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When will we learn? When something is shared on your Timeline with a suspicious-looking link and a vague write-up like "This is amazing" – even if the person who posted it is your most trusted friend – don't click on it!
BEIRUT (AP) - A video posted online purportedly shows Syrian soldiers taking a break from the country's civil war by bopping around to American R&B star Usher's hit song "Yeah!"
The soldiers dressed in camouflage combat gear - some armed with automatic rifles or rocket-propelled grenades
By DIDI TANGAssociated Press
BEIJING (AP) - China's new leader said the ruling Communist Party should tolerate "sharp" outside criticism, in comments that are being viewed skeptically by a public accustomed to pervasive censorship.
State media said newly installed party General Secretary Xi Jinp
By PETER SVENSSON and BARBARA ORTUTAYAP Technology Writers
NEW YORK (AP) - With its annual meeting looming and its stock on the decline, Apple is facing a rebellion from an influential investor who wants the company to stop stockpiling cash and give it to shareholders instead.
Greenlight Capital sai
By DIRK LAMMERSAssociated Press
Isaac Clarke has grown over the first two "Dead Space" games from a troubled systems engineer into a full-fledged action hero, so it would be naive to think that the series would not morph alongside its protagonist.
"Dead Space 3" (Electronic Arts, for the Xbox 360, P
BRUSSELS (AP) - EU officials are pushing a plan to make the Internet safer - more resistant to cyberattacks, freer from cybercrime and safer for children to use.
The proposal unveiled Thursday would require each of the European Union's 27 nations to designate an authority to prevent and respond