Pedestrians are reflected as they walk past advertising posters ...
Feb 8th, 2012
(Reuters) - Pedestrians are reflected as they walk past advertising posters for the upcoming 62nd Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 6, 2012. The 62nd Berlinale kicks off the European festival season. REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) -
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - The Taliban claimed responsibility Wednesday for an attack in Afghanistan that killed four American troops just hours after the insurgent group announced it would hold talks with the U.S. on finding a political solution to ending the nearly 12-year war in the country. (Source: Associated Press)... [Full Article]
By Victoria Cavaliere WILDWOOD, New Jersey (Reuters) - The bottom line on the boardwalk in Wildwood, New Jersey: Pull up your pants. The Jersey Shore city voted on Wednesday to ban saggy pants on its two-mile stretch of boardwalk. Offenders whose pants hang lower than three inches from the waist could be fined up to $200, and the statute also requi... [Full Article]
ISTANBUL (AP) - Hundreds of police in riot gear pushed past improvised barricades early Tuesday to reach Istanbul's central Taksim Square, firing tear gas and rubber bullets to scatter protesters who have occupied the area for more than a week. (Source: Associated Press)... [Full Article]
Shazam, the song-identifying app whose logo keeps making its way onto TVs for second-screen expansion, has expanded its smart-listening deeper into your life with a new automatic tagging feature that basically turns your iPhone or iPad into a personal little wiretap. (The new feature isn't available for Android yet.) To save users time, Shazam... [Full Article]
By Tony Maglio LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Tuesday was a big day for super dude-y movie posters of upcoming Zach Snyder action flicks. First, Mondo released two sets of posters for sale inspired by "Man of Steel" by artists Ken Taylor and Martin Ansin. Taylor's poster depicts a young Clark Kent running through a field towards his far... [Full Article]