EXCLUSIVE Rick Ross just pulled a John Lennon … pumping up his new album by likening it to the Festival of Lights. Shalom?  Ross’ “Black Market” drops this Friday, just two days before Hanukkah starts — a fact he was clearly aware of when we got him in NYC, and asked if he had any predictions for the album’s success. […]

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Mark Zuckerberg’s wife Dr. Priscilla Chan gave birth to the couple’s first child, a daughter, early last week. “Max, we love you and feel a great responsibility to leave the world a better place for you and all children,” Zuckerberg and Chan said in letter to their daughter, which they posted on Facebook Tuesday. “We wish you a life filled with the same love, hope and joy you give us.

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Britain’s communications regulator Ofcom has published a report showing that about 20% of poor Wi-Fi performance is caused by electronic gadgets and lights in the home. While problems with network congestion and infrastructure carry most of the blame for slow broadband, devices such as baby monitors and home phones can interfere with your Wi-Fi because they compete for frequencies, an Ofcom spokesperson said.

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Inside the viral story of Gravity CEO Dan Price. From It seemed too good to be true. On April 13, with reporters from the New York Times and NBC News hovering nearby, Dan Price, the young chief executive officer of Gravity Payments, a Seattle-based credit card processing company, told his staff he was raising their minimum salary to $70,000 a year. Some employees would see their wages double. There was more: He planned to cut his own $1.1 million compensation to help cover the cost.

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