This is too cute. A Korean mother tries her best to teach her little girl an important lesson about not taking cookies and candies from a stranger.
The model number will be SM-T800, and the display resolution will be 2560×1600. There will also be the SM-T801 3G model and the SM-T805 LTE model.
The tablet will be powered by an Exynos 5 processor and will run the TouchWiz version.
BMW has confirmed that its BMW i8 hybrid will be even faster and more fuel efficient when it finally goes into production in April.
Oprah Winfrey will publish a compilation of essays entitled ‘What I Know For Sure’ on September 2.
The essays are compiled from the monthly piece she has published in O, the Oprah Winfrey Magazine for the last 14 years.
Oprah describes it as her way of “taking stock” of her own life. The book of essays will focus on ideas of joy, gratitude and possibility.
“What I Know for Sure,” will be released by Flatiron Books.
A senior astronomer is convinced that aliens will contact Earth within 20 years.
Some relatives of MH370 passengers said they could hear a ringing tone when they called their love ones’ phones.
Is it possible to track the missing #M370 plane using the passengers’ cell phone data?
Experts say it is highly unlikely.
Nice website launched yesterday in celebration of the 25th birthday of the invention of the web!
Star Trek theme park at Paramount Park Murcia, in Spain, will open in 2015. Park will have Star Trek attractions inside the “Plaza Futura”
Largest Facebook games developer and creator of the highly popular Candy Crush Saga, King Digital Entertainment, could be worth up to US$7.6 billion. King Digital announced on March 12 that shares will be priced between US$21 and US$24; it expects to sell 22.2 million shares in its IPO.
Andrew Aude, 20 and a computer science student, said that he “considered studying Aerospace engineering” as his father had an airline pilot licence and he grew up around aviation. When he was in middle school, he also attended the Boeing 787 roll-out premiere with his father.
In his Tumblr post, Aude cited a 2013 Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) Airworthiness Directive for the 777 which spotted a weakness in the plane.