Obama, Clinton Do Rare Joint Interview
Obama, Clinton Do Rare Joint InterviewAPThe president and outgoing secretary of state sat down together on '60 Minutes' -- and what they didn't talk about is what's making news.Big question both leaders shied away fromMore HeadlinesPaul Ryan Sings Unlikely Praises of ClintonEgypt Declares State of Emergency Former Leader's Comment Ignites Firestorm...
Malian musicians back power of harmony over guns
LONDON (Reuters) - As musicians from Mali took to a London stage on Saturday night, news was announced that back home French troops had captured the airport of the Islamist-controlled city of Gao. ...
Six seconds of pleasure: Vine’s porn problem
  Twitter’s new video clip sharing service, Vine, is already prompting controversy with a proliferation of pornography, potentially putting the new social network at risk from more prurient app store masters. Launched last week as a way to easily create and share brief, looping video clips, Vine has unsurprisingly been quickly adopted by users distributing snippets of sex, either DIY or pieced together from commercial releases. As with Twitter, Vine users can tag their clips with ha...
Heated confrontation is a mark of respect for rival: Adam Gilchrist
Gilchrist said India's recent poor Test run, including the recent home debacle against England, can be seen as an opening for the Australians, who are also enduring a transition phase.
Dear selectors, what’s wrong with Wasim Jaffer?
Jaffer, at the ripe but not-rotten age of 35, might be the right man to handle the job of opening the batting — until Gambhir rediscovers his form or someone else makes his presence felt.
Nokia introduces Music+ service for Lumia devices
  Nokia takes on music streaming services such as Spotify and Last.fm as the company rolls out an extension to its Mix Radio app called, Nokia Music+. The new Nokia Music+ app is available as a premium upgrade for the Lumia users. Nokia Music+ features unlimited downloads and unlimited music discovery. It also has unlimited skips, allowing users to skip from track to track. The app promises to deliver high quality streaming music. Even over a 2.5G connection, Nokia Music+ allows you t...
How to Troubleshoot Mozilla Firefox Crashes
Firefox can crash for a variety of reasons, but you can quickly fix most crashes with Firefox’s Safe Mode and Reset features. However, even these tricks won’t fix every crash. Web browsers are complicated pieces of software that interact with lots of other software on your system – extensions and themes, plug-ins, security programs, graphics drivers, and more. Incompatibilities or out-of-date software can often cause crashes. How to Troubleshoot Mozilla Firefox Crashes How to Connect to ...
UK retailers more likely to recommend Galaxy S3 than iPhone 5, survey says
Retailers in the UK are more likely to recommend the Galaxy S3 over the iPhone 5, or any other device for that matter, according to the results of a recent mystery shopper survey.
Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD Remix screens: Magical Nobodies
Crisp new shots from the HD upgrade package. Square Enix has released a new batch of screenshots for Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD Remix, a three-game pack featuring Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, and Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. Click here to read the full articleRelated StoriesDead Space 3 launch trailer: 'Take Down the Terror'J.J. Abrams and Gabe Newell to keynote DICE SummitAlan Wake dev posts behind-the-scenes videoNew Killzone: Mercenary art shown on magazine cover...
LG Optimus G coming to 50 more countries this month
LG is going to start its global roll-out of Optimus G for more than 50 countries this month, according to a press release by the company. The smartphone has already been launched in the United States, Canada, Korea and Japan and LG is aiming to......
Toyota becomes the world’s largest automaker
This week Toyota reclaimed its former spot as the world’s largest automaker with a 23% gain in global sales for 2012. Toyota sold 9.75 million vehicles during 2012 allowing it to take the top spot from GM. GM sold 9.29 million vehicles in 2012. Another automaker that was in the hunt for the title of world’s largest automaker was the Volkswagen, selling 9.07 million vehicles globally. Toyota sales numbers also include its sub brands including Daihatsu Motor Co. and Hino Motors Limit...
Ranji trophy: Mumbai claim their 40th title, defeat Saurashtra
Wasim Jaffer was the show-stopper for the hosts at Wankhede as he slammed a ton to overtake Amol Mazumdar and become the highest run-scorer in Ranji.
After signing Sneijder, Galatasaray close in on Drogba
If Drogba does move to Turkey, the transfer will come less than a week after Netherlands midfielder Wesley Sneijder joined Galatasaray from Inter Milan.
BitTorrent Labs reveals new app for syncing and sharing files
  Peer-to-peer networking company BitTorrent Labs has revealed a new app, named Sync, that lets users sync large files across multiple computers. However, unlike popular cloud storage services like Dropbox, iCloud and SkyDrive, Sync is free to use without any limit on the size or number of files. The app does this without using servers in the cloud and lets users synchronize data across multiple machines where the app has been installed. According to a BitTorrent Labs blog, the app cur...
Europe Bets €1BN And 10 Years On “Wonder Material” Graphene As A Silicon Replacement
A graphene research initiative has been selected by the European Commission as one of two winners of its Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) multi-billion euro research excellence award competition. Each project will receive €1 billion to fund 10 years of research “at the crossroads of science and technology”. The second winner of the FET award is a project that aims to develop a model of the human brain. The Graphene project will “investigate and exploit the unique properti...
Europe Bets €1BN And 10 Years On “Wonder Material” Graphene As A Silicon Replacement
A graphene research initiative has been selected by the European Commission as one of two winners of its Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) multi-billion euro research excellence award competition. Each project will receive €1 billion to fund 10 years of research “at the crossroads of science and technology”. The second winner of the FET award is a project that aims to develop a model of the human brain. The Graphene project will “investigate and exploit the unique properti...
GTA V: New art shows moody biker
More retail ads appear for Rockstar sequel. New Grand Theft Auto V art has emerged, via a GameStop US snap obtained by AllGamesBeta. Click here to read the full articleRelated StoriesBlack Ops 2 title update released for XboxSly Cooper: Thieves in Time animated short3DS save data transfer tool announced for JapanUK Chart: Black Ops 2 reclaims top spotDead Space 3 launch trailer: 'Take Down the Terror'...
Fantasy-phone: A Samsung smartphone running BB10
With the launch of BlackBerry 10 OS imminent, there has been a lot of buzz surrounding the latest punt at a smartphone by Research In Motion. Initial reception for BB10 and the alpha devices running it has been fairly good. But...
Egypt's Mursi declares emergency after clashes kill dozens
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi declared a month-long state of emergency in three cities on the Suez Canal, where dozens of people have been killed in protests that have swept the nation and deepened a political crisis facing the Islamist leader. ...
China considers lifting video game console ban says report
It’s hard to believe that gamers in China haven’t been able to play video games on a console since 2000. The Chinese government banned all game consoles that year meaning that Chinese gamers have yet to have access to the PS3, Xbox 360, or Nintendo Wii. Chinese gamers have been able to play video games on computers, so at least they haven’t been in gaming limbo all this time. Reuters reports that China is now considering lifting that ban on video game consoles. According to t...