Finally, Netflix is here! At the ongoing CES, Netflix decided to expand to over a 100 countries, and what makes it exciting for us, is that India stands among them. It is immediately available for a one-month trial and then you will have to cough up Rs 500 for a basic package. If you are looking for HD quality thenRead More
The 2016 edition of CES is set to be the largest in its 49-year history, covering 2.4 million net square feet, but all is not rosy for the industry, according to the Consumer Technology Association's forecasts for tech spending in 2016. There are significant areas of decline,Read More
Washington: India will continue to be the bright spot of the global economy and is projected to grow at a robust 7.8 per cent in fiscal 2016-17, more than a percentage point higher than China's, according to the World Bank. In its latest Global Economic Prospect report - which is released every siRead More
Donald Trump has threatened to withhold £700m of investment in Scotland if he is banned from entering the UK.The Trump Organisation has given the warni Read More
Netflix announced Wednesday that it’s launching in an additional 130 countries, making Read More
As the biggest ever Lotto jackpot hits £60 million, it's worth looking again at the controversial changes that were brought in last year.
Punters claimed in October that it would become harder to win the big prize and as we face a record rollover, they may be right.
Among the new appointments are a trio of female MPs first elected to Parliament in last year's general election - Kate Hollern (Blackburn), Jo Stevens (Cardiff Central) and Angela Rayner (Ashton-under-Lyne).
Ms Hollern fills the vacancy left in the defence team by Wednesday's resiRead More
The US, South Korea and Japan have said they will be united in their response to North Korea's claim to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb.
North Korea said it carried out the test on Wednesday - if confirmed it would be its fourth nuclear teRead More
US President Barack Obama is taking aim at the so-called “gun-show loophole”.
Obama’s most recent executive order on gun control attempts to clarify a distinction in federal firearms regulations between gun sales by businesses and guns sales by private individuals.