Google is developing what they’re calling an “entertainment device.” We Googled “entertainment device” to try to find out what the heck they’re talking about. No luck.
NASA is trying to get its hands on two new space taxis, which gets us one step closer to our “Cash Cab: Outer Space Edition” dream.
The Beach Boys are performing at the Grammys, so the number of performers wearing shorts just increased by 300 percent.
Kodak has announced they will stop making cameras. If you still own a camera, better take a picture of it with your phone and download it to your computer for posterity.
Your doctor might be telling you little white lies. You may want to consider getting a second opinion on where the best golf courses are.
Whales are getting stressed out by ship noise. The whales have been advised to take it easy for a few weeks, go on a vacation. Maybe somewhere near water.
As it turns out, Adele just wants to be Adele. That makes 4,382,393 of us.
Here’s President Obama’s campaign playlist. In case you also want to use it when you run.
Beyonce and Jay-Z want to trademark their baby’s name. So if you’re still planning on opening that Blue Ivy Deli in time to advertise on Cash Cab: Outer Space Edition, better get on it.
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