Stories you shouldn’t have missed this week!

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Google Earth Day 2013 doodle animated

Google celebrates Earth Day 2013 with an animated doodle

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Volkswagen Teams Up With Apple, unveils new ‘iBeetle’ !

Oblivion: #1 at the Box Office

Google Glass to hit retail in 2014, you can take photos with a wink !

Apple earnings: $43.6 billion in sales, 37.4M iPhones, 19.5M iPads!

QWERTY-packing Nokia Asha 210 goes official

 

PSY, “Gentleman” Music Video Demolishing YouTube Records!

WWDC 2013

Apple announces WWDC 2013 for June 10-14, confirms iOS 7 and OS X 10.9 previews.

‘Draw Something 2′ now available on iOS App Store

WWDC 2013 sold out

WWDC 2013 tickets: Gone in 120 seconds!

Apple releases new iPhone 5 ad, highlights the camera on the phone

iPhone 5 Galaxy S4 (Tagscape 001)

Samsung’s smartphone sales push profits to record levels!

Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, S4 Mini and 8-inch tablet coming this summer?

Drop test: Apple iPhone 5 against Samsung Galaxy S4!

Oblivion: #1 at the Box Office

Oblivion was the only major release this weekend, so it’s no surprise that it ended up in first place at the box office. The Joseph Kosinski sci-fi thriller earned $38.2 million over its first three days in theaters.

The film is definitely worth a watch.

The release of Oblivion displaced last weekend’s winner, 42, into second place, earning $18 million to bring its total to $54.1 million.

Check out the weekend box office top 10:

Box office top 10:

1. Oblivion, $38.2 million
2. 42, $18 million
3. The Croods, $9.5 million
4. Scary Movie 5, $6.3 million
5. G.I. Joe: Retaliation, $5.8 million
6. The Place Beyond the Pines, $4.7 million
7. Olympus Has Fallen, $4.5 million
8. Evil Dead, $4.1 million
9. Jurassic Park 3D, $4 million
10. Oz: The Great and Powerful, $3 million