Former Afghan President Burhanuddin Rabbani has been assassinated by a suicide bomber at his home on Tuesday.
Though the hype of Hurricane Irene has long passed, the city of New York is still feeling the financial impact from the powerful storm.
The iPhone 5 will not be available to T-mobile customers this year, according to a leaked document from T-Mobile’s OneVoice Intranet.
New pictures have emerged from the South Korea’s Unification Ministry which prove that North Korea’s death camps still exist.
AT&T has angered customers by delaying the launch of the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S2, which was scheduled to be released on Sept 18.
Troy Davis faces a lethal injection Wednesday after Georgia’s parole board denied clemency for the convicted murderer.
Computer giant Apple has posted advertisements on its website looking for people to create a global security force, following the reported loss of the iPhone 5 prototype last month.
Last Tuesday, Microsoft handed out free tablets to over 5,000 people who joined its developer conference. However, a number of the tablets are now being sold on eBay for at least $2000.
Mariano Rivera made history Monday when he broke Trevor Hoffman's mark and made his 602nd save.
Following the controversial knock out by Floyd Mayweather, Jr. on Saturday over Victor Ortiz, interviewer Larry Merchant confronted the fighter over his apparent unsportsmanlike behavior.
Samsung is set to intensify its battle with electronics giant Apple by looking into taking legal action in the hope of banning sales of the iPhone 5.
Shareholders in Apple Inc. are celebrating after the company closed at an all-time high on Monday, which came even with a wider sell-off taking place in the markets.
British born actress Kate Winslet and Downton Abbey writer Julian Fellowes both scooped prizes in this year’s Emmy Awards ceremony held in Los Angeles on Sunday.
If you’ve got money and want to be equipped with the latest and priciest accessories for your iPhone 4, why not turn to the Case-Mate Titanium iPhone Case, which comes at a cost of $300.
A Chinese forum has given insight into details of the $99 HP Touchpad's smaller counterpart; the HP 7-inch TouchPad Go (codenamed “Opal”), which was due to be shipped just weeks before HP’s decision to scrap its webOS hardware.
Video gamers have solved the structure of a retrovirus protein that may possibly help scientists design a new AIDS drug.
To those waiting for Apple’s iPad3, it will be unlikely that it will be released this year, according to a report on AllThingsDigital.
U.K. surgeons have succeeded in separating twin girls joined at the head. The four-stage operation to separate the Sudanese twins took place at London's Great Ormond Street Hospital, funded by Facing the World, a charity for disfigured children.
The Oscar award winning director Martin Scorsese emerged with one of the top prizes at this year’s Emmy Awards on Sunday. The leading director won the award for directing drama series the “Boardwalk Empire.”
Samsung is trying to ban Apple's iPhone 5 in South Korea, various media reports have claimed.
Charlie Sheen was a surprise presenter at last night's Emmy awards, as he offered a heartfelt message wishing good luck to the cast and crew of the Two and a Half Men series from which he was famously and publicly sacked earlier this year.
As Netflix CEO Reed Hastings announced Sunday night that the company would be rebranding its movies-by-mail service to Qwikster, he also offered a groveling apology for the sparking the anger of thousands of customers when the brand divided its subscription services.
Netflix is rebranding its movies-by-mail service. The service will change its name to “Qwikster” and add video games to its delivery service, the company’s CEO Reed Hastings announced Sunday evening.
It seems as though Apple's iPhone 5 will drop in the U.S. on October 7, after the boss of European carrier Orange accidently disclosed the date the next generation iPhone would become available.
Apple has done away with a controversial anti-Jewish App on its Apple store. The company seems to have succumbed to pressure from critics, who feared the App may fuel anti-Semitism.