The telltale signs have already been there as early as 2012. It was just a matter of when will Ford Australia finally collect its guts to formally announce the closure of its manufacturing plants in Australia. That time came on Thursday as Ford Australia finally confirmed it is closing down and letting go 1200 jobs in the process.
The upcoming Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 is going to be sold in affordable price once it is released according to the South Korean tech giant, Samsung. However, the said device appeared on Adorama, a New-York based retailer selling the device for $199.99.
Samsung Electronics Co said sales of the latest version of its flagship Galaxy S smartphone have reached 10 million since its launch in late April, making the model its fastest selling smartphone.
Joseph and Keana, an interracial couple from Virginia, are already used to getting stares from other people. However, they were shocked and outraged when a police officer suddenly appeared at their doorstep to investigate if the three biracial children were theirs as a response to Walmart security’s concern that they may have been kidnapped.
Sony agrees to a revamp and puts spin-off proposal under evaluation.
Stocks ended Wednesday broadly lower after a rollercoaster day of trading, as investors sorted through mixed signals from the Federal Reserve on the outlook for monetary policy.
With the way she handled the Greek debt crisis and the strong performance of the German economy amid the euro crisis, it is not surprising that German Chancellor Angela Merkel is the world's most powerful woman. Forbes magazine confirmed that by placing Ms Merkel no 1 on its annual list of The World's 100 Most Powerful Women.
Even though a Walton took her crown away as the richest woman in the world, Australian mining magnate Gina Rinehart is still the country's richest person, the BRW magazine confirmed on Wednesday.
Indian mobile network operator Idea Cellular on Tuesday unveiled two third-generation Dual SIM smartphones, aimed at updating existing 2G users to 3G, but affordably.
Food sales drop 4.1% in April from March - the largest monthly fall in two years.