1Topics / Europe6/21/2011 15:24British teen arrested over CIA, US Senate hacking
British police working with the FBI arrested a 19-year-old man over attacks by a hacker group on businesses and government agencies including the CIA, US Senate and Sony, Scotland Yard said Tuesday.
2Topics / Rest of World12/4/2010 23:14Iran says UN agency sending spies, not inspectors
Iran's intelligence minister accused the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency of sending spies in the guise of inspectors to collect information about Iran's nuclear activities, state TV reported Saturday.
3Topics / Europe12/4/2010 07:55Could WikiLeaks survive without Julian Assange?
Its founder is a wanted man, its systems are under attack
4Topics / Asia9/16/2010 22:20Apple, at long last, launches iPad in China
Hundreds queued up Friday for the first official iPads sold in China, the world's biggest Internet market, after months of grey-market action among avid buyers unwilling to wait for the Apple tablet.
5Topics / South America9/1/2010 22:17First DNA results clears Paraguay president of fathering child
The first partial results of DNA tests taken by Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo to determine whether he is the father of a three-year-old boy came out negative, the child's mother said Wednesday.
6Topics / South America8/30/2010 22:20Venezuela exhumes Bolivar's sisters for DNA testing
Venezuela on Monday exhumed the remains of two sisters of independence hero Simon Bolivar, hoping to compare DNA samples obtained from them to remains believed to belong to the Latin American leader.
7Topics / Asia8/22/2010 09:12Iran's Ahmadinejad unveils new 'bomber' drone
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad unveiled on Sunday a new long-range drone, dubbed Karar, which reportedly can bomb targets at high speed, state television reported.
8Topics / Asia8/1/2010 10:34UAE to suspend key BlackBerry services in October
Gulf business hub the United Arab Emirates said on Sunday that it will suspend key BlackBerry services from October because they are incompatible with local laws and raise security concerns.
9Topics / Rest of World7/29/2010 22:50'Nightmare' start for iPhone 4's latest launch
Hundreds of New Zealand customers were turned away empty-handed on Friday as the second phase of the Apple iPhone 4's global launch got off to a "nightmare" start.
10Topics / Asia7/29/2010 22:47Samsung Electronics books record Q2 profit on chips boom
Samsung Electronics, the world's largest maker of memory chips and flat-screen televisions, reported record second-quarter profits Friday as revived global demand pushed up memory chip prices.