Syrian Conflict Collateral Damage: Syrians Learn To Make Prosthetic Limbs in Turkey And Treat Warzone Amputees For Free [VIDEO]
More than 100,000 Syrians have been killed during the country’s ongoing civil war.
Plotting To Destroy America? There’s An App For That Or At Least There's An Apple Mac For That; Kim Jong Un's Favorite Apple Computer
When it comes to planning world domination, discerning dictators prefer to use Apple.
Both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney could have an enormous impact on monetary and fiscal policy.
The practice echoes that of fellow American companies Starbucks, Amazon and Google.
Despite the bank’s top boss insisting outgoing employees will be "treated with care," workers only found out they had been sacked after they were stopped at the front door, unable to enter the building having had their work passes revoked.
According to reports, a large portion of New York City’s teeming rat population may have drowned in the floodwaters that filled subways, tunnels and basements.
Official figures show the U.K. economy grew by 1 percent, with 0.2 percent of the growth coming from the Olympic Games.
While trouble at Zynga has been brewing for months, this is the second dot-com bust in recent weeks.
The company admitted that some students in its summer internship were below the Chinese legal minimum working age of 16.
Turkish jet fighters intercepted a Syrian passenger airplane on Wednesday night, according to reports.
The two companies, which provide equipment to most of the world's telecom companies, should be blocked from merging and acquiring U.S. firms, a report concluded.
Jobs passed away on Oct. 5, 2011, after a long fight with pancreatic cancer, and to commemorate him, the entire Apple homepage has been given up for the video, which fades when finished to show a message from his successor, Apple CEO Tim Cook.
Facebook also announced that it has received more than 1.13 trillion 'Likes' since it launched the tool in February 2009.
Three of the arrested crewmen worked on a vessel owned by Hong Kong Electric, and the other three crewmen were from the other vessel.
The proposed 75% top tax rate, up from 48%, will affect approximately 30,000 French citizens, or just 0.46% of the population.
China's has banned Twitter for 3 years, but the country’s net users have beat it by using Virtual Private Networks and other tricks.
The Republican Presidential nominee put his foot in it after questioning why jet aircraft don’t have windows that can be opened by passengers.
The WHO said it has identified a new deadly strain of SARS after a 49-year-old Qatari man became ill.
The service outage, which lasted for several hours starting in the early hours of Friday morning, came as arch rival Apple [AAPL] launched their latest iPhone.
The problems started at around 8 am GMT this morning,with many Blackberry users unable to access the internet, send and receive emails or use instant messaging service BBM from their devices.
An armada of military hardware from 25 nations, including battleships, aircraft carriers, submarines and minesweepers has descended on the Persian Gulf as Western policy makers desperately try to convince Israel that diplomacy and sanctions designed to halt Iran?s nuclear program need more time to work.
The pictures will appear in its latest issue, due to be released on 14 September. A teaser of the magazine's front cover has already appeared on Closer's website, featuring pictures of Kate in a bikini apparently about to remove her top.
rs of the banned Omar Abdul Rahman Brigades were behind the assault on the Benghazi embassy on Tuesday, using the pretext of an inflammatory online video depicting the Islamic prophet Mohamed to launch the attack which killed Christopher Stevens, according to sources.
During the 2011 uprising against Colonel Gaddafi he became the chief liaison between the U.S. and the Transitional National Council (TNC), acting as a vital go-between for the rebels.
Money managers BlackRock Inc., hedge fund Angelo Gordon & Co. and real estate investment firm Starwood Capital are among the firms making more than a 20 percent profit on sales of land they bought on the cheap during the economic downturn.
Rinehart, who inherited $75 million from her late father before carving out a $13 billion mining fortune, made the comments in a column she wrote for the Australian Resources and Investment magazine.
"Everyone Over 50 Should Take Statins": Leading Doctor Dismisses Concerns Over Cholesterol Fighting Drug
British cardiovascular expert Professor Sir Roy Collins dismissed fears raised by U.S. and U.K regulators that the cholesterol lowering drug causes dangerous side effects such as memory loss, depression and sexual dysfunction, saying the benefits far outweigh any potential complications.
Private sector deposits fell by nearly 5 percent in July to €1.509, European Central Bank data showed, as public confidence in the banking system continued to plummet amid a worsening economic situation.