The practice is confusing, inefficient and ultimately discriminatory, researchers say.
The region is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to clean itself up before this month's summit. Some locals aren't happy with the faux images on empty buildings.
Facebook users were treated to the image of an employee licking a tall stack of shells.
The insanely popular app has 15 million daily players, stomping nearly every other mobile game. It's free but still brings big bucks to developer King.com.
Homicidal gnomes are not sitting well with television viewers, dozens of whom have complained to regulators.
Yahoo is finally showing some interest in the Web property it neglected for years. There's a larger strategy at play here.
Once the domain of mayors and military veterans, this honor now goes to anyone with deep pockets -- or a good costume.
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