The 500 under-seat power supplies and more power outlet upgrades to come are expected to cost the airport $400,000.
But when Sony announced it would release the movie online, his get-rich-quick scheme fell apart.
The man sold his girlfriend’s mattress set for $100, little did he realize her cat was hiding inside.
Starting Wednesday afternoon, you can watch the controversial Sony Pictures comedy “The Interview” online.
Sony said the movie “will be in a number of theaters on Christmas Day.”
Sony Music said that Cocker passed away on Monday “after a hard fought battle with lung cancer.”
Elton John and David Furnish planned a celebration at their estate near Windsor Castle west of London.
The regime says if the U.S. refuses to a mutual investigation to find the culprits, it will be met with “serious consequences.”
Nine years of Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report” came to an end along with its mythical presiding pundit.
The Human Rights Foundation has been working with groups in South Korea to drop balloons into the North that are filled with banned items.
He posted an offer last month on Reddit, and received thousands of emails, including 18 from actual Elizabeth Gallaghers with Canadian passp…
Next month will mark 80 years since the birth of the pop culture icon.
Zuckerberg said they haven’t figured out a way to prevent the feature from being a “force for bad.”
Facebook is updating their search feature to allow you to find any post shared with you. The new feature adds the ability to search for word…
Mutant horrors, singers and kissing strangers had a big year on YouTube.
“At its best, social media makes the world a smaller place and builds community on a global level,” Sheryl Sandberg said in an interview.
The feline with the permanent scowl rose to fame in a YouTube video that went viral.
PORTLAND, OR. (KOIN/CNN) – A Portland Christmas tradition continued as Chef David Diffendorfer unveiled his 19th gingerbread masterpiece tit…
Director Sam Mendes announced the name of the 24th official Bond film at England’s Pinewood Studios.
Starbucks is giving away a free food or beverage item from participating stores every day for the next 30 years.