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SpongeBob-worthy hotels, all-natural bacteria and the old college try

Google still has eyes for Glass.

Viacom and Karisma Hotels & Resorts plan a string of Nickelodeon Hotels. That's great for SpongeBob and Dora, but there are cheaper places to stay if you're into green slime.

Amy's Kitchen has recalled frozen meals because of spinach possibly contaminated with Listeria. Take solace: The potential bacterium is all natural and totally organic.

Of 11.57 million NCAA men's basketball brackets on espn.com, just 14 have the Sweet 16 perfect. That's why we love the tournament. It takes us back to our college days, when we didn't know anything.

Amazon is complaining it took so long to get U.S. permission to test delivery drones, the technology is obsolete. Should have signed up for FAA Prime.

Jon Gosselin, the dad from reality TV's "Jon & Kate Plus Eight," told OK! magazine he might run for the Pennsylvania legislature. "Politics is kind of like entertainment," he said, knowing little about either.

An audit shows more than one-third of the $1.6 billion spent cleaning up Japan's damaged Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami was wasted. Someone's getting a glowing review.

Google's Eric Schmidt told The Wall Street Journal the digital giant hasn't given up on Google Glass. We're way ahead of you on that, Eric.

The only place you're apt to see anyone wearing Google's eyewear is a Toyota ad, and that guy is the butt of a joke. So if you Google "Toyota" and get no results, you know why.

When the Cubs left Santa Catalina Island on March 25, 1937, no one knew how significant that spring training was. But while in California to cover the club, Ronald Reagan did a screen test. It went well.

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