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Bromance Calculator will rate your bros!Find out who has your back by checking on their loyalty, humour, honesty and wingmanship.
huge gay dating app with new of gay men and lesbian women joining as members
Bromance is the location-based event driven platform that connects guys with like-minded people to be active in their area. Using your iPhone or...
*********************************************Created by Sara King in the Game Production Course, Fall 09.The Art Institute of...
justWink lets you personalize and send awesome greeting cards from your phone to your friends, family, and beyond, via REAL MAIL, TXT messages,...
Is This Bottle Corked?: The Secret Life of WineMichael Bywater and Kathleen BurkHarmonySeptember 8 2009Weve all come across those suave, confident,...
A fast-paced comedy card game fueled by the freaky humor of you and your friends. Fire back answers to far out prompts to make your friends laugh...
Twitter has unveiled a new account for a quadcopter drone taking snapshots at the Cannes Lions festival.
CNET’s Roger Cheng explains why he’s emotionally attached to the X-Men franchise and whether "DOFP" holds up as a worthy sequel. Caution: mild spoilers ahead.
Selfie, noob, lifehack, or bromance could be a new word in Hasbro's official Scrabble Players Dictionary thanks to the Scrabble Word Showdown. May the best word win!
Researchers from MIT and Harvard create a new form of matter and teach us all a lesson about the power of quantum friendship.
This over-the-top video will certainly inspire some eye rolls, but still serves up some valuable footage that shows how gamers may interact on the PS4.
The new MSN Onit app for Windows Phone 7 offers tips to guys in need of manly advice.
Twitter and Microsoft are talking about renewing their data stream licensing deal, according to All Things Digital, but its sources say the two sides are still far apart. Google walked away from a similar deal with Twitter recently.
Episode 36 of the Inside CNET Labs Podcast.
The FCC may decide that microcell mobile boosters are not legal, Samsung launches 3D video on demand in Korea, and Microsoft helps the feds bring down one of the largest e-mail span rackets.
Ken Auletta, who just wrote "Googled: The End of the World as We Know It," says the search giant need to focus less on engineering and more on the fears of its growing power.