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  • Reese Witherspoon dancing alone makes us want to join her dance party

    Reese Witherspoon dancing alone makes us want to join her dance party
    Video of Reese Witherspoon dancing at a wedding in Capri, Italy, is being billed as hilarious, wild and awesome. Our scientific opinion? She's simply adorable, which at the Ministry of Gossip is known as "Reese being Reese." Color us biased. Seriously...
  • Back-to-school tech for the kids

    Back-to-school tech for the kids
    Here are some useful new gadgets that could make your kid's school year better — if you don't keep and use them yourself! Exercise your rights Collegiates can ward off the "freshman 15" (pounds) weight gain and otherwise keep stress in check...
  • YouTube Overhauls Connected-TV Interface, Starting with Xbox One

    Google's YouTube, eager to get more play on the biggest screen in the house, is rolling out an upgraded interface for connected-TV devices designed to provide even faster access to videos. The new look has arrived first on Microsoft's Xbox One...
  • After China smartphone success, Lenovo plans leap forward overseas

    After China smartphone success, Lenovo plans leap forward overseas
    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Lenovo Group said first-quarter profit jumped 23 percent, beating estimates, as a surge in smartphone sales showed how quickly the world's biggest personal computer maker is transforming itself into a major player in mobile...
  • Photographer aims to document every Native American tribe in U.S.

    Photographer aims to document every Native American tribe in U.S.
    The Seattle photographer Matika Wilbur has a little exercise she encourages new acquaintances to perform. Do a Google image search for the term "Native American" and see what comes up. The first result on a recent attempt is a grainy, sepia-toned...
  • Kim Kardashian on Rob Kardashian's wedding no-show: 'I ... understand'

    Kim Kardashian loves her brother Rob Kardashian a lot, she says. She also tough-loves him. But that doesn't mean they fought about anything when he bailed on her wedding day back in May. "He sent me a long e-mail the morning of, that he was going to...
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  • Apple, Google, VCs invest in health technology

    It's no coincidence that archrivals Apple and Google launched competing software initiatives this summer for wearable gadgets that track fitness and health. Health technology is hot in the Bay Area, where some of the biggest tech companies and a swarm of...
  • Celine Dion cancels tour, Vegas shows to care for hubby Rene Angelil

    Celine Dion cancels tour, Vegas shows to care for hubby Rene Angelil
    Celine Dion is taking herself out of show biz entirely for the foreseeable future in order to "focus 100% of her attention" on ailing husband Rene Angelil, her family and her own recent vocal problems. The singer's regular Las Vegas shows have been...
  • Ex-prosecutor will be Toyota's independent safety monitor, U.S. says

    Ex-prosecutor will be Toyota's independent safety monitor, U.S. says
    The Department of Justice appointed David Kelley, a former U.S. attorney, to serve as the independent safety monitor at U.S. operations of Toyota Motor Corp. Kelley’s position is part of the automaker’s agreement reached with federal...
  • Reclassify Internet providers for 'net neutrality': NY Times

    Reclassify Internet providers for 'net neutrality': NY Times
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. regulators' new "net neutrality" rules should classify Internet providers more like public utilities to prevent them from potentially slowing users' access to some Web content, the New York Times said in an editorial in...