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The last episode name in this post was incorrect at first. It was called "The Reichenbach Fall."
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."
Liking a political candidate's Facebook Page is the Internet equivalent of displaying a political sign in your front yard, a federal appeals court ruled.
Yahoo starts doling out sought-after inactive usernames to people who requested them. If you didn't get your pick, the company is rolling over your requests to a new Watchlist feature, but it will cost newcomers $1.99.
The Japanese wireless carrier is letting its rival Dish go into further talks with Sprint, saying that "we are providing this waiver because we are confident in the value of our transaction."
A Trekkie with cancer wants to see the latest "Star Trek" movie, but may miss the May premiere due to declining health. A friend makes a plea on Reddit and "Trek" director J.J. Abrams comes to the rescue.
The funds go to will go to philanthropic organizations tackling big global programs using novel applications of technology.
The same judge that tentatively dismissed the Apple-Motorola patent trial will now hear Apple's case for an injunction against its rival.
Organizations that work to educate people about slavery and put an end to the practice are among recipients of Google's largesse.