34 min ago
The Daily Star
Azadeh Akhlaghi finds beauty in Iran's bloody past
BEIRUT: "If any human act evokes the aesthetic experience of the sublime," academic Joel Black wrote in 1991, "most certainly it is murder."
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4 hrs ago
Tuesday: I Skype my younger daughter, who's at Bristol University. She has decided not to come home for Easter, owing to work deadlines.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
This Is London
Journey planning app Citymapper raises $10m from Facebook and Skype backers
Prince William and Kate were today involved a police drama on the Australian tour when two men were arrested for 'acting suspiciously' just metres from them.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Tech skills put NZ on the app
As well as creating apps for clients, Chris Moore and Ben Morreau are keen to develop more of their own products.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Skype Issues May Last Through Friday
Skype is still trying to restore service to millions of its customers almost 24 hours after they began to experience problems logging in to the voice-over-IP service.
Inexpensive Skype Handsets Reach US
CIO - A Taiwanese start-up began selling handsets used with Skype's popular Internet phone calling software in the U.S. early this month for about half the price of rival products.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
GP hours scheme 'to benefit 7m'
New opening hours for some GP surgeries in England will benefit more than seven million patients, far more than originally planned, David Cameron says.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
The Daily Free Press
EDIT: Keeping up with the times
As push notifications are becoming a more common way to obtain news than front-page headlines, Boston University's College of Communication has turned its head toward this trend.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Wall Street Journal
Niklas Zennstrom: More Great Startups Everywhere, Not Just Silicon Valley
Niklas Zennstrom knows technology and knows the venture capital business. He co-founded communications powerhouse Skype, which he sold to eBay for $3.1 billion in 2005.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
What Would Happen if Your Bank Ran a Bar? Spoiler: Bad Things
That frosty pint of beer sure looks good, and it's headed straight your way, but not before the bartender takes a big swig first.
Briton 'Told Lover To Drown Child On Skype'
Ammaz Omer Qureshi allegedly told his Norwegian girlfriend to "discipline" her child by dunking her head in water as he watched.
Briton 'Told Lover To Drown Child On Skype'
A Norwegian prosecutor has called for an 18-year jail sentence for a British man accused of murdering his lover's daughter by ordering her to submerge the child's head while he watched online.
ShinyShiny interviews Georgia LA from The Fox Problem
Our competition with HP and The Fox Problem has just ended, ahead of a final party with The Fox Problem girls and loads of awesome music in London this evening.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
University of Cambridge
Gates Cambridge welcomes 55 new Scholars
Fifty-five of the world's most academically brilliant and socially committed young people from 27 countries have been selected as Gates Cambridge Scholars and will begin their postgraduate courses at the University of Cambridge this October.
Viber plans PR and marketing push with hire of CMO Mark Hardy
Viber, the mobile messaging platform, has appointed Mark Hardy to lead global PR and marketing efforts following its $900 million acquisition by Japanese internet giant Rakuten.
Fearne Cotton looks stylish as she steps out in a chunky green knit
Mother who rammed car into White House was shot five times in the BACK: Family demand cops be charged as autopsy reveals how she was gunned down with child in car Part-time actor found guilty of rape and murder of Chinese student as her boyfriend watched in horror on SKYPE from Beijing Sealing her style mint: Fearne Cotton looks stylish as she ... (more)
Windows Phone 8.1 has arrived, here's what's coming in 8.2 .. apparently
Before I begin this one needs to be firmly filed into the "rumour" section. Stick it right in there, because this is most definitely one of those rumours that you hear down the pub.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Silicon Alley Insider
Mobile Apps Are Killing The Free Web, Handing A Censored Duopoly to Google And Apple
With just two simple charts, Chris Dixon has pointed out one of those things that is both totally obvious but - when expressed succinctly - slightly terrifying.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
"Marvel's Captain America" Salutes a Whole School Full of Super Heroes
There's nothing more fun than seeing a superhero movie on the big screen -- unless it's seeing a cast of movie superheroes recognizing the real-life super heroic efforts of a group of children.