Articles By Vittorio Hernandez

Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond poses for a selfie as he meets supporters during a walkabout in Perth, central Scotland, September 12, 2014. The referendum on Scottish independence will take place on September 18, when Scotland will vote whether or

From Tech Oct 12

Hackers Access 100,000 Snapchat Images, Leaked Online

If celebrities have their 4Chan and Reddit nude selfie photo leaks, young people have their own headaches as reports indicate that hackers had accessed over 100,000 naked images of Snapchat member and had leaked them online.

People sunbathe during the "" web community's annual gathering on private property at Oasis of Zello naturist resort near Bologna, central Italy, June 22, 2013. The largest Italian nudist web community has what it says are some 40

From Science Oct 11

Expect A Lot Of Nude Bodies In Wellington As New Zealand Wins Bid To Host International Naturist Federation’s World Congress In 2016

New Zealand would be the venue of the International Naturist Federation's (INF) World Congress in 2016 after the country's Naturist Federation won the bid to host gathering. That would mean about 200 naturists from over 30 countries would stay at the Wellington Naturist Club's headquarters in Upper Hutt.

Jennifer Lawrence, best actress winner for her role in "Silver Linings Playbook," reacts after photographers made a picture of her making an obscene gesture as she took the stage in the photo room with her Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards in Hol

From Tech Oct 11

Fappening: Jennifer Lawrence’s Daring Vanity Fair Photo Sends Mixed Messages

The ruckus created by the nude selfie leaks of celebrities such as Jennifer Lawrence refuses to die down, especially since the Hunger Games star spoke about the incident and had a pictorial with Vanity Fair which includes daring photos.

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From Sports Oct 11

Boxing News 2014: Floyd Mayweather Denies Fight With Pacquiao; Threatens To Remove Dad From Money Team Over Wrong Info

The drama behind the dream match between Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao took two dramatic turns on Friday when Money May not only denied such a match would take place in 2015, but he even threatened to remove his father, Floyd Mayweather Sr, from the Money Team.

An attendee tries an Oculus-powered Samsung Gear VR headset during the French telecom Orange annual company's innovations show in Paris October 2, 2014.

From Companies Oct 10

Accounting Software Provider Xero Is #1, Tops Australia’s List Of Most Innovative Companies

An accounting software provider in Australia, ironically named Xero, became number 1 when it topped the country's list of most innovative companies. Xero headed the 2014 BRW Most Innovative Companies list which was compiled by Inventium, an innovation consultancy.

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks at the National Press Club in Canberra January 30, 2013. Gillard stunned voters on Wednesday by setting a national election for September 14, eight months away, in her first major political speech for 2013. E

From Politics & Policy Oct 10

No Bronze Statue Yet For PM Tony Abbott As Ballarat Runs Out Of Funds For Botanical Garden Bust

Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard unveiled on Thursday her bronze statue at the Prime Ministers Garden in Ballarat. Political cartoonist Peter Nicholson sculpted the bust of the country's 27th and only female PM.

Tourists urinate into the sea off Copacabana beach, as soccer fans from many countries gathered during the 2014 World Cup, in Rio de Janeiro June 17, 2014. In a project called ?On The Sidelines? Reuters photographers share pictures showing their own quirk

From Science Oct 10

UK Campaign Encourages University Students To Pee While In The Shower To Save Water

The University of East Anglia (UEA) in the United Kingdom is encouraging its students to release their first morning urine while showering at the same time to save on water. Such as simple move could save 720 million litres of water if the practice becomes nationwide.

A train hauling carriages filled with iron ore is seen on the outskirts of Port Hedland in the Pilbara region of Western Australia in this December 3, 2013 file photo. If Australian miners are worried about the dramatic decline in iron ore prices, it does

From Global Markets Oct 10

Rio Tinto Says Demand For Iron Ore Still Strong Despite Lower Price; Australia Seeks More Info About Beijing Tariff On Coal Imports

While the miner expects 125 million tonnes of expensive iron ore supply to leave the market in 2014, Rio anticipates demand for iron ore will remain high as China's steel production would reach about 1 billion tonnes by 2030.

A woman wearing a mask walks past a wall painted with China's national flag in central Beijing, October 9, 2014. Beijing issued a yellow alert for air pollution on Wednesday with smog forecast to continue for the next three days until Saturday, said the B

From Economy Oct 10

IMF Forecasts China To Dethrone US As World’s Biggest Economy With $17.6T GDP

Despite the slowdown in its red-hot economy, China's growth story continues, threatening to dethrone the US as the world's largest economy in 2014 in terms of one indicator. This is the purchasing power parity, said the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

A transsexual contestant gets ready for the beauty pageant "Miss Trans Nuevo Leon" at a bar in Monterrey July 25, 2013. Eleven transsexuals competed in a beauty pageant to raise awareness and promote gender equality, according to local media. Pi

From Law Oct 10

Brothel Owner Discloses History Of Violence Between Aussie Chef & Indonesian Wife

The owner of the brothel where slain, chopped and cooked Indonesian transsexual sex trade worker used to work said on Thursday that there were indicators that the union of 27-year-old Mayang Prasetyo and her Australian husband Marcus Volcke was in trouble.