Here’s a risky idea: a movie about cancer that isn’t totally depressing the entire way through? 50/50 stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Adam, a cancer-stricken twenty-something and his best friend Kyle, played with his usual raunchy-but-funny shtick by Seth Rogen.
FastCompany.com sheds light on the most important traits that a successful entrepreneur possesses. With start-ups becoming more attractive to job…
Oktoberfest has been a German tradition for over 200 years, and has become a fall staple covering the months of September and October. The festival, which began in Munich in 1810, currently holds the distinction of being the largest in the world.
After a year’s worth of rumors and speculation, Apple has finally announced its next big product at the “Let’s Talk iPhone” unveiling in Cupertino yesterday, and new CEO Tim Cook’s first major launch was met with mixed reactions.
In a world where social media is almost a necessity for any brand or company to be considered “relevant,” an article on Entrepreneur.com gives 5 reasons why websites still matter. While Facebook, Twitter and good ole “word-of-mouth” are great outlets for brand awareness, reports have shown that company websites still reign in popularity amongst consumers.
Smartphones are used for everything these days, whether it’s tweeting, getting directions, or solving heated arguments between friends over whether that actor was in that one movie or not. One app that’s really on the rise, however, is the check-in service – particularly the location-based social networking platform foursquare.
In anticipation for their F8 conference, social networking giant, Facebook, has a new, key feature up their sleeves. They have…
The end of this month is slated to be a very fruitful one when it comes to new TV shows. Now that I’ve spent all summer catching up on more shows than a normal human being should ever watch, I’m thinking about giving these three new dramas a chance in my nightly lineup – and you should too.
The iPhone has held its place as the top-performing & best-selling “smartphone” but many product reviewers have already dubbed the…
Back in 1999, getting music was as easy as hopping onto Napster and downloading your favorite songs in seconds. Today, well… it’s still that easy. But it’s been a bumpy ride.