Articles By Vittorio Hernandez
Female drivers had long been the butt of jokes of motorists, but a woman driver in Ireland unwittingly became a YouTube sensation for her very poor parking skills.
When Benigno Aquino III was proclaimed Philippine president in 2010, Filipinos were speculating who would be the country's first lady since the son of a former president was still a bachelor at 50.
nvestment guru Warren Buffet just opened an account with Twitter with the handle @WarrenBuffet, and he already has more than 188,000 followers in a matter of hours.
Singapore is a tiny city-state, but it looms large in the international aviation industry since its national air carrier and airport topped two separate lists of best airlines and gateways made by Business Insider.
It's 27 days of verbal wanking for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as the city celebrates May as the National Masturbation Month.
This early, technology pundits are anticipating another platform where rivals Apple and Samsung will fight over - page-turning patent.
Who says that Facebook is losing its popularity? While some young people may have stayed away from the world's most popular social media site, Facebook continues to dominate with monthly active users now reaching 1.11 billion.
Results of a study published by a blogger on Tuesday of the Exxon Mobil Pegasus pipeline oil spill in Arkansas said there are 30 chemicals found in the sample.
Despite the delays in its production due to parts shortage and the non-repairability due to its unique body case, HTC One emerged again as the best phone, according to tech experts.
Kiwi children born to New Zealand parents or migrants have the country's Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages to thank for because they got decent and normal names, not names they would be ashamed of when they grow older.