Germanwings Flight 9525 co-pilot Andreas Lubitz researched suicide methods and cockpit doors days before crashing the plane last week in the French Alps and killing all 150 people on board, officials revealed.
Investigators discovered the information after finding an iPad belonging to Lubitz at his apartment in Düsseldorf, and went through the browser history from March 16 to March 23, The New York Times reported.
"During this time, the user was searching for medical treatments, as well as informing himself about ways and possibilities of killing himself," prosecutors said in a statement. more >>
A couple of weeks ago, several reports claimed that Sony is releasing an entry-level handset that will be bound for the mass market.
Now, a new report confirms the handset as the Sony Xperia E4 and Xperia E4g, both of which would be arriving to EU markets soon.
According to the report by Phone Arena, the two budget smartphones have already arrived in the U.K. The Sony Xperia E4g is reportedly available in Clove U.K. for 125 GBP or about $185. more >>
Reknown comic book creator Stan Lee is doing a different kind of superhero story, this time for TV. Deadline reported that Lee is teaming up with Carnival Films, the same outfit that brought to TV "Downton Abbey," to work on a new drama series called "Lucky Man."
"Lucky Man" was reportedly ordered by British network Sky1, which will be a 10-part one-hour long series. It will be Lee's first time to work in British TV, particularly the drama genre. It will be aired sometime in 2016. NBC Universal will distribute the series internationally.
Actor James Nesbitt, of "The Missing" has been cast to play the lead role in the series. Other cast members are Eve Best as the wife, Sienna Guillory, Amara Karan, Darren Boyd, Omid Djalili, Jing Lusi and Kenneth Tsang. more >>
British Prime Minister David Cameron has written an Easter Message where he said that even though he can't call himself a "model church-going, God-fearing Christian," he relies strongly on his faith, and believes that Christianity is "the bedrock of a good society."
Some, such as Madeleine Teahan, the associate editor of the Catholic Herald, have said that the message is an attempt to "woo Christians" ahead of the general elections.
Cameron wrote in an article for Premier Christianity that all people can celebrate the values of Easter, which he identified as "compassion, forgiveness, kindness, hard work and responsibility." more >>
BBC's two iconic TV shows, "Doctor Who" and "Sherlock," have long been subjected to rumors that a crossover episode could happen.
Fans of the two titles strongly speculate that there's really a big possibility for it given the fact that they are both written and produced by the same person, Steven Moffat.
A report from Screen Rant indicated that the network and Moffat have actually been considering the idea, but that things aren't as easy as people would think. more >>
Denmark has successfully blocked popular file sharing sites like Kicka--Torrents, Rarbg, EZTV, and other file sharing portals after copyright infringement complaints were leveled against them.
KickA--Torrents, Rarbg, EZTV and dozens of other file sharing portals, have been effectively blocked in Europe after Denmark put a ban on the BitTorrent sites following allegations of pirated downloads made by a copyright enforcement group.
After unsuccessfully attempting to block The Pirate Bay this year, Denmark, who is spearheading the fight against torrent sharing portals, set their sights on other widely used peer-to-peer file sharing websites, including IsoHunt, TubePlus and dozens of others that provide streaming movies and television shows, as well as torrent downloads for millions of users around the world. more >>