Articles By Vittorio Hernandez
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is receiving flak for making taxpayers shoulder the $127,000 bill for a custom-built bedroom he had requested for the flight that took him and his entourage to London to attend the funeral of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
More nations and U.S. states are considering the legalisation of medical marijuana to provide relief to cancer and MS patients, but a comedian attributes the cure of his prostate cancer to the weed, and he is not cracking a joke.
Gina Rinehart, Australia's richest person, just added more money to her wealth. On Friday, she and another female billionaire were awarded $200 million after they won a lawsuit against Rio Tinto (ASX: RIO).
The surveys were right. Weeks before May 13, polls indicated that 40-year-old Nancy Binay, a candidate for senator in the Philippine election and daughter of Vice President Jejomar Binay, would be elected one of the 12 senators.
With just two days to go before Google's I/O developers' conference opens on Wednesday, May 15, all indicators point to a longer wait for Key Lim Pie OS would-be fans.
More Australians are installing photovoltaic cells on their roofs to capture the power of the sun and cut at the same time their power bills. In Perth, state-owned electricity retailer Synergy estimated 10 per cent of its 112,000 customers are now using solar systems.
Zoom lens in cameras used to be the domain of digicams, not mobile phones. A Russian Web site said over the weekend that South Korean tech firm Samsung is set to release a smartphone with a 10x optical zoom lens.
Following the tragedy that severely damaged the hands of her 15-year-old autistic son to be severed just two days before Mother's Day, Rebecca Boggan, the mum of the victim, called for the closure of all Web sites that contain instructions on how to make bombs like this one.
If there are top 5 or 10 smartphones or tablets recommended by techies for the devices' good performance and strong features, there is also a list of phones on the negative list.
A new study made by a 14-year-old student warns users of iPad 2 with pacemakers not to place the tablet too close to their chest or risk their lives.