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Meet HuffPost: New leadership, new look, new name

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When talking about the future of the Huffington Post brand, editor-in-chief Lydia Polgreen points to the homepage “splash” following the news that Bill O’Reilly had been let go from Fox News.

The first IMAX VR arcade is a huge hit—and I can see why

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Virtual reality may have just got the shot of confidence it needed to break into the mainstream.

It’s official — ‘Call of Duty: WWII’ will send the series back to the second great war

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The rumors are true — the Call of Duty series is diving back into the world of Axis vs. Allies with Call of Duty: WWII.

Activision revealed today the title of its upcoming game Call of Duty: WWII along with a picture of a soldier wearing a U.S. military helmet. More information about the game will be revealed during a live stream April 26 at 1 p.m. ET on the Call of Duty website.

Call of Duty: WWII is being developed by Sledgehammer Games, the team that developed Call of Duty: Advanced…

Female Fox panelist told she was giving America an erection on air hours after O’Reilly got fired

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Just a few hours after it was announced Bill O’Reilly was dropped from Fox News over multiple allegations of sexual harassment, anchors at a Fox roundtable managed to make crude jokes about a female anchor’s appearance on air. To her face. To everyone’s faces, like that’s a totally cool thing to do.

Netflix is all set to hit a major milestone this weekend

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Nearly 10 years after Netflix began offering online streaming of movies and TV shows, the company says it’s all set to hit the 100-million subscribers mark.

The California-based company says it expects to hit the milestone this weekend. “It’s a good start,” the company wrote (PDF) to shareholders at the earnings call for the first quarter of 2017.

While the United fiasco unfolded, a travel writer made $11,000 off overbooked flights

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Two passengers were both hit with overbooked flights this weekend: One, as we all know too well now, was forcibly dragged off the plane, while the other was paid $11,000.

While the United fiasco unfolded, a travel writer made $11,000 off overbooked flights

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Two passengers were both hit with overbooked flights this weekend: One, as we all know too well now, was forcibly dragged off the plane, while the other was paid $11,000.

Finally, some good airline news: The FCC won’t let people talk on cellphones during flights

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While the long arc of air travel undoubtably bends toward misery, passengers were just offered a brief glimmer of hope.

The Federal Communications Commission decided on April 10 to reverse a 2013 proposal that would have allowed cellphone use mid-flight.

Finally, some good airline news: The FCC won’t let people talk on cellphones during flights

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While the long arc of air travel undoubtably bends toward misery, passengers were just offered a brief glimmer of hope.

The Federal Communications Commission decided on April 10 to reverse a 2013 proposal that would have allowed cellphone use mid-flight.