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This is a new and improved version of the NeedyMeds Drug Discount Card app for iPhone and Android. Show the downloaded card image to the pharmacist...
Design your own Egyptian Cartouche with up to 12 hieroglyphic symbols.
Help people start a family.
Increase the download speed of file sharing client.
Get a casual family sim game that runs in true-real time.
Game about everyday drama in life.
Help Dr. Daisy diagnose and heal her furry friends.
Please guests with massages, facials, mud masks, and more game.
An App to help brothers get from hall to hall and events across the country!!!!!!!part of the profits will go to sick-n-needy
Daifugo (Grand Millionaire) is a Japanese card game.The winner is called the daifugo (the grand millionaire) , and the last person is called the...
From CNET Magazine: Looking for a way to give back during the holidays? There are apps and websites to help.
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Technically Incorrect: Appearing in a London production of "Hamlet," the "Sherlock" actor is incensed by how many people are pulling out their phones to shoot video during the performance.
Technically Incorrect: The battle of wills between Evander Holyfield and Mitt Romney appears the day after the experience. I did say Mitt Romney.
After being called an "arrogant" and "jerkish" company that doesn't respect privacy, the ride-sharing service aims to show it's a "positive member of the community."
An online tool has come up with up some rather interesting stats about the fans of popular tech brands.
Artist Eric Drass, aka Shardcore, turns image faux pas into infuriating meta fashion statements with his latest Twitter bot, Hipsterbait1.
The city once known for the summer of love is now dealing with a different kind of emotion. An influx of thousands of techies is feeding an unprecedented economic boom -- and generating a whole lot of angst.
Q&A: Not your typical 6-foot, 5-inch multibillionaire, Benioff is urging his tech brethren to follow his philanthropic example and give more to their communities.
Commentary: Futurist Ray Kurzweil says our devices will soon be able to process and mimic human emotions. But even if that's possible, it's not exactly a great idea.