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11 places that have the same name in Britain and America but look very different

by Gizmoration February 28, 2015
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America just got a raise

by Gizmoration February 26, 2015
Deflation concentrated in energy prices has been good for Americans’ paychecks:    SEE ALSO: Gas prices drag inflation down again in January Join the conversation about this story »

Emerging Cable Network WGN America Looks to Cast Its Spell Over SXSW Film

by Gizmoration February 24, 2015
On March 13, WGN America and its original series Salem will turn the official SXSW Film opening party into a "witches' playground," complete with fortune tellers, aerial dancers and other elements of the supernatural.  While the festivities are appropriate for the date—Friday the 13th—it'll also serve as a way for WGN America to reiterate that [...]

US, Latin America worry over Venezuela tensions

by Gizmoration February 21, 2015
Caracas (AFP) – The United States and Latin American nations voiced concerns over political tensions in Venezuela after the socialist government arrested the opposition mayor of Caracas in an alleged coup plot. Almost exactly one year after opposition figure Leopoldo Lopez was arrested as he led a wave of protests against socialist President Nicolas Maduro, [...]

Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani says Obama ‘doesn’t love America’

by Gizmoration February 19, 2015
At a private dinner in midtown Manhattan, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani accused President Barack Obama of not loving America, Politico reports. Giuliani was speaking to a group including Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and conservative business executives. “I do not believe, and I know this is a horrible thing to say, but I do [...]

The 10 happiest states in America

by Gizmoration February 19, 2015
The latest 2014 Gallup-Healthways Well-Being index was released Thursday, and for the first time in the poll’s history Alaska is the happiest state in America. It was followed by Hawaii, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana to round out of the top five.   The Gallup-Healthways data is based on over 176,000 interviews with US adults from [...]

The 10 most miserable states in America

by Gizmoration February 19, 2015
Gallup-Healthways released its Well-Being Index for 2014 on Thursday, and West Virginia is the most miserable state in America for the sixth straight year. It was followed by Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, and Mississippi to round out the bottom five states.  The Gallup-Healthways data is based on over 176,000 interviews with US adults from January until [...]

The 25 smartest boarding schools in America

by Gizmoration February 17, 2015
We recently published a list of the most elite boarding schools in the US by using data from BoardingSchoolReview.com. But because strong academics are a major reason why people opt to attend boarding school, we decided to re-rank the data by highest average SAT score. The SAT, which is scored out of 2400, is one of the top [...]

For Rising Comedy Star Clark Duke, Tweeting Is Like Drunk-Texting America

by Gizmoration February 17, 2015
Specs Who Clark Duke Age 29 Claim to Fame Stars as Jacob in the upcoming film Hot Tub Time Machine 2 (in theaters Feb. 20); recent guest star on CBS' Mom and Two and a Half Men; opportunistic intern Clark on The Office Base Los Angeles What's the first information you consume in the morning? Probably [...]

1.2B Smartphones Sold In 2014, Led By Larger Screens And Latin America

by Gizmoration February 17, 2015
 Apple is reaping the biggest rewards right now when it comes to selling its smartphones and other devices, but the overall picture for the smartphone market in the year ahead may be a little less rosy. 2015 will see a slowdown in growth as more countries reach a saturation point, putting the focus more on emerging markets where smartphone adoption is [...]
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Oscar Nominations 2015: List Of Nominees And Predictions

by Gizmoration January 16, 2015
Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel led this year’s class of Oscar films with nine nominations apiece, including nods for Best Picture and Best Director. The Imitation Game had eight nominations. American Sniper, Clint Eastwood’s movie about Chris Kyle, tied with Richard Linklater’s Boyhood, the movie that took 12 years to make, with six nominations—and Bradley Cooper nabbed a [...]

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Blue Dawn, Rise of the Police State

by Ranjan Yadavon January 13, 2015
Blue Dawn, Rise of the Police State is a film made in Cedar Falls, Iowa, meant to expose the lies of the media in reporting the reality of unaccountable police. Slated to hit the theatres this fall, Blue Dawn emphasizes on the fact that the police state is not a virtual or periphery issue, but [...]
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America And China, Coming War Documentary By John Pilger

by Ranjan Yadavon December 23, 2014
Coming War, a John Pilger documentary, is about America and China. It is the new documentary project campaign now live on Indiegogo, envisioned by John Pilger from London, United Kingdom. The working title of the film is “The Coming War Between America and China”,  and the film is focused on the largely unreported story of [...]

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Indiegogo Extends America’s Kermit Gosnell Movie Campaign

by Ranjan Yadavon December 20, 2014
Indiegogo has extended a historic crowdfunding campaign for a movie about America’s biggest serial killer Kermit Gosnell, brought to you by Ann and Phelim Media. Indiegogo, the worlds crowdfunding portal, has just extended the “Forever Funding” service to the campaigners of the film, Gosnell Movie. This allows projects to re-open their crowdfunding campaign and continue [...]
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Assassin’s Creed Comet to be set in North America

by Ryan Burgesson March 27, 2014
Yesterday French site GameBlog posted some information regarding the other Assassin’s Creed project that is currently in development. After Kotaku translated it, they managed to reveal a big detail. It would appear Ubisoft are recycling Assassin’s Creed 3 (easily the worst in the franchise many fans would say) for their project Comet.  What an odd [...]

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Assassin’s Creed: Unity announced

by Ryan Burgesson March 21, 2014
Ubisoft today revealed their new Assassin’s creed titled Unity and it is set in Paris during the French revolution. The description of the trailer reads: We have been working on the new Assassin’s Creed for more than three years and although we weren’t quite ready to show you our full vision for a next-gen only [...]
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The Nvidia Shield will release in the UK

by Ryan Burgesson February 27, 2014
Nvidia’s handheld PC gaming solution the Shield will release in the UK eventually. Nvidia’s director of corporate communications, Luciano Alibrandi said to TechRadar: It will come… It’s just a question of when. The Nvidia Shield has been around in America for about half a year and it wasn’t exactly met with a huge fanfare. Its [...]
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1 in 2 Americans Use Facebook Every Day: Over 128 Millions

by Nick Adamson August 14, 2013
According to a study made by Facebook, over 40% of Americans use Facebook every day (the web version). That means over 128 million users. And about 24 million in the United Kingdom do the same, the social media company said Tuesday. Regarding the mobile version of the site, 101 million (nearly 33%) users log into this [...]

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Jamestown Colonists Cannibals? Yep, the Found Bones Revealed

by Nick Adamson May 2, 2013
Jamestown Colonists were cannibals…. at least during a period in the 17th century known as ‘the starving time’. The ‘starving time’ in Jamestown was caused by Powhatan sieges, a lack of food, and illness. Documents collected from colonists journals and letters have documented this extensively. In fact when the Powhatan’s took John Smith captive, he [...]
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First Lady Opens Tech Door to Service Members

by Chris Murphyon May 2, 2013
Service members face big challenges when they come home. Don’t forget what happened with Vietnam. Now the White House, with a push from First Lady Michelle Obama, has partnered with some of the biggest technology powerhouses in America to get them jobs before they even leave the force. The new program is known as, The [...]

 
 
 
 

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