Andrew Breitbart speaks out on Weinergate, the E3 and Apple iCloud, and the Discovery of New Species

Adriana Diaz

Searches for conservative journalist Andrew Breitbart are soaring due to his comments made at Rep. Anthony Weiner's apologetic press conference Monday. Breitbart was the first to publish Weiner's lewd photo tweets on his website, Breitbart came out before Weiner at the press conference to demand an apology from the liberal media and challenged them to give him "one example of a provable lie."

The Electronic Entertainment Expo, commonly known as E3, is underway in Los Angeles, and it's creating a lot of online buzz. Searches for the Wii 2 have spiked 180 percent as Nintendo unveils its new console. Gamers are searching for the popular Halo 4 video game after the announcement after its release. Also, searches for "iCloud" are skyrocketing as Steve Jobs unveiled the newest service at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. It was trending on Twitter even before announcement.

Lastly, did you know that 615 new species have been discovered by scientists on the island of Madagascar since 1999? Well, the Web is buzzing with photos of the new species. One of the discoveries, made in 2000, is the mouse lemur. At 30 grams, it's the smallest primate in the world!  Another popular one is the cork bark leaf-tailed gecko, which has eluded scientists for so long because of its amazing camouflage. According to the World Wildlife Fund, new species are discovered constantly. We'll have to wait and see what pops up next!

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