NBC News reports on a member of the formal rap group Kris Kross has been found dead in a home in Atlanta, Georgia.
You remember them from back in the early 90s when they wore their pants backwards in public and made it a fashion trend. http://entertainment.nbcnews.com/_ne...anta-home?lite
DrewryNewsNetwork says NYC Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, founder of Bloomberg L.P. continues to be a "positive health inspiration."
The Mayor continues to take a "positive hardline" on keeping New Yorkers healthy.
Not only is Mayor Bloomberg concerned about the amount of carbohydrates New Yorkers ingest daily from oversized soft drink cups from fast food restaurants, but he's majorly concerned
Facebook fanpage Disconnect put the word out about Google. In a post, they said:
"Google fined $7 million, forced to admit its Street View vehicles collected names, passwords, addresses, emails from millions of unencrypted home and business Wi-Fi networks."
How will people look at Google afterwards? Reports.
Who would've ever thought Lego would make someone a billionaire? Eventally, it did.
Most people grew up playing with Lego. DrewryNews' founder did. In fact, it was intellectual toys like those, along with Commodore computers that made the founder a somewhat "tech geek."
The report below talks about Lego billionaires and inception.
Believe it or not, Lego was founded in 1932, according to Bloomberg.
Google will allegedly pay $7 million "to settle allegations that the company improperly collected personal data for its Street View product." Reports.