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The 300-year-old Lord of Patience statue from the parish of San Bartolo Cuautlalpan has been X-rayed, revealing a mouth full of actual human teeth.
Google's video site has a subscription-music service coming. Its leaked offer to independent labels confirms YouTube's terms.
A Home improvement corrects for a major oversight and lets Android users organize their apps.
Last but not least, the iPhone version looks and acts like the overhauled desktop and Android versions of the social-networking service.
The digital-music subscription service trims its work force by 15 percent, or about 30 employees, including its president.
Along with a complete redesign of its mobile and Web interfaces, Twitter has released a new option to embed tweets in third-party sites, like blogs. Here's how to use the new feature.
The microblogging site rolls out new improvements including getting rid of the hashbang (#!) in URLs and loading pages five times faster.
Twitter is now transparently telling users when a tweet is "withheld" on copyright grounds, rather than all-out deleting it.
NYTimes figures out who Fake Steve is.