- A post on 4chan may have hinted at the attack in Westminster on Wednesday that has left at least four dead and twenty injured.
- Apple Inc booked orders for over two million iPhone 5 models in the first 24 hours, reflecting a higher-than-expected demand for the consumer device giant's new smartphone and setting it up for a strong holiday quarter.
?Gorilla Carries Toddler? Video Goes Viral; Will There Be A Backlash Against The ?Gentle Giants?? [VIDEO]A video that is more than 20 years old has gone viral after a video that was shot at the Howletts Wild Animal Park in the United Kingdom was released, the New York Daily News reported.
Kate Middleton Topless Photos: Legal Action Taken in France, But Italian and Irish Magazines Also Print PicturesAttorneys from Britain?s Royal Family have initiated legal action against the French magazine that printed topless photos of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge.
- Just as it appeared the attention surrounding "Fifty Shades of Grey" couldn't get any greater, new reports indicate the pop singer Justin Bieber may have been approached to play the lead role in the film version of the best-selling book.
- Kate Middleton is not just anyone. She is the wife of the future King of England – and her privacy has been violated in one of the worst ways imaginable. Having her topless photos published in a magazine is a grave breach of decency.
Nokia Windows Phone 8 Devices Among First In UK With LTE, But Are Users Willing To Ditch iOS And Android?The Nokia Lumia 920, a flagship Windows Phone 8 device that was recently unveiled, will be released in the United Kingdom as one of the first smartphones in that area to feature LTE connectivity. UK carrier Everything Everywhere has just announced that its plans to roll out a 4G LTE network will be put into effect, and it will be rebranding itself as EE from here on forward.
- Most U.S. employers are unwilling to add workers because of uncertainty around November's elections, the Federal budget, and the effect of Europe's slowdown, according to a quarterly hiring survey by ManpowerGroup. The pace of hiring is expected to slow in large emerging economies including China and India.
- In a match that lasted four hours and 54 minutes, Murray became the first tennis player from the U.K. to win a title since Fred Perry in 1936.
- Bill Moggridge, inventor and designer of the first laptop, died on Sept. 8, 2012. He died from cancer at the age of 69, according to an announcement by the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, where he worked as director.
- The tabloids have always loved Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, but the gossip fire is raging again after Pitt confirmed that the couple still plans to get married. After the two stars announced their engagement in April, fans wondered when the big ceremony would take place. During a recent interview, Pitt told reporters that despite the delay, he still plans to wed Jolie.
Apple iPhone 5 Rumors: AT&T Expands LTE Network, Another Reason The Likely Feature Will Become A RealityOn Thursday, AT&T announced that it will be expanding its 4G LTE coverage to nine new markets in the United States, with 40 more to come before the end of 2012. This news comes as Apple is expected to unveil its rumored iPhone 5 release on Sept. 12, just six days away, according to Apple Insider.
- Last week's arrest of Pirate Bay founder Gottfrid Svartholm was originally reported to be related to anti-piracy laws, but new reports claim that the BitTorrent download site creator is in custody over a hacking operation, which released the tax information of 9,000 Swedish people.
- Rumored supply chain issues may have an impact on the release date for the iPhone 5, as it was reported that Sharp Co is behind schedule in producing the device's display. However, this influence may not be a negative one. New analysis has found that constraints have actually had a positive effect on Apple's stock price, reports Apple Insider.
- Banco Santander's announcement that it would be spinning off nearly one quarter of its Mexican unit in an initial public offering later this month was greeted by the markets as a seemingly win-win-win proposition. But the move by the large Spanish bank only highlights the increased dependence Iberian banks have had on their overseas branches over the past few years and how, in an effort to now package off those units and sell them, they could be killing the hen that's been laying the golde...
- As Great Britain struggles to escape its years-long recession, should the wealthy pay more taxes? The Deputy Prime Minister has spoken up to put the controversial issue on the table.
- International weapons sales by the U.S. tripled last year to reach a record high of $66.3 billion, of which $33.4 billion was pumped in by $33.4 billion sales agreement to Saudi Arabia, according to a new congressional report.