Articles By Vittorio Hernandez

The body of a man is hung upside down in the city of Baquba August 2, 2014. Unidentified gunmen hanged the body of the man who was a member of the Islamic State, formerly known as the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), according to the local pol

From Law Oct 04

Goriest Beheading Video As IS Shows Brit Hostage Alan Henning’s Head Being Sawed Off

The Islamic State (IS) is on a decapitation frenzy again. On Friday, it released a video showing the beheading of its second British hostage, taxi driver Alan Henning. The video had all the elements of a standard IS video: the hostage who wore an orange jumpsuit blamed his government for his death and Jihadist John was attired in black garments and hood, holding a knife.

International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach attends a news conference after a three-day executive board meeting in Lausanne July 9, 2014. Oslo, Almaty and Beijing were confirmed as the official candidates to host the 2022 Winter Olympic Ga

From Sports Oct 03

Only 2 Bidders Left For 2022 Winter Olympics Hosting As Oslo Withdraws Over Fears Of Spending On White Elephants

The future of the Summer and Winter Olympic Games could be at risk as more cities realise how expensive it is to host the sporting event held every four years. This logistical concern was highlighted after Oslo withdrew this week its bid to be the host city for the 2022 Winter Games.

New Game 'Impossible Rush' Keeping Everyone Hooked To Their Phone/ File photo/ Reuters/David Gray

From Companies Oct 03

#Bendgate: It’s Not Just 9 Complaints, More iPhone Owners Post Photos On Instagram Of Bent Devices

Apple claimed that there were only 9 complaints of bending iPhone 6s, but it seems there are more than 9 based on recent postings in Instagram. There were seven recent postings complete with pictures in the photo sharing site.

Police officer Badrya Salem AlSowaidi walks near a Ferrari police car ahead of a patrol in Dubai June 4, 2013. The Dubai Police fleet of cars includes Aston Martin, Bentley Continental GT Coupe, Ferrari, and a recently added Bugatti Veyron.

From Tech Oct 03

Dubai Police To Use Google Glass While Driving Bugati & Lamborghini Patrol Cars

More United Arab Emirates boys will probably want to be a cop when they become adults, if only for the perks of having a Bugati Veyrons or Lamborghini Aventadors as their service vehicle. Soon, the Google Glass could be another added attraction as the Dubai Police Department includes the high-tech glass in their equipment.

A visitor holds a new Samsung Galaxy Note Edge smartphone after its presentation at the Unpacked 2014 Episode 2 event ahead of the IFA Electronics show in Berlin, September 3, 2014.

From Tech Oct 03

If Apple Has #Bendgate, Samsung Has #Gapgate As Owners Complain Of Faulty Galaxy Note 4

If Cupertino-based Apple has its #bendgate woes, rival Samsung has its #gapgate problem. Like Apple, only a few units of Samsung's phablet, the Galaxy Note 4, has a thin gap between the screen and the walls of the case.

Discovery Channel's ‘Shark Week 2014’ Schedule: 13 Specials about Sharks Including Hammerheads, Zombie and Alien Sharks [WATCH VIDEOS]

From Science Oct 03

Western Australia Closes Beach After Man Loses Hand & Arm To Shark

The Western Australian government ordered on Thursday the closure of the beach at Kelpid Beach in Wylie Bay, following a shark attack on a 23-year-old man. The victim, Sean Pollard from Bunbury, lost both an arm and a hand, plus suffered injuries on his leg.

Pop superstar Michael Jackson grabs his crotch during his first of two concerts in Seoul October 11. South Korean authorities agreed to let Jackson perform his History concert in Seoul on the condition that he refrained from any "lewd gestures"

From Tech Oct 03

Celebrities Begin #FeelingNuts - Crotch Grab Photos For Testicular Cancer Awareness Campaign

With his patented crotch grab pose, music icon Michael Jackson would have been the perfect endorser of a new viral trend to promote a testicular cancer awareness campaign if he were still alive. Using the hashtag #FeelingNuts, the campaign has tapped celebrities to have a photo of themselves grabbin...

Jennifer Lawrence, best supporting actress nominee for her role in the film "American Hustle", peeks around an Oscar statue on the red carpet as actor Brad Pitt (L) looks on at the 86th Academy Awards in Hollywood, California March 2, 2014.

From Tech Oct 02

Twitter War Erupts After EU Commissioner Calls Celebrities In Nude Selfie Leaked Photos ‘Dumb’

A Twitter war has started after Gunther Gettinger, the EU commissioner designate of Digital Economy and Society blamed the female celebrities on Monday in Brussels for the furor that their leaked nude selfies caused. He was quoted by BBC as saying, "IF SOMEONE IS dumb enough as a celebrity to take a nude photo of themselves and put it online, they surely can't expect us to protect them.

Tony Zhan, 32, holds up his new iPhone 6 Plus after it went on sale at the Apple store in Pasadena, California September 19, 2014. Hundreds of customers waited in lines outside the store on the first day the new iPhone became available.

From Tech Oct 02

One Month Wait To Buy iPhone 6 In Australia

Notwithstanding #bendgate or the viral video that shows iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus phones bend when placed inside pants pocket for a long period of time, Australians are not deterred and want to join the more than 10 million people who bought one of the Apple flagship devices within 24 hours of its launch.

A man is reflected in an electronic stock quotation board outside a brokerage in Tokyo April 11, 2014. Japanese shares tumbled to six-month lows on Friday and could log their worst performance since the March 2011 tsunami and nuclear disaster after a rout

From Global Markets Oct 02

Fat Fingers Cause $617 Billion Bad Orders In Japanese Stock Exchange

A fat finger caused $617 billion bad orders on Wednesday at the Japanese stock exchange. Fortunately, the amount was cancelled before it was matched, otherwise, it could have caused a disaster in the financial markets because of the huge amount involved.