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  • Accused Facebook serial rapist could lose plea deal

    Prosecutors are seeking to revoke a plea deal with a Bethlehem man charged with serially raping teenagers he met on Facebook — a filing Tuesday that came two days after The Morning Call published details of a letter in which he proclaimed his...
  • US Airways pornographic tweet sets Twitter on fire

    US Airways pornographic tweet sets Twitter on fire
    We apologize for an inappropriate image recently shared as a link in one of our responses. We’ve removed the tweet and are investigating. — US Airways (@USAirways) April 14, 2014 Ladies and gentlemen, the fasten seat belt sign is on. We're...
  • Dutch teen draws arrest, mockery for tweeting threat to American Airlines

    A 14-year-old Dutch girl, whose Twitter message to American Airlines was interpreted as a terrorist threat, has been freed after a brief arrest and confronted with a worldwide barrage of tweets debating whether she was a victim of security excess or an...
  • Full lunar eclipse: 'Blood moon' photos light up social media

    Full lunar eclipse: 'Blood moon' photos light up social media
    The first lunar eclipse of 2014 — known as "blood moon" — is lighting up social media tonight as people post photos of the moon and the eclipse. Large crowd descended on the Griffith Observatory to look at the eclipse. They posted a...
  • Twitter compra al proveedor de datos de redes sociales Gnip

    (Reuters) - La compañía de microblogs Twitter anunció el martes la compra del proveedor de datos de redes sociales Gnip para proporcionar una mejor capacidad de análisis de datos a sus clientes empresariales. Twitter no informó del precio que pagó...
  • Kate Walsh pole dances for Twitter followers

    Kate Walsh pole dances for Twitter followers
    Some people will do anything to gain Twitter followers. Actress Kate Walsh took her quest to the pole Tuesday on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." Walsh, who plays an ex-stripper in FX's new drama "Fargo," did a pole dance as DeGeneres threw dollar bills,...
  • 2014 Pulitzer Prize goes to 'The Goldfinch' by Donna Tartt

    2014 Pulitzer Prize goes to 'The Goldfinch' by Donna Tartt
    Donna Tartt's bestselling novel "The Goldfinch," published by Little, Brown, won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for fiction Monday. On Twitter, the Columbia University School of Journalism, which announces the awards, had a slip of the finger in its...
  • Turquía dice que Twitter acuerda el cierre de algunas cuentas

    Por Orhan Coskun ESTAMBUL (Reuters) - Twitter cerrará algunas cuentas en Turquía pero por ahora no abrirá una oficina en el país como quiere el Gobierno, dijo un alto funcionario turco el lunes por la noche tras conversaciones sobre una disputa en la...
  • E-cigarette firms targeting young people, lawmakers say

    E-cigarette firms targeting young people, lawmakers say
    WASHINGTON — E-cigarette companies are preying on young consumers by using candy flavors, social media ads and free samples at rock concerts, according to a report released Monday by Democratic legislators. A survey of nine electronic-cigarette...
  • A mantra for the Age of Selfies

    A mantra for the Age of Selfies
    "It's not my fault that everything looks better when I'm standing in front of it." That's the mantra I've created for the Age of Selfies. If you repeat it 10 times and then take a selfie with this column — making sure my picture remains...
  • Turkish president rules out role swap with Erdogan

    ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's president appeared to rule out a job swap with Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan when his term as head of state ends in a few months, signaling strains between the allies following months of political tension. President Abdullah...