Articles By Reissa Su

Apple's iPhone 5Cs are displayed on racks bearing the logo of China Mobile in Beijing

From Companies Apr 18

Apple Inc (AAPL) Early June Quarter Estimates May Alarm Investors

For Apple Inc.'s investors who expect a strong June quarter, Chuck Jones, a prominent writer of Forbes, has lower expectations. Wall Street's predictions for Apple's June quarter is equally disappointing for those hoping for a big Apple comeback.

Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott addresses during the CHOGM opening ceremony in Colombo

From Politics & Policy Apr 17

Tony Abbott's Budget Cuts on Research a Declaration of War on Science

Australia's scientists have found one common enemy in the person of Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Since Mr Abbott won the September 2013 election, some of the country's brilliant researchers have complained that their funding has been cut. The scientists claim their "expertise" is constantly overlooked in favour of deniers and skeptics.

Cyclone Ita

From Society Apr 17

Former Cyclone Ita Brings Severe Weather to New Zealand; Floods and Power Cuts Hit Auckland

What remains of the former cyclone Ita has left New Zealand's Auckland flooded due to strong winds and torrential rain. The Easter weekend has begun, but some residents have to deal with power cuts and road closures. Power service provider Vector Energy is still working to restore electricity to over 15,000 customers. The flooded Tamaki Drive was closed temporarily because of flooding.

New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key speaks at a luncheon in Sydney February 7, 2014 file photo. REUTERS/Brendon Thorne/Pool

From Society Apr 17

New Zealand Bids Goodbye to Ozone-Depleting Substances in Response to Climate Change

New Zealand will phase out the ozone-depleting hydrofluorocarbons (HCFCs) by the end of 2014 in observance of the Montreal Protocol. According to Environment Minister Amy Adams, New Zealand is ahead of the deadline to phase out substances harmful to the Earth's ozone layer by 2030.

Pope Francis sprinkles holy water with an aspergillum as a blessing during the Palm Sunday mass at Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican April 13, 2014. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

From Faith & Belief Apr 17

Holy Week 2014: Christians in Australia May Soon Become Minority; Catholics Pray for MH370

The coming Easter Sunday is the culmination of the Holy Week and considered one of the most important celebrations among Christians. However, for most Australians, Easter may just be another reason to get chocolate. The number of Christians among the Australian population has declined over 8 per cent in the last two years.

A woman looks at the screen of her mobile phone in front of an Apple logo outside its store in downtown Shanghai September 10, 2013.REUTERS/Aly Song

From Companies Apr 16

Apple Inc Q2 Earnings Preview: Revenues Low, Gross Margin High

Apple Inc. is expected to reveal its Q2 FY 2014 quarterly earnings on April 23 after the final trading call. What do analysts' expectations reveal?

Environmental activists hold placards as they protest during the 19th conference of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP19) in Warsaw November 21, 2013. Several major environmental groups, including Greenpeace and WWF, have walke

From Science Apr 16

Attention Climate Change Skeptics: Man-made Emissions Cause Global Warming

A new scientific study has cited 99.9 percent of the effects of climate change are a result of human activity.

A mysterious black ring that hovered over the English Sky, has led to many people thinking what it possibly could be.  (Photo: YouTube Video Screen Grab)

From Society Apr 16

UFO Ring of Death, Insect Swarm or Smoke? UK Schoolgirl Spots Mysterious Black Ring in Sky

A 16-year old student was shocked to see mysterious black ring in the sky over Learnington Spa. Georgina Heap saw the black ring believed to be from a UFO when she was playing tennis with her mum. She said she saw the giant black ring in the sky for about three minutes before disappearing from her sight.

From Society Apr 16

Blood Moon Aftermath: Kiwis in Awe of Reddish Moon; Sparks 'Rapture' Debate Among Christians

New Zealanders found themselves looking at the sky to get a glimpse of the lunar eclipse known as the "blood moon". Those in Auckland were not able to see the eclipse due to thick clouds but Kiwis on the eastern part of North Island had a great view. Stargazers were in awe of the moon...

Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott addresses during the CHOGM opening ceremony in Colombo

From Politics & Policy Apr 15

Australia Remains Silent Amid Global Warming And Calls For Renewable Energy Use

Australia's Great Barrier Reef is known as a World Heritage site and the worsening effects of climate change have sparked fears that it would soon be destroyed and die.