A key bipartisan pair of lawmakers warned Sunday that the United States and its allies must closely examine the details of any potential deal to curb Iran's nuclear program, stressing the importance of ensuring the Iranians are only developing nuclear technology for peaceful purposes and signaling the likelihood of a fresh round of sanctions to keep pushing Iran to deal squarely in negotiations.
Singapore blocks pro-adultery website, which goes by the slogan "Life is short. Have an affair", because it goes against the country's "family values and public morality".
The government has banned pro-adultery website Ashley Madison because it "aggressively" evangelizes extramartial affairs and this is against the country's public interest.
The head of the Red Cross in the Philippines has described the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan as "absolute bedlam".
Officials estimate up to 10,000 people have died in Tacloban city and elsewhere. Hundreds of thousands of people are displaced. Rescue efforts are being hindered by damage to roads and airports.
Hacker loads Metro card with $167,769.
Kiwis could have their names, addresses, dates of birth and phone numbers exposed by flaws in the Christchurch public transport system that could also allow locals to travel on buses for free.
Brazilian judges have given US Internet search giant Google until Saturday to turn over private data collected through its Street View program, press reports said Thursday.
Failure to do so would mean a daily fine of $50,000, up to a maximum of $500,000.
According to a new report (German) by Der Spiegel, the British signals intelligence spy agency has again employed a “quantum insert” technique as a way to target employees (Google Translate) of two companies that are GRX (Global Roaming Exchange) providers.
The Palestinian committee investigating the death of Yasser Arafat in 2004 has said Israel is the "only suspect".
A Swiss report published this week said specimens from Arafat's exhumed body contained unexpectedly high levels of the radioactive element, polonium-210. The Palestinian investigators said the report showed Arafat did not die because of old age or ill health, but was the victim of an "assassination".
Dejection and dismay has been the reaction of many people in Pakistan to the news that Mullah Fazlullah has been made head of the Pakistani Taliban (TTP).
He is seen as a particularly ruthless commander whose men in October 2012 shot teenaged schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai in the head as she was on a bus.
There is some of you do, but we never really talk about it. Every smartphone or other device with mobile communications capability (e.g. 3G or LTE) actually runs not one, but two operating systems.
Aside from the operating system that we as end-users see (Android, iOS, PalmOS), it also runs a small operating system that manages everything related to radio. Since this functionality is highly timing-dependent, a real-time operating system is required.
Typhoon Haiyan is battering the central Philippines with sustained winds of 314 km/h (195mph).
Meteorologists say that if initial estimates based on satellite images are borne out, it could be the most powerful storm ever to make landfall. The storm has forced millions to seek shelter in 20 provinces and at least three people have died, officials say.