It has been officially announced that Mortal Kombat is going to be released in UK by April 18. Warner Bros., the publisher and the brand behind this movie has announced the date of the release of the game.
While the exact date for not revealed, the firm did reveal that it would be doing so at the midnight so that its keen and thrilled fans are up all night.
Scientