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Josh Wolford is a writer for WebProNews. He likes beer, Japanese food, and movies that make him feel weird afterward. Mostly beer. Follow him on Twitter: @joshgwolf Instagram: @joshgwolf Google+: Joshua Wolford StumbleUpon: joshgwolf
Florida Man Facebooks Cop-Adjacent Drug Deal Photos Florida Man Facebooks Cop-Adjacent Drug Deal Photos

Florida Man, the world’s worst superhero, is staying busy, as always. A Port St. Lucie man has been arrested after–well, after doing a lot of dumb things. According to the Martin County Sheriff’s office, 21–year-old Taylor Harrison has been arrested …

Facebook Kills Mostly-Dead Poke and Camera Apps Facebook Kills Mostly-Dead Poke and Camera Apps

Facebook has officially killed two apps that were already mostly dead and hadn’t been updated in forever–Poke and Camera (or Camera•, to be precise). If you try to find either in the App Store, you’ll come up empty handed. Facebook …

Netflix on Xbox without Gold Now a Reality Netflix on Xbox without Gold Now a Reality

It appears the rumors are true. Xbox head Phil Spencer has just announced that they are tearing down the Golden Paywall–at least for entertainment apps. In under a month, you’ll be able to stream Netflix (and all other entertainment apps) …

AT&T/DirecTV Deal Reportedly Just Weeks Away AT&T/DirecTV Deal Reportedly Just Weeks Away

Earlier this month, reports indicated that AT&T was considering acquiring DirecTV in a deal that would be worth at least $40 billion. The merger would create a entity that would serve roughly 26 million subscribers. At the time, there was …

No Filter? Site Catches Instagram’s Biggest Liars No Filter? Site Catches Instagram’s Biggest Liars

If you want to let everyone know you’re such a good iPhone photographer that you don’t need to use one of Instagram’s complimentary filters to make your photos pop, the most succinct way to do so is with a #nofilter …

Netflix May Be Leaving Xbox’s Golden Paywall Netflix May Be Leaving Xbox’s Golden Paywall

UPDATE: Microsoft made it official. Original Article: Unlike many of its competitors, Microsoft forces Xbox users to pay for the company’s console subscription service, Xbox Live Gold, if they want to stream content from media apps like Netflix, Hulu, and …

Squirrels Hate Your Selfies, Bro

Now that ‘Selfie’ is the reigning word of the year and everyone from Kim Kardashian to President Obama are spending at least part of their week taking them, it appears, as a culture, we’ve pretty much accepted their inevitability. I …

Snapchat Has to Be Thrilled with This Little Anecdote Snapchat Has to Be Thrilled with This Little Anecdote

What’s so terrifying that it’ll make high-school students panic like they’re seven and someone just took away their recess? Apparently, it’s not a giant zit on prom night or the revelation of a secret burn book. It appears that the …

State Rep Posts Impassioned Plea Against Butt Sex, Wants Doctors to Oppose Gay Marriage for Medical Reasons

The great state of South Dakota, which has had a legal ban on same-sex marriage since 1996 and a constitutional amendment against it since 2006, is about to face its first legal challenge. And before the case hits the court, …

Police Plan to Live-Tweet Prostitution Sting, Embarrass Johns Police Plan to Live-Tweet Prostitution Sting, Embarrass Johns

In what they call an “unprecedented social media tactic,” the Prince George County Police Department is going to live-tweet a bunch of prostitution sting arrests next week. “We won’t tell you when or where, other than it’s somewhere in the …

Vine Is Now a True Video Discovery Website Vine Is Now a True Video Discovery Website

Today, with the launch of their new vine.co web experience, the Twitter-owned six-second video app has finally become a fully realized video-sharing website. Vine launched its web presence back in January, but it was stripped down and in no way …

Twitter Tests Mute Button for When You’re Just Tired of Someone’s Crap Twitter Tests Mute Button for When You’re Just Tired of Someone’s Crap

