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  • Google Play Giving Away “Yeezus” Album And More For Free

    Google Play is giving away Yeezus (arguably the best album of the year) and much more for free. You can see a full list of t…

  • Google Comes Up with the Greatest Way to Honor to Doctor Who: An 8-Bit Doodle Game

    It’s baffling that after more than 50 years on the air with such a dedicated fanbase that someone hasn’t tr…

  • St. Louis Cardinals Had An Interesting Google Description Go Unnoticed For Awhile

    Hmm. Was under the assumption the only outed “gay butt sex team” in professional sports was the New York Je…

  • Google Breaks Out the Pinata for Its 15th Birthday Party

    There will always be debate over what is exactly Google’s birthday–so it’s pretty clever of the br…

  • The Google Glasses Will Let You Take a Picture By Winking, Make Looking at Pretty Women Even More Awkward

    We’ve been getting new and exciting news about Google’s revolutionary sounding and looking “Goo…

  • Google Maps Is Finally Back For iOS Users

    So good news for all the womenfolk and children out there who actually need things like directions, Google Maps is offic…

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    The 50 Most Popular Women On The Web (According To Google) 2012

    CLICK HERE TO SEE UPDATED 2013 RESULTS! Since 2010, we’ve compiled our list of “The 50 Most Popular Women O…

  • This Is Sad: People Googling ‘Who Is Running For President’ Saw A Huge Spike This Week

    How large does the rock you’re living under have to be for you to turn to Googling “who is running for presid…

  • The 10 Most Dangerous Women on the Web 2012 [PHOTOS]

    McAfee has once again released a list of the most dangerous women on the web for 2012. While the names on the list might ac…

  • Want To Vomit? Check Applebee’s Girl’s Night Out Campaign

    Everyone’s favorite crappy restaurant chain, Applebee’s, is reaching out to the divorced MILF communi…

  • The Drive-In Movie Theater: Fun Facts, Ads, and WTF Moments from the Great American Hangout!

    It's the 79th anniversary of the opening of the first drive-in movie theater! You'd think the folks at Google would've waited an extra year before making a big production out of it on their home page. It's still nice to see everyone reminded of the importance of the drive-in movie--so let's learn a few fun facts and check out some weirdness from this great American institution!

  • Today’s Google Homepage Rocks Out With Robert Moog and His Synthesizer!

    Today would’ve been the 78th birthday of electronic music hero Robert Moog, whose synthesizer changed the soun…

  • Asteroid Mining Is Near, Get Ready For The Future [VIDEO]

    Planetary Resources, a private company I have never seen or heard of before yesterday, uploaded a video describing how…

  • Google Just Revolutionized the Adult Industry

    Have you Googled yet today? If not, try to think of something you have to look up. Google has put together a fine stunt to ce…

  • Parodies Of The Google Glass Project Are Getting Accurate [VIDEO]

    Google Glass parodies are all the rage, but I’m pretty sure that this one from the GradLife applies to you more tha…

  • How Google Glasses Are Actually Going To Work [VIDEO]

    Remember those Google Glasses that everyone was talking about a few weeks ago? Yesterday, the company released a POV te…

  • The 68 Greatest Google Doodles For The Company’s 13th Birthday

    September 27th is Google's "birthday". In 1998, Google made its debut. Thirteen years later, they're basically running Earth. Over the near decade and a half, Google's displayed a bunch of interesting "Doodles", simple, low-key alterations to their existing logo that subtly call-out an important date in an understated way. So, it makes sense they'd take a "low-key approach" towards their own anniversary. We decided to take much more extravagant approach. Check out our list of the most important Google Doodles and their backstories (of which there are many) after the jump.

  • The Johnny Cash Project: Google Chrome Pays Tribute To The Man In Black [VIDEO]

    When I first started using Google Chrome, I thought it was the sh*t. Completely blew Firefox out of the water. Then something happened and it all went to sh*t. It might have something to do with all the porn I downloaded. Shoulda searched incognito I guess. Anyway, I might give GC another chance after seeing this crowdsourced music video of Johnny Cash's last recording. To make it, each fan illustrated their own frame of the video. Check it out then get an exclusive Johnny Cash theme after the jump.

  • Wrap It Up: Rachel Uchitel Is Happy Her Fiance Died In 9/11 Edition

    In today's edition of Wrap It Up, Tiger Woods "#1" mistress is suing publications that ran a story suggesting she was happy her fiance died in 9/11, Eddie Murphy will host the Oscars, Soulja Boy apologized the troops, Caroline Wozniacki did Rafael Nadal, Justin Bieber crossed up Steve Nash, Kevin Durant's tattoo might be more hideous than Maryland's uniforms, Chuck Norris & JCVD might join Expendables 2, and much more. Check out the sh*t we should've published after the jump.

  • Wrap It Up: Dave Chappelle Breaks His Silence Edition

    In today's edition of Wrap It Up, Dave Chappelle gives his first interview in 5 years, Google buys Motorola Mobility, Mark Sanchez admits he wanted to fight Rex Ryan, Tara Reid got hitched, Jessica Alba had her second baby, Breaking Bad got renewed, Kate Plus 8 got cancelled, Lebron James got dunked on by an Asian kid, Terminator has a Twitter accont, a Ninja Turtle robbed Wendy's, Rick Perry blew a corndog and much more. Check out the sh*t we should've published after the jump.

