The first time South Korea hosted an Olympics in 1988 in its capital, Seoul the International Olympic Committee invited North Korea to talks in advance. The North Koreans showed up with a list of demands.
The British court decides to maintain its arrest warrant for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been a refugee at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for more than five years. Back on a succession of shots of brightness and discomfort.
Does your iPhone 7 say “No Service” when you’re oh-so-certain the signal is fine? Good news! You might be totally right.
The property boom has driven a 15 per cent rise in wealth, with the average British household worth £259,000, it was revealed today.
Ofsted’s chief inspector has warned of the danger posed by people who use religion to “actively pervert” education as she made an unusual intervention in a dispute between parents and the headteacher of a primary school over banning the youngest Muslim girls from wearing the hijab.
Per Recode, eBay announced on Wednesdaythat it plans to stop using PayPal as its back-end services provider, and when their contract expires the online marketplace will switch to a long-term deal with Amsterdam-based company Adyen.
As reported by TechCrunch, Samsung has confirmed it’s in the process of making hardware specially designed for mining cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.
The chances of surviving a cancer have increased worldwide since 2000. However, there are still major differences between countries and types of cancer.
Facebook has announced a new policy that will ban ads for initial coin offerings (ICOs), cryptocurrencies, and other goods and services that “promote financial products and services that are frequently associated with misleading or deceptive promotional practices.”
According to Newport Beach Police department spokeswoman Jennifer Manzella, out of the five, four were onboard while one was a pedestrian,Los Angeles Times reported. It is still unclear who among them was killed and who was injured.
From Thursday codeine-based pain medication will no longer be available over the counter at pharmacies and shops.
Customers will have to get a prescription from their doctor under the publicly criticised changes decided by the Therapeutic Goods Administration.
New mortgages have hit a three-year low according to figures released by the Bank of England. In December just 61,039 mortgages were agreed by banks, the lowest number since January 2015.
Use of unsecured credit has risen, however, growing by 9.5pc year-on-year in December, compared to 9.3pc in November.
Google has been fined more than $21 million in India for “search bias” and abuse of its dominant position, competition regulators said Th...
Uber looks set to take a big step on the path towards becoming a public company after a consortium of investors led by Japanese tech firm...
As 2017 comes to a close, it's time to take a tally of some of the best-funded startups to shut their doors this year.
Sophia the robot might not have a heart or brain, but it does have Saudi Arabian citizenship.