Which TV Icon Is Selling His Flintstone-Approved Home?

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Which celeb, who knows a thing or two about rock stars, is unloading this quirky home at anything but a Bedrock price?

Read on to find out which American music…


10 ways Windows 8 beats the iPad

Windows 8 is now available for anyone to download, and it already shows a ton of potential. Here are the top 10 ways Windows 8 is better than the iPad right now.Windows 8 is now available for anyone to download, and it already shows a ton of potential. Here are the top 10 ways Windows 8 is better than the iPad right now.






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Border Patrol: Agents fire at drug gang in Mexico

U.S. Border Patrol agents and Mexican drug traffickers fought a gun battle across the Rio Grande in south Texas, authorities say, the latest of a spate of cross-border shootings.



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‘Art of Video Games’ to open at Smithsonian

A three-day ‘GameFest’ will coincide with the March 16 opening of “The Art of Video Games” exhibition at the Smithsonian‘s American Art Museum.



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Find the military’s QR codes, win $40,000

Got a smartphone? You can win up to $40,000 if you’re first to find all of the U.S. military’s special QR codes hidden across the continental United States. But the huge geographical scope of the contest means that people will probably need to turn to their social media networks to find all the codes.



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Solar cells and batteries could ‘go viral’

A combination of breakthroughs in solar and battery technologies will allow them "to go viral in the same way that cell phones went viral," U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu said at a recent energy innovation conference.A combination of breakthroughs in solar and battery technologies will allow them “to go viral in the same way that cell phones went viral,” U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu said at a recent energy innovation conference.






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Santorum’s embarrassing ‘Google problem’ no longer No. 1

After almost eight years, the website that redefines "santorum" as the very graphic byproduct of a sex act, is no longer the No. 1 result for Google searches on Santorum's name.  After almost eight years, the website that redefines “santorum” as the very graphic byproduct of a sex act, is no longer the No. 1 result for Google searches on Santorum’s name. 






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