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Too much Twitter leads to infidelity and divorce, study shows

A University of Missouri study finds that active Twitter users are far more likely to experience Twitter-related conflict with their romantic partners.

By Apr. 7, 2014

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A-Rod and Twitter: A marriage made for divorce?

A recent convert to Twitter, the Yankees third baseman declared that his doctor said he was ready to play. Which persuaded his boss to tell him to "Shut the f*** up."

By Jun. 26, 2013

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Apple, Google, and their approaching mobile divorce

Apple is likely to push out Google Maps next week in its long march toward nixing the search giant as a default service provider. But the longer war in Apple vs. Google will be courting developers.

By Jun. 7, 2012

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75 percent of in-game marriages end in divorce

Out of 26,982 in-game marriages consummated on the game MapleStory (at $25 each), more than 20,000 end in divorce, according to game site Nexon. The world is now officially in crisis.

By Sep. 14, 2011

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The Spotify interview, Netflix rage, and a Facebook divorce!

The U.S. launch of Spotify has been much awaited, and we talk with Chief Content Officer Ken Parks. Fans rage over Netflix price hikes of as much as 60 percent, and a woman sues a man for ending Facebook relationship.

By Jul. 15, 2011

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World's first Facebook divorce?

An Englishwoman discovers that her husband is divorcing her when she reads it on his Facebook status. More upsetting to her: a response from a woman in Canada.

By Feb. 5, 2009

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Facebook poke leads to divorce

Georgina Hobbs-Meyer, married for only six months, caught her husband having cyber sex with another woman. The next step, naturally, was divorce.

By Feb. 3, 2009

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Tesla says not affected by CEO's divorce dispute

In SEC filing, electric carmaker says it doesn't expect CEO Elon Musk's contentious divorce to affect company's highly anticipated IPO plans.

By Jun. 3, 2010

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UK divorce lawyers: A fifth of cases Facebook-related

It has been well established that Facebook fuels suspicions between lovers. Now an online divorce law firm claims almost 20 percent of cases involve Facebook infidelities.

By Dec. 22, 2009

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Divorce pains the planet

The family that stays together keeps its carbon footprint low.

By Dec. 3, 2007