A spotlight on the company supplying American ramen luminaries Ivan Orkin and David Chang, and how it will jumpstart a nation-wide ramen crazy.
The company sold 35.2 million iPhones and 13.3 million iPads in the quarter, both below analyst's forecast.
"All you need to know" isn't just a stupid headline formula. It's actually bad for journalism.
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A week after the posting of the neediest customer-retention call in Comcast history, the fallout continues, with the company’s Chief Operating Officer telling Comcast employees in a memo leaked to Consumerist that the incident was “painful to listen to,” but that the rep “did a lot of what we trained him… to do.”
What's worse is that one guy in the front is totally undeterred and keeps on practicing instead of calling an ambulance.
At least four people were killed in a suicide bombing at an army base in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi on Tuesday, a security source said.
Walk down the street in New York and you're virtually guaranteed to see several millionaires. That's because more than 1 in every 25 New Yorkers is a millionaire, according to a study released Tuesday.
Because just hitting a baseball didn't require enough coordination, this guy decided to add juggling and showmanship to the mix.
An Israeli soldier is missing following a bloody seven-hour battle Sunday in an East Gaza neighborhood, Israel’s military said Tuesday. Hamas previously announced on Sunday that it had captured a member of the IDF.
In a further effort to oust Christians from land they have inhabited for two millennia, the Islamic militants have begun turning off a precious utility: water.
How easy is it to bring down a passenger jet with a weapon that’s meant to be used by trained soldiers?
International monitors who have finally gained full access to the Malaysia Airlines crash site in eastern Ukraine said Tuesday the Boeing 777's cockpit inexplicably had been sawed in half while under the control of Russian-backed separatists.
After China's Central Meteorological Observatory issued a yellow heat warning, hundreds of people piled into a swimming pool in Taiyuan, Shanxi to cool off/turn it into a disgusting aquatic mosh pit.
In a backstage dressing room, giant, bearded, thick-necked men are getting ready to compete. They each grab a weapon of choice and head into the bright lights of an arena with 4,000 cheering fans, television cameras, and the vibe of an entertaining spectacle.
Casino operators are changing blackjack payouts to give the house an even greater advantage. Is this a sign that Vegas is on its way back from the recession, or that the Strip’s biggest players are trying to squeeze some more cash out of visitors before the well runs dry?
Invoke the word autocorrect and most people will think immediately of its hiccups. But despite the inadvertent hilarity, the real marvel of our mobile text-correction systems is how astoundingly good they are.
How 1980s childhoods changed the way America thought about the Bomb.
Hong Kong property mogul Li Ka-Shing, who recently said that inequality keeps him awake at night, is building his next property venture for Hong Kongers who are willing to buy even the tiniest apartment imaginable.
If you are a woman working in the games industry, you’re going to experience harassment. I imagine telling my 12-year-old self that fulfilling my dream of making games would lead to constant threats. Would she still do it? Would any woman?
FAA tells US airlines all flights to Tel Aviv airport in Israel prohibited for 24 hours.
At a posh all-women retreat, hedonism and hard work go hand in hand.
Classism, sexism, anti-environmentalism bordering on racism: any parent who discovered these hidden lessons will appreciate that the show's star just quit.
If you're a firm believer that two is better than one, you'll love all the double-headed animals at Bangkok's "Siam House of Bizarre Creatures."
Two federal judicial panels on Tuesday delivered conflicting rulings on how the government subsidizes premiums through President Barack Obama's healthcare law, creating more uncertainty over signature legislation that has been dogged by challenges from Republicans and other conservatives.
Everything can go horribly wrong. It doesn't matter, because you're not at work.
A large study finds American blacks are, biologically, three years older than their white chronological counterparts.
Producers say that the novelty factor for a series often starts to wear off four seasons in.
Albert Einstein was a genius, but he wasn’t the only one — why has his name come to mean something superhuman?
The real magic trick is that this guy doesn't get punched in the face even once.
Per a just-published study in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers from Temple’s neuroscience department have figured out a way to edit human cells and “snip out” HIV DNA.
Japan has cat cafes, black cat cafes, owl cafes, bunny cafes, squirrel gardens and even penguin bars. Now, check out the country's reptile cafes.
"Let's talk about something nicer, like... Ukraine?"
The iconic piano from Hollywood romance "Casablanca" goes on sale at auction in New York in November, the highlight of more than two dozen collectors' items from the fabled war-time classic.
Every time you step off of an airplane, there’s a fight going on inside your mobile phone. It’s a war for dominance, and it plays out in airports across the world. The casualties are dropped calls, and Paula Doublin is one of the generals.
Two large white flags, possibly indicating a complete surrender to the forces of gentrification, have been spotted atop the Brooklyn Bridge.
Last week, Amazon informed us that for ten dollars per month, Kindle users can have unlimited access to over six hundred thousand books in its library. But it shouldn't cost a thing to borrow a book, Amazon, you foul, horrible, profiteering enemies of civilization.
For his valor during World War II, Juan Pujol Garcia received awards from both Adolph Hitler and King George VI.
A Chinese city has been sealed off and 151 people placed in quarantine since last week after a man died of bubonic plague, state media said Tuesday.
Illusionist Eric Leclerc needs only a deck of playing cards to make you believe in mind reading, or at least in the power of probability.
Back in your day, sex was guilty and uncomfortable and anxiety-ridden. But the kids are realizing that it doesn't have to be that way.
No matter where you go and who you talk to, it seems like everyone hates America's tipping culture. Finding someone who thinks our current system is just fine and dandy is more difficult than keeping track of which Kardashian is which.
Politically, a lot is staked on viewing suicidal or violent veterans as crazy.
Munchies follows Byamba, current world sumo champion, through his average day of consuming 10,000 calories.
Little girls dancing on their dads' feet don't hold a candle to this twinkle-toed gentleman.
Much of what you hear about the purpose of marriage is ahistorical. Here's what the institution was traditionally fit for.
Citing a threat to the leader's dignity, North Korea reportedly asks China to block a video that inserts Kim Jong Un's image into bizarre situations, all set to a bouncy dance track.
Cheating sleep is the closest thing we have to cheating death.
In case you haven't heard, America's favorite magazine to carry in public has pulled a Willy Wonka and opened up its robust archive to the general public. But where to begin?