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  • Amazon investors stunned by size of projected loss
    Amazon investors stunned by size of projected loss

    Aaron Pressman and Jeff Macke break down Amazon's latest earnings report

  • 4 more awesome paid iPhone apps that are free right now
    4 more awesome paid iPhone apps that are free right now

    Before the sun sets on another week, we have one last batch of paid iPhone and iPad apps to share with you that are currently on sale for free for a limited time. This has been a terrific week for thrifty app shoppers looking to save money on some awesome paid apps. Today, we have four more solid offerings to share, but you’d better hurry because these sales could end at any time. These are paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited time by their developers. There is no way to tell how long they will be free. These sales could end an hour from now or a week from now — obviously,

  • Biggest question for Facebook investors: How rich is Mark Zuckerberg?
    Biggest question for Facebook investors: How rich is Mark Zuckerberg?

    A busy week for tech company earnings reports had one clear winner: Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

  • Fans benefit from United kit price blunder
    Fans benefit from United kit price blunder

    Manchester United were left red-faced on Thursday when their new home kit was mistakenly sold online for more than half price. Online shoppers looking to buy a United shirt were treated to a bargain after they were accidentally sold at £22 ($37) each. The club's official shop, operated by Kitbag.com, listed the new United shirts as part of their half-price sale by mistake. Some fans were able to buy the shirt for less than half price at just £22, with children's shirts on offer for just £16.50.

  • Scientists to excavate Wyoming cave with trove of Ice Age fossils

    Scientists will begin excavation early next week of an ancient Wyoming sinkhole containing a rare bounty of fossil remains of prehistoric animals, such as mammoths and dire wolves, preserved in unusually good condition, researchers said on Thursday.    The two-week dig, set to begin next Monday under the direction of Des Moines University paleontologist Julie Meachen, marks the first exploration of Natural Trap Cave in north-central Wyoming since its initial discovery in the 1970s.

  • Russian Officials Unable to Contact Animal-Carrying Spaceship
    Russian Officials Unable to Contact Animal-Carrying Spaceship

    A Russian space capsule carrying a package of biological and materials research specimens, including geckos and plant seeds, has stopped responding to commands from Earth, the Russian space agency announced Thursday (July 24). The Foton M4 spacecraft launched July 18 on a two-month mission with 22 Russian and German experiments to study how animals, plants, microbes and next-generation manufacturing materials react to spaceflight. The spacecraft stopped responding to commands from mission control after a few orbits, according to a joint statement released Thursday by the Russian Federal Space Agency and TsSKB Progress, manufacturer of the Foton capsule. The capsule's systems are all operating normally, and the design of the Foton M4 spacecraft allows for long-term autonomous operations without input from ground controllers, according to the joint statement.

  • Why Apple may never have another product as successful as the iPhone
    Why Apple may never have another product as successful as the iPhone

    Despite a hunger for the next big thing among consumers and investors, don’t expect another Apple blockbuster anytime soon.

  • Kristen Bell adds star power to minimum wage debate in hilarious Mary Poppins parody

    In a new Funny or Die parody video, Kristen Bell reimagines Mary Poppins famous tune as rallying cry for minimum wage workers.

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