US President Barack Obama appeared to fight back tears as he urged lawmakers to vote on gun control legislation that appears to be stalling in Congress.
You might love technology and the Interweb, but do you love it so much that you'd name your kid after something techie? Check out our complete list above of some of the most interesting tech-inspired baby names.
Greek newspaper To Vima claims a secret report details billions of euros owed to Athens by Germany for World War Two reparations and unpaid loans.
All this things happened in one Russian city of Samara, in just recent times. The citizens panic that the city is gradually going under the ground, they started signing a petition to save their city from the unseen crysis which creeps them out – the city is literally sinking.
Japanese Central Bank has announced a major economy stimulus plan, which should double the country's money supply, spur growth and halt falling prices.
To celebrate the 38th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, authorities in the port city of Da Nang have opened the world's largest dragon bridge. Featuring more than 2,500 energy-efficient LED lights, the dragon is capable of releasing bursts of fire from its mouth and can spit water during the country's major festivals or at weekends.
The event that saw Microsoft co-founders Bill Gates and Paul Allen pose for a classic photo reenactment has turned up another gem from the pair's early history. Seattle's Living Computer Museum held a gathering last night for many of founder Paul Allen's friends and fellow technological luminaries, and it also managed to dig up Gates' and Allen's pre-Microsoft resumes.
Online shopping might feel just a short step removed from a Star Trek replicator — click a button and the thing you want (eventually) appears. But this virtualization of consumer commerce is, of course, an illusion: Everything you might order takes up physical space somewhere in the world, and stores need to find somewhere to put that stuff until you click.