Sometimes, you don’t really want to unfollow someone, you just don’t want to see their bullshit in your feed for a while. If you’ve ever found yourself in that situation, you’ll be happy to learn that it appears Twitter is …

Foursquare Finally Moves Beyond the Check-In by Ditching It Foursquare Finally Moves Beyond the Check-In by Ditching It

Foursquare has been incredibly quiet since late last year. In December, the company touted 45 million users and $35 million in new funding–but since then they’ve made little to no waves. No major updates, and no big changes. Well, now …

Amazon Expands Same-Day Delivery–More Cities, Bigger Window Amazon Expands Same-Day Delivery–More Cities, Bigger Window

Amazon has expanded their same-day delivery to some additional cities, as well as broadened the window some customers have to order items to qualify for the service. San Francisco and Dallas are among the new cities added to the list, …

Google Glass Costs About $80 in Parts, Claims Teardown Google Glass Costs About $80 in Parts, Claims Teardown

Google Glass, which has been sold for $1500 to all the early “Glass Explorers,” apparently costs about $80 in parts, if a preliminary teardown report is accurate. Teardown.com recently posted its Google Glass teardown results after just recently getting their …

Oklahoma Execution Was Inhumane, Says White House

In a press conference held earlier today, White House spokesman Jay Carney said that the botched execution of Oklahoma inmate Clayton Lockett “fell short of the humane standards required when the death penalty is carried out,” according to the AP. …

Xbox One Launching in China in September, a Year After Lift on Console Ban

Fourteen years ago, China enacted a console ban as the Ministry of Culture derided both the political and violent content in many games. Sure, black market console sales skyrocketed–but it was technically illegal to sell consoles like the Xbox 360 …

Hulu to Stream Free, Full Episodes on Mobile Hulu to Stream Free, Full Episodes on Mobile

Hulu is going to let people stream full TV episodes on their mobile device, regardless of whether or not they’re signed up for Hulu Plus. Up until now, Hulu’s free streaming (ad-supported) has only been available to people on their …

Dumb and Dumber Gets Unnerving Reworking

Dumb and Dumber, the movie that spawned a billion Big Gulps jokes, holds a special place in the hearts of many. The Farrelly brothers’ 1994 comedy is thought to be one of the funniest films of all time by some, …

Rihanna, Instagram Spar Over Nude Photos Rihanna, Instagram Spar Over Nude Photos

Facebook hates nipples. So does the Facebook-owned Instagram. To be fair, Instagram hated nipples before it was acquired by Facebook, but I’m guessing that Instagram hates nipples even more now because of Facebook’s extreme nipple hatred. So it’s not that …

Man Named Popadick Fulfills Surname Destiny in Public Park

Until just now, I’d never come across any “Popadicks.” My introduction to the surname comes in the form of a story about one Donald Popadick, who Ottawa Police claim exposed himself in a public park. Yep. A man named Donald …

Kindles Are Super Cheap Right Now

It looks like Amazon is running a Kindle promotion for Mother’s Day, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t snag one for yourself (or if you’re also a mother, treat yoself). For a limited time, your basic (ad-supported) Kindle model …

Steve Jobs Tops CNBC’s ‘First 25′ List, As He Could Really Rock a Turtleneck Steve Jobs Tops CNBC’s ‘First 25′ List, As He Could Really Rock a Turtleneck

CNBC has been around for 25 years now, and in honor of that, decided to come up with what they call the “First 25,” or the 25 people “to have had the most profound impact on business and finance since …

MIT Undergrads Will Get $100 Worth of Bitcoin This Fall (Yes, All of Them) MIT Undergrads Will Get $100 Worth of Bitcoin This Fall (Yes, All of Them)

“Giving students access to cryptocurrencies is analogous to providing them with internet access at the dawn of the internet era,” says MIT computer science sophomore Jeremy Rubin. With the help of the Bitcoin community and some generous MIT alums, two …