Articles By Vittorio Hernandez
Apple is again attempting to block the sale of the hot-selling Samsung Galaxy S4 through legal means. It filed a lawsuit with the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California which will rule on Apple's request on June 25.
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.
To indicate her disbelief in the concept of global warming, former Republican Party vice presidential candidate and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin posted a naughty remark in her Facebook account.
The Central Land Council of Australia's Northern Territory started on Wednesday to cull 10,000 wild horses by shooting the animals. The killing of the beasts, which the NT government defended as the humane response to an environmental crisis, made animal rights groups angry.
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.
In a span of four hours from late morning, New Zealand experienced 1,018 lightning strikes, with most of them felt at the top of the North Island, MetService meteorologist Daniel Corbett said.
Although plus size models have been around the global fashion industry the past few decades, large mannequins both in catwalks and photoshoots are still relatively few compared to thin models.
Weather experts said on Wednesday that the tornado that hit Oklahoma on May 21, Tuesday, was stronger than the atomic bomb that hit the Japanese city of Hiroshima during World War II.
Raquel Pempengco, the mother of embattled Filipina singer Charice, insisted on Tuesday that all is well between herself and her 21-year-old daughter, contrary to media speculations that there is a gap.
Microsoft's well-received tablet, the Surface Pro, is scheduled to make its debut in several countries in Europe and other western nations, including Australia, before May ends.