Aha ha ha! I was surprised that apple didn't do it first. I think Samsung with their Android already corner most of the smartphone market. Personally, I don't really like Samsung, but it seems that their market is gaining ground because Apple screwed up.
Good morning Wuhan! New day of tournament in Wuhan, China and there are few interesting matches that will be played today. Simona Halep is going to play against girl from same countries that she is and she is completely favorite in that match. As for Caroline Wozniacki, she is going to play against Samantha and going by previous match and tournamen
Yeah, this headline is probably true, because I didn't get it. I mean if you came to the gym and you paid for it, which is how we do it in my country. Why would you care about others, do you work out for them or you work out for yourself? If you only see you and only care about yourself you will never get in awkward situation. Anyways, for those wh
What if the search result is used by general population to know more or to be informed about these terrorist? Can they be branded as terrorist too even if their intention to see information in the cast array of digital world? I think the censorship that Google did will result in more scrutiny if the government start to influence the internet giant
They offered unlimited data plans, but customers were left unaware that their speeds would be knocked down to near-unusable levels after they had used a certain amount of data,... They have been doing this since the start of internet boom in 1994! The question is that why is the FTC? The other ISP does the same thing and why FTC only sued AT&T whi
First thing first, China is not in Southeast Asia, and certainly not Shanghai! Duh! The author of this article should get a geographic lesson. Anyway, this is no surprising. When Cook took over Apple after Jobs, he shifted most of the production to Pegatron instead of Foxconn Shenzen factory. This is a political move to make Shanghai metro to be mo
What do you think of Norway jumping on the mass surveillance band wagon and becoming a minion of the USA? The Reuters' headline screams: "Norway Eyes Purchase of Up to 6 Boeing-Built Maritime Surveillance Aircraft" Norway could purchase five to six units of a Boeing-built maritime surveillance aircraft as the country seeks to expand its military co
At first glance, the headline leads on to ponder that this expat may have gone way overboard with "freedom of expression". However, it seems, he was just trying to help out some charities: Scott Richard, 42, has been held for three weeks after sharing a post promoting a crowdfunding campaign by a US charity to buy blankets, warm clothes and sleepin
Life is Strange developer Dontnod Entertainment didn't make this. "Developer doesn't make game" is a strange headline but this game announce is confusing enough that it seems the most appropriate response.