allows users to have pseudonyms instead of their real names, it's unclear what these "suspected violations" could be.An Instagram spokesp...
India vs England, Dharamsala: Suresh Raina completes 4000 ODI runs
Raina had claimed recently that he would like to regain his spot in the Test side, from which he was unceremoniously dropped prior England series. Undoubtedly he has failed to deliver in this arena with a below-par average of 28.44 in 17 Test matches. But for a player of Suresh Raina's ability, the Indian faithful must hope that his best is yet to come....
Ind vs Eng LIVE: Bell, Pietersen consolidate
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'American Idol' Finalists -- The Show Is NOT RACIST
Four "American Idol" finalists from different seasons -- two of whom are black -- insist the singing competition is many things ... but racist is NOT one of them.TMZ broke the story ... nine black ex-contestants are planning to sue "Idol"…
Victoria Azarenka dreams big after crazy win
Now comes the rest of the season, and high on the list is improving her lopsided won one, lost 11 record against the mighty Williams, considered easily the best women's player when fit.
Ind vs Eng LIVE: England face tricky chase
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Backed Or Whacked: Smartphones That Light Up Your Life
Editor’s note: Ross Rubin is principal analyst at Reticle Research and blogs at Techspressive. Each column will look at crowdfunded products that have either met or missed their funding goals. Follow him on Twitter @rossrubin. Last week’s Backed or Whacked focused on devices that can remotely provide input to smartphones; this week, we venture beyond the bounds of simple information retrieval and toward illuminated products that can actually be controlled by one’s pocket companion, particularly ...
Thousands march against gun violence in Washington
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Thousands of marchers rallied in Washington in favor of gun control on Saturday, including residents of Newtown, Connecticut, where a mass elementary school shooting reignited the U.S. gun violence debate. ...
Kendrick Lamar On ‘SNL’: Watch Him Perform “Swimming Pools (Drank)”
Kendrick Lamar‘s musical performances were a brief highlight during a Saturday Night Episode that had Adam Levine hosting and featuring in skit after skit that was, let’s face it, pretty lame. The good kid, m.A.A.d city MC kicked things off with his current Hot 100 hit “Swimming Pools (Drank),” which he delivered while decked out in all black, from his Compton beanie down to his shoes. Later in the show Kendrick offered up “Poetic Justice,” sans Drake. Watch t...
Li Na praised in China for pluck and persistence
The Henan Evening News praised Li, 30, for her performance as one of the older players in top-flight women's tennis, saying: "That (Li) is still full of competitiveness is itself a miracle".
Ind vs Eng LIVE: Raina falls, India 177-7
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Roundup: Critics (and Woz) react to first 'jOBS' screening
  Among geeks, there are fewer contentious topics than the concept of Ashton Kutcher donning the turtleneck and beard for his debut as Steve Jobs in one of the two — yes, two — films about the late Apple co-founder currently in the works. The debates might not be of "The Hobbit"-sized proportions, but there's still been plenty of talk about whether Kutcher, or even the film itself, will be able to adequately do credit Jobs' life in a truthful, yet interesting f...
Roundup: Critics (and Woz) react to first 'jOBS' screening
  Among geeks, there are fewer contentious topics than the concept of Ashton Kutcher donning the turtleneck and beard for his debut as Steve Jobs in one of the two — yes, two — films about the late Apple co-founder currently in the works. The debates might not be of "The Hobbit"-sized proportions, but there's still been plenty of talk about whether Kutcher, or even the film itself, will be able to adequately do credit Jobs' life in a truthful, yet interesting f...