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CES 2015: LG will unveil its New 4K Ultra HD TV with Quantum Dot Technology

CES 2015: LG will unveil its New 4K Ultra HD TV with Quantum Dot Technology

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First Images Of Marvel Superhero Theme Park Unveiled

First Images Of Marvel Superhero Theme Park Unveiled It’s a massive six-story high dome as big as two football fields. It includes 4D rides and games like a state-of-the-art amusement park. And it features 3D animation, virtual reality, and hologram simulations, all...

Jan 9 2014, 9:16am CST

Meet The Real 'Wolf Of Wall Street' In Forbes' Original Takedown Of Jordan Belfort

Meet The Real 'Wolf Of Wall Street' In Forbes' Original Takedown Of Jordan Belfort Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf Of Wall Street” is a raucous bacchanalia of sex, drugs, and money on Wall Street that focuses on the excesses of Jordan Belfort’s career at over the counter brokerage house Stratton Oakmont....

Dec 28 2013, 11:31am CST

Sprint T-Mobile Merger to Occur Despite Anti-Trust Hurdles

Sprint T-Mobile Merger Could Occur Next Year Sprint is trying to woo T-Mobile towards its side. Sprint is preparing a bid to buy T-Mobile US in 2014. A merger is most likely to occur in the first half of next year despite anti-trust hurdles. The acquisition, if it occurs, will leave only three major mobile carriers in the United States.

Dec 14 2013, 3:17am CST

AT&T Considering Vodafone Takeover Next Year

AT&T Considering Vodafone Takeover Next Year AT&T has its eyes set on Vodafone. AT&T is considering to takeover Vodafone as early as next year. And although there haven’t been any talks yet, the odds are in favor of an agreement.

Nov 1 2013, 3:49am CDT

Activision Blizzard to Buy Out Vivendi for $8.2 Billion

Activision Blizzard to Buy Out Vivendi for $8.2 Billion The gaming behemoth, Activision Blizzard made an announcement to buy its stakes back from company's majority shareholder Vivendi. It is a $8.2 billion buy out deal that will make Activision Blizzard independent again by holding 88% shares.

Jul 26 2013, 3:26am CDT

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