Articles By Vittorio Hernandez
Is there a growing shareholder revolt against the giant tech companies? Stocks of Apple, Facebook and Samsung are on a downtrend, and company stockholders have been vocal about their displeasure over the loss of value of their shares.
Goldman Sachs warned on Wednesday that Australia has a 20 per cent chance of going through a recession in 2014 due to the slowdown in mining investments.
Although the spokesman of actor Michael Douglas insisted the star of Behind the Candelabra was misquoted when he attributed his throat cancer to oral sex, the incident has caused the medical community and health-conscious people to take a second look at the ailment.
The Coal Terminal Action Group (CTAG) in New South Wales (NSW) and the Greens Party are accusing the NSW government of altering an environmental study on the impact of dust from coal trains.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 continues to win over the Apple iPhone 5, not only in terms of units sold, but also in physical strength. The test conducted by CNET showed the two popular smartphones dunked underwater, scratched, dropped and then crushed by a truck.
Thanks to actor George Clooney's joke, a beauty and wellness procedure exclusive to men has boosted the popularity and male clientele of a Sta Monica clinic where the treatment began.
When teaching children about sex, people use the birds and the bees as example to illustrate how reproduction takes place.However, bees may soon be no longer a good example because honey bee populations are under threat, prompting researchers at the Washington State University (WSU) to consider setting up a bee sperm bank as one solution.
The accusation by sobbing children that their mum or dad loves another sibling more than them has some basis after all.
Finnish phone maker Nokia is finally laying to rest its Symbian platform after it shipped and sold its last 500,000 mobile units using the old OS during the first quarter of 2013.
Three Oxford University academics are making a bid for eternity by signing up with the Cryonics Institute in Michigan to have their bodies frozen upon death in the hope of being brought back to life later.