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Variety reports that the "Two and A Half Men" actor has signed to play in an indie movie called "Jobs." Can this possibly be true?
The news that Ashton Kutcher is to play Steve Jobs in a new movie was revealed on 1 April, but it's no joke.
After angrily tweeting over the firing of Joe Paterno, Kutcher apparently beamed into the related child molestation scandal and apologized.
New star of "Two and a Half Men" guest-edits Details magazine and fails to disclose his own investments in many of the tech companies profiled. FTC says--on Twitter--that it will not pursue him.
As the chaos of closing route 405 comes nearer, the LAPD tries desperate measures. It asks Ashton Kutcher, Lady Gaga, and Kim Kardashian to tweet news of the road closure to their fans. For free.
Ashton Kutcher, he of more than 6 million Twitter followers, apparently has his account hacked at the TED conference. Strangely, he seems to have done nothing about it.
One of the most prominent faces of the social-news site is leaving for a stealthy start-up that might be Silicon Valley's best-kept secret.
Twitter has been around for over four years, and Facebook even longer, but are the formats becoming tired and self-serving? Ty Pendlebury argues they are.
A blog discovers a flaw in which users can force other users to follow them--and tested it out on Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and CEO Evan Williams.
Wilson's powers to predict the future must be waning because he didn't warn us about the illness keeping him bedridden during today's episode of The 404 Podcast. Luckily Caroline McCarthy is back from SF and she joins us on today's show!