Cybersquatting is not a very Christian ? or legal ? thing to do. That's the premise behind a Florida college's lawsuit against a former student who allegedly committed trademark infringement and cybersquatting when he registered and later maintained a website critical of Pensacola Christian College.
Josh and Lauren Egan were newly married when they bought their first home in Rocky Hill, Conn., and were looking forward to raising a family in the Hartford suburb. Now, they and other residents of their neighborhood worry that they will be living alongside child molesters, rapists and other ex-cons.
A new iPhone app from Playboy skips the racy photos of beautiful women that the men's magazine is famous for in favor of the other content readers might have skimmed past: lifestyle articles about travel, clothes, food, booze and more.
The Army's research and development arm has funded a three-year research program at University of California, San Diego investigating nanofoam for protection -- the first foam armor endeavor ever, the college said.