The authority of Belgium might include Apple’s website in the blacklist, as it accuses the company for providing the ‘misleading’ warranty information
Mar 4 2014, 12:37pm CST
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Jean-Claude Van Damme stars in new movie Welcome in the Jungle. After doing the epic split, Van Damme is back in leading role.
Feb 7 2014, 1:14am CST
FreedomPop isn’t happy selling its free smartphone service only in the U.S., as the company now plans to expand to Europe. It will begin in Belgium, where it wants to test out its new service, TechCurnch reveals. FreedomPop is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that purchases bandwidth from Sprint in the U.S, and then offers users 200 free voice minutes, 500 free text messages and 500MB free of data each month. In Europe, the carrier will ...
Full article at: BGR
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Google’s headquarters in Mountain View and the California Public Utility Commission in San Francisco are only about 50...
Jan 14 2014, 1:46am CST
Source: Rackets and Balls
While there were a lot of attractive ladies at the World Cup, it appears as if Axelle Despiegelaere is the big winner. This 17-year-old from Belgium landed a contract to model for L’Oreal. And after looking through the above pictures, you’ll … More »The post Meet the Belgium Beauty Who Shined at the World Cup appeared first on EveryJoe. ...
Full article at: Rackets and Balls
1 day ago, 7:27pm CDT
At first glance, a Positron Emission Tomography scanner looks just like an MRI or CT scanner. But obtaining images is a...
Jan 10 2014, 10:11am CST
ARENBERG, France — Dutch rider Lars Boom has won a chaotic fifth stage of the Tour de France marked by the withdrawal of defending champion Chris Froome following two crashes.
Race leader Vincenzo Nibali, one several high-profile riders to crash, recovered and excelled: He extended his overall lead.
Froome was the Team Sky leader favoured to win again, and his departure leaves the three-week race wide open.
Race organizers, sensing the ...
Full article at: Sportsnet.ca
1 day ago, 10:32am CDT
Source: Salt Lake Tribune
Ypres, Belgium • Defending champion Chris Froome took another spill in rainy, slick conditions on Wednesday as the Tour de France began a critical, cobblestoned stage that has preoccupied racers and their teams for months.
A day after hurting his wrist in a crash in the fourth stage, Froome fell again at the beginning of the 152.5-kilometer (94.5-mile) route from the Belgian town of Ypres to Arenberg-Porte du Hainaut in France.
The Team Sky rider quickly ...
Full article at: Salt Lake Tribune
1 day ago, 10:01am CDT
You have to hand it to the French for making tax news interesting. Their on-again off-again 75% tax on the wealthy...
Dec 30 2013, 1:41pm CST