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'Sherlock' Funko figures can surely solve mini mysteries

Re-create your favorite sleuthing moments from "Sherlock" with Funko's Vinyl Pop figures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson, as well as their friends and enemies.

By July 30, 2015


'Sherlock' collector dolls look for tiny clues

Re-enact your favorite scenes from the hit British show with these fully articulated and highly detailed figures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson.

By April 16, 2014


Sherlock returns! Mini-episode grants fans early Xmas wish

Dr. John Watson, DI Lestrade, a very haggard Anderson, and Sherlock Holmes himself star in "Many Happy Returns," a mini-episode leading up to the premiere of season 3 of "Sherlock."

By December 24, 2013


Disney buys Pixar in $7.4 billion merger

just in Hollywood stalwart to acquire Pixar, the successful animation studio majority owned by Apple's Steve Jobs.

By January 24, 2006


Metallica, Dr. Dre urge colleges to cut Napster access

The attorney representing the musicians in their lawsuits against the file-swapping software company is sending letters to top universities, pushing them to block students from using the service.

By September 8, 2000


Napster boots Dr. Dre fans from service

Another 230,142 people become temporary casualties in the battles between the record industry and the music-swapping software company.

By May 26, 2000


Dr. Dre chimes in with names to ban from Napster

The rap artist gives the company a list of 239,612 usernames of people he says have illegally made his songs available online.

By May 17, 2000


Napster blocks Metallica fans; Dr. Dre takes names

The music-swapping software company blocks hundreds of thousands of screen names per rock band Metallica's request, adding teeth to its software program to make the ban stick.

By May 10, 2000


Rap artist sues Napster, students

Dr. Dre sues the MP3-swapping firm, but this time he's raising the stakes by targeting students at universities using the software to download MP3 files.

By April 25, 2000


Short Take: PointCast CEO appointed to presidential committee

Push technology pioneer PointCast announced that President Clinton has appointed its new president and CEO, David Dorman, to the advisory committee on high performance computing and communications, information technology, and the next-generation Internet. Also appointed were Dr. John Miller of Montana State University, Dr. Joe Thompson of Mississippi State University, and Dr. Irving Wladawski-Berger of IBM.

November 4, 1997