This week’s Android Circuit includes the fight between Samsung's Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, the leaked details of the Galaxy Note 5, details on the third-generation Moto G, ComScore's US market share data, a release date for Fallout Shelter on Android, Sony's bizarre naming policy on the Xperia Z4, Google's branding battle with Microsoft, and the emoji avalanche hitting Gmail.
The man suffered third degree burns across his body after catching fire in Fort Greene Park early Friday, cops said.
Follow Sportsmail's live coverage of day six at Wimbledon with seven-time champion Roger Federer among those in action at SW19. Brit James Ward also takes to No 1 Court this afternoon.
The past week has been dominated by Apple Music news, but how about creating some tunes rather than just listening to them? GarageBand is a brilliant bit of software – the polar opposite of its eternally-frustrating cousin iTunes – that makes composing songs on iOS and OS X really easy. Show More Summary
UFC star Conor McGregor’s task for the next week is to think about and train for his opponent next Saturday night Chad Mendes, as next weekend’s UFC 189 will be — without a doubt — the biggest fight of McGregor’s life. But, it appears...Show More Summary
Legendary will be taking Crimson Peak, Krampus and Warcraft to its July 11 panel in Hall H at Comic-Con in San Diego. Crimson Peak, directed by Guillermo del Toro, is a gothic horror story starring Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Tom Hiddleston and Charlie Hunnam. Ahead of the panel, Legendary shares the stunning new photo that […]
By Anonymous Published: July 04th, 2015
The vast majority of Italians believe that the current debt crisis in Greece has seriously weakened the European Union due to the bloc's inability to come up with a solution on how to unite member states, a poll by Ipsos Italia published Saturday revealed.
On Sunday, citizens will vote on how to move forward in the country's financial crisis.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney will be hosting two rival Republican presidential contenders at a holiday sleepover Friday evening. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio will both be staying over at Romney's property in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, an aide to Romney confirmed. Show More Summary
So much for Dana White's ban on live walkout music. Floyd Mayweather Jr. may have "Lil' Wayne" and Justin Bieber in his corner, but Conor McGregor has Sinead O' Connor. The Grammy Award-winning vocalist -- who is also from Dublin, Ireland...Show More Summary
Those darned ultra-conservative Ocare haters at the ultra-rightwingnut NY Times Health Insurance Companies Seek Big Rate Increases for 2016 Health insurance companies around the country are seeking rate increases of
The BBC has called its use of the term "civil war" appropriate in relation to the events in eastern Ukraine's Donbass region; this came in response to a related complaint by Ukrainian journalist Olexander Severyn.
The collapse of Greece has been jaw-dropping over the last week as the public sees a string of photos of pensioners sobbing in the Greek streets, unable to use the ATM
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice brings us Ben Affleck as Batman and if you were surprised at Warner Bros. casting, you were not alone. Any superhero fan knows that Batman is an iconic character in comics and after Christian Bale’s iconic portrayal, not many were thinking of seeing an aging Dark Knight. Show More Summary
A new study finds that on the evening of July 4th - when fireworks are set off all over the US in celebration of Independence Day - air pollution levels rise by an average of 42%.
Sidney Blumenthal, trusted adviser to Hillary Clinton, ended up running the State Department without being allowed to be an official in the agency.
You've surely seen it by now, and often enough to induce nausea -- the hashtag #LoveWins that quickly trended after the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage. Judging by the juvenile reactions to the ruling from gay marriage proponents, one doubts that genuine love would spew such venom in victory.
As of this writing, the Los Angeles Lakers have yet to make any moves in free agency. Most of the big prizes are already gone, which leaves LaMarcus Aldridge—whom the Lakers have met with twice already—as the lone star left to make a decision. In addition to pursuing Aldridge, L.A. Show More Summary