World leaders are about to gather in Abu Dhabi to discuss how to feed the global energy appetite with the cleanest...
Jan 17 2014, 5:41am CST
In 11 days, Apple’s Macintosh computer will turn 30 years old. That machine was introduced with a 60-second TV ad that...
Jan 13 2014, 9:51am CST
As Germany and Argentina get set to face off for the World Cup title on Sunday, it's tempting to fall back on hoary stereotypes: the methodical Teutons vs. the creatively gifted South Americans, team orientation vs. virtuosity, sangfoid vs. passion, oompah vs. tango. But, as Barney Ronay writes Friday in the Guardian, not only have their styles of play in Brazil not been dramatically different, but the match constitutes "a meeting of two exper ...
Full article at: MarketWatch
1 hour ago
Supreme Court to decide whether Aereo can offer online TV without paying broadcasters
WASHINGTON (AP) —...
Jan 10 2014, 3:31pm CST
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin signed agreements on nuclear energy generation with Argentina on Saturday as part of a Latin American tour aimed at building Russia's influence in the region.
Argentina has been building nuclear-powered electricity plants to revive its nuclear program and reduce its dependence on fos ...
Full article at: Mail.com
1 hour ago
Source: Outside the Beltway
North Korea is telling its people that their men’s national team is in the World Cup Final:
We’ve known for a long time now that supreme leader Kim Jong-un controls the flow of information to his people, with the television channels only reporting positive stuff about the country.
But in a report posted on YouTube, the media have been caught broadcasting that North Korea are on course to win the bi ...
Full article at: Outside the Beltway
2 hours ago
“Address books, video cameras, pagers, wristwatches, maps, books, travel games, flashlights, home telephones, dictation...
Jan 7 2014, 3:46pm CST