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rosie o'donnell


Donald Trump falls into teen trap, hissy-tweets Megyn Kelly

Technically Incorrect: If someone upsets you, Twitter is rarely the place to go first, especially late at night. Yet the most prominent Republican candidate did just that after the first debate.

By August 7, 2015


Scream at your phone to recharge it?

South Korean research looks at recharging phones with the caller's voice and surrounding sounds. Could the science spread and energize the world with our incessant noise?

By May 9, 2011


Newbie's Guide to Flickr

Wondering what Flickr is and why you should use it? We'll tell you.

By March 30, 2007


Does YouTube have a control problem?

Viacom's order to pull clips illustrates the challenges the Internet's biggest video-sharing site faces as it grows.

By February 2, 2007


Martha Stewart buff cooks up fan site

Does all of the recent Martha Stewart bashing have you crying into your cream puffs? One Web consultant is setting out to rescue the dinner party diva from the negative publicity.

September 4, 2002


eBay's Sept. 11 auction winding down

Auction for America has stopped accepting new items, and the remaining auction items will close in 10 days. The grand total raised? eBay isn't saying.

December 27, 2001


Flash graphics land prime time on TV

The entertainment industry is learning new tricks from the Web that could reduce costs and recast a widely used Net animation technology as a significant offline production tool.

By May 25, 2001


Celebrities sound off in AOL e-mail contest

Customers of America Online will hear celebrities utter the famous "You've got mail" sound bite in an upcoming contest.

April 24, 2001


AOL offers voice contest

The online service says it has signed up the likes of Rosie O'Donnell and David Letterman for its "You've Got Mail" promotion.

November 6, 1997


Short Take: AOL and Warner Bros. strengthen ties

Warner Bros. Online and America Online renewed agreements on online programming and cross-promotional activities. The two companies renewed AOL's exclusive rights to Warner Bros. sites including "Insomniacs Asylum," "The Rosie O'Donnell Show," and "Kids' WB!"

By April 17, 1997