Articles By Vittorio Hernandez
From Tech 3:07 am
Southwest Airlines passengers could now enjoy texting service through the air carrier's gate-to-gate text messaging on its Wi-Fi-installed aircraft. So far, only those using Apple iOS 5-powered iPhones could enjoy the service for $2.
From Politics & Policy 11:45 pm
With Christmas Day fast approaching, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford appears to be in a reconciliatory mood as he invited media and members of the city council to his mum's house in Etobicoke for the Ford annual Christmas party on Wednesday, Dec 11.
From Companies 11:37 pm
Economic forecaster Deloitte is not limited to projecting GNPs and inflation and unemployment rates, but has also forayed into technology predictions.
From Companies 11:22 pm
With Australia rejecting same-sex marriage and India banning consensual gay sex, nobody needs more gay jokes. Thus, a dollar store in Manitoba, Canada, had to pull out a gag gift that claims to cure homosexuality.
From Companies 11:14 pm
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) rolled out on Thursday its tap-and-go service for mobile phone that would deliver users a next-generation shopping experience and makes paying for everyday goods and services simpler, making signatures or PINs unnecessary.
From Companies 11:00 pm
Oil and gas giant Chevron is blaming the high labour cost, logistical challenges on its remote sites and delays caused by weather as the main reasons why its Gorgon liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Western Australia is on a second cost blowout.
From Law Dec 12
Magistrate Jacqueline Trad of the Sutherland Local Court ruled on Wednesday that former Canberra centre Blake Ferguson is guilty of indecent assault. The incident happened on June 16, 2013, on a night out to celebrate Ferguson's selection in the New South Wales State of Origin team.
From Science Dec 11
To cut or not to cut the penis's foreskin is a choice that parents have to make when they have a baby boy. While the decision could be an easy one for some parents who belong to certain groups, such as followers of the Jew of Islam religion, for some it is a dilemma because of conflicting belie...
From Science Dec 11
Canada will begin on Dec 14 its traditional annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count, the longest-running wildlife census in the world. Over 70,000 volunteer bird counters will take part, to be deployed in more than 2,300 locations in the Western Hemisphere.
From Economy Dec 11
It would be a bleak Christmas 2013 for over 500 workers of Kellogg's in London, Ontario, Canada, who were informed on Tuesday morning that the plant would soon close and they would lose their jobs.