Spying Trends: First US And Now UK; How Do Big Economic Powers Justify Arbitrary Hackings?

Even when the much-sensationalised hacking of American phone records and internet data by the National Security Agency (NSA) had still not waned in the spiralling wave of discussions related to boundaries in intelligence surveillance, British newspaper The Guardian has put the UK government into trouble saying they were the culprit of even higher-profile hackings into delegates' phones at the G20 summit in 2009. Jun 17, 2013

Apple Received Thousands of User Data Requests from US Government

Apple Inc received 4000 to 5000 requests from the US government for its PRISM program in the last six months ending 31 May. The data is not limited to National Security Agency-based requests and includes requests aimed at finding missing persons. Jun 17, 2013

Did Shah Rukh Khan, Gauri Determine Sex of Their Unborn Baby?

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan is in deep in trouble after the Indian Radiological and Imaging Associations (IRIA) raised questions on the actor's knowledge of the sex of the unborn baby that he and his wife were to welcome in July through surrogacy. Jun 17, 2013

ICC Champions Trophy 2013 Results: England Seal Semifinal Spot with Win Over New Zealand

It is never a great thing when the hosts of a multi-team tournament exit in the early stages. The intensity goes down to a certain extent and a minority, if not a majority, of the crowds lose interest. However, the ICC Champions Trophy does not have to worry about such a problem with England ensuring a place in the semifinals courtesy a 10-run win over New Zealand in a match which was reduced to just 24 overs a piece due to, what else, rain. Jun 17, 2013