  • Wrap It Up: Mark Zuckerberg Joins Google Plus Edition

    Wrap It Up is our end of the day daily feature in which we highlight the internet's best pics, vids, posts, stories, and headlines. Today's items include Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg joining Google Plus, the Russian women's soccer team playing in bikinis, Lebron James dunking on a junior high school kid, MIchael Jordan's love letter from when he was 18, Pam Anderson's high school volleyball photo, Sara Jean Underwood's naked bike ride, Gwyneth Paltrow topless, Shia LaBeouf calling Justin Bieber Frank Sinatra, Obama's a d*ck and much more. Check out the sh*t we should've published after the jump.

  • Wrap It Up: The Riot Kissers Revealed Father’s Day Edition

    Welcome to COED's end-of-the-day feature in which we highlight the most interesting articles, posts, pics, or vids you might've missed on the internet. Today's edition includes the identities of the "Riot Kissers" aka "Oblivious Canadian Make Out Couple", Kate Upton's Esquire shoot, Candice Swanepoel's new Victoria's Secret video, Hef taking back the Shannon Twins, and the good, the bad, and the hilarious Father's Day gifts plus much more. Check out the sh*t we should've published after the jump.

  • Harry Houdini Caught In The Act [30 PHOTOS]

    It's officially March 24th and in case Google's themed banner on their homepage didn't tip you off, today marks the 137th birthday of America's most legendary and influential magicians of the early 20th century - Harry Houdini. But for all his contributions to stage magic and his immortal legacy, not many people know much about him beyond the fact that he was a master escape artist. Houdini was born Eric Weisz on March 24, 1874 in Budapest, Hungary to Jewish parents and was one of seven siblings. Early in his youth, his family traveled to America and settled in Appleton, Wisconsin before ultimately moving to New York. Learn more about Houdini after the jump!

  • The 10 Smartest Pot Smokers on the Planet… Cool Enough to Admit It

    You’ve probably seen those “Above The Influence” anti-drug commercials in which they show worst…

  • WTF News Of The Day: Sit On My Facebook, Parrot 4 Play, Creed Helps Boy Escape Wolves

    Reuters reports the third annual sex survey by Shape and Men's Fitness magazines revealed nearly four out of five women and three of five men say they believe texting, Facebook and other social networking tools cause new couples to jump into bed faster, but only 38% of women say they have actually slept with a date any sooner because of digital intimacy.

  • The Results Are In: COED Will No Longer Use This Word…

    At the beginning of the month, we told you about Lake Superior State's list of proposed banned words for 2011. While we're the last ones to be censoring your freedom of speech, we also don't want to keep saying sh*t that frankly is old news. That's why we embedded a poll asking you to vote for the one word we, as an organization, should ban for the rest of the year. See the results after the jump!

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    Logitech Revue With Google TV [REVIEW]

    Google and Logitech teamed up in an attempt to change the way we watch TV.  After spending a few weeks with the unit they've branded it Logitech "Revue" and we have to say Mission Accomplished (and not in that George W Bush landing on a flight carrier way either). Couch potatoes rejoice, you've got a whole slew of new reasons to never leave the depths of your basement again. Read our review after the jump!

  • List Of Banished Words For 2011 Is An Epic Viral Fail [POLL]

    Just before the New Year, Lake Superior State University released its "List of Words and Phrases Banished from the Queen's English for Mis-Use, Over-Use and General Uselessness", an annual list of terms that should be banned from use for the coming year. The popular list began on Jan. 1, 1976, when former LSSU PR Director Bill Rabe and a group of friends known then as "The Unicorn Hunters" each contributed a few expressions they disliked to form the inaugural list. Since then, LSSU receives well over 1,000 nominations annually through its website, lssu.edu/banished. Check out the 14 words nominated for banishment in 2011 after the jump!

  • The 50 Most Popular Women on the Web

    Do you think you know who is the most Googled woman in the world? Think again. After months of painstaking research, we have the definitive answer to which women get oogled the most on Google. And it’s not who you think. Let’s just say we never thought Betty White and Pam Anderson would be neck in neck for Google hits. Shocked? Check out the list to find out which woman is number one.

  • 15 Signs You’re an Internet Weirdo

    One of the greatest features of the internet is its ability to bring people together; unfortunately, a select group of those people were better left in their lives of gentle solitude, sans modems. These internet weirdos (iWeirdos, if you will) were the type you avoided in high school, as though you had some sixth sense that they would grow up to collect child porn and/or use a Hotmail email account.

  • 5 Essential iPhone Apps for a Night Out

    Whether it’s a night of drinking or a road trip to a new adventure, there are some essential apps capable of keeping you on track and prepared for almost anything. Lost on a deserted road in the middle of nowhere? About to run out of gas, but your pockets are nearly bare? We've got solutions to cover it all.

  • Google vs. China: All Out Cyberwar Or Sissy Slapfight?

    After discovering that hundreds of politically sensitive Gmail accounts had been hacked by the Chinese government, Google’s giving China a choice – let us provide uncensored search results on Google.cn, or we’re pulling out of China.

  • Google Wave Cinema: Pulp Fiction [Video]

    Despite its current invite-only status, the new hottest thing in social networking (and pretty much everything else) is Google Wave. This new technology combines email, IM, social networking, file sharing and chat rooms to provide internet users with a comprehensive communication device more thorough than anything else the world has ever seen.

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