The standard edition of Sony's newest game console PlayStation 4 (PS4) will be available near the end of this year for $399, but those who are ready to fork out more bucks can pre-order the PS 4 Battlefield 4 Launch Day Bundle that promises much more.
Experts have warned that obesity is making things worse for men who are suffering from one of the deadliest cancers.
Every year, cancer of the gullet, is developed by over 5600 men. The disease is often diagnosed late and the rates of survival are also baffling.
The best care delivered after diagnosis ensures a life of three to nine months, average, and five or more years of life is seen by about 13 per cent of the patients.
Electronics giant Samsung is planning to launch an LTE-Advanced 4G version of its flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone in South Korea this month.
In a recent interview, Samsung Electronics' co-chief executive JK Shen revealed that Samsung is working with Qualcomm on LTE-Advanced chips for the Galaxy S4 smartphone.
The cause of cancer might be finally discovered by scientists and this can be a major advancement in developing a cure for cancer.
Millions of lives could be saved by a mechanism that the scientists have identified known as the `chase and run' effect, where healthy and affected cells follow each other in the body.
Hands-free technology is not safe because it also distracts the brain, according to a fresh study by AAA.
The study revealed that even hands-free use of a phone or social-network like Facebook can distract motorists' brain so much that they sometimes don't notice stop signs or pedestrians straight in front of their vehicles.
Apple did not care what prices US publishers fixed for e-books, Apple Inc executive Eddy Cue testified in federal court.
Cue admitted that he was not surprised when US publishers hiked prices for new and best-selling e-books following Apple's entry into the e-books market in 2010, but claimed that that Apple did not play any role in causing industry-wide increase in prices.
Social-networking giant Facebook and software major Microsoft on Friday disclosed the total number of legal orders they received for user data from various U. S. government entities.
Facebook disclosed that it 9,000 to 10,000 legal orders during the second half of 2012, asking for user data relating to 18,000 to 19,000 accounts.
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