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Red Bull owes you $10 unless you did, in fact, grow wings

Red Bull owes you $10 unless you did, in fact, grow wings

A successful lawsuit filed by Red Bull enthusiast Benjamin Careathers has taken hold this week. Careathers filed a claim with the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York back in 2013, suggesting that Red Bull does not actually give you energy in any way different from a common cup of coffee. Because of this, Red Bull has been accused of false advertising. Because of this, Red Bull has settled for $13 million dollars - of which you may be entitled to $10 USD.

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Snapchat’s CEO says ads are coming “soon”

Snapchat’s CEO says ads are coming “soon”

Snapchat, despite suffering some big blunders during its relatively short existence, has continued to grow in popularity and boasts a high valuation at over $10 billion. Yahoo was recently tipped by sources to be planning a significant investment into the startup, which is facing growing pressure to begin generating revenue. Advertising is the obvious route, which was recently tipped to be incoming by sources that spoke to the Wall Street Journal. Now the company's CEO Evan Spiegel has confirmed the news, at least in part, saying that ads will be arriving "soon".

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Comcast reportedly called subscriber’s employer to complain about complaint

Comcast reportedly called subscriber’s employer to complain about complaint

Comcast isn't viewed favorably by many consumers, and received a lot of criticism this past summer when a recording was published revealing the difficulty a subscriber had when trying to cancel his service. The latest complaint is worse, as surprising as that may be, and it ends on a sad note: Comcast reportedly contacted the subscriber's employer and lied about conversations that took place, leading to the subscriber being fired from his job, and now refuses to release any copies of the conversations to prove they did, indeed, happen.

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Samsung’s Q3 2014 profits nosedived

Samsung’s Q3 2014 profits nosedived

The past couple years have been kind to Samsung, which has seen record profits and all sorts of bragging rights. That reign held steady for quite a while as the Korean company pumped out mobile gadgets that found favor with consumers. Those numbers started stumbling this year, however, and by the looks of things has taken a massive blow in the third quarter of this year. Such information comes from a regulatory filing, which shows the company is expecting its profits to come in at a three-year low.

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Yahoo servers breached via Shellshock bug

Yahoo servers breached via Shellshock bug

Remember the shellshock bug that caused a lot of hoopla in recent weeks? According to Future South Technologies security researcher Jonathon Hall, some of Yahoo's servers have been breached by hackers via the security vulnerability. The researcher took to Reddit to talk about his discovery, saying that he had contacted Yahoo before going public, but then had to eventually contact both the FBI and "several media outlets" before the company responded to his message. In its response, according to Hall, Yahoo confirmed the security breach.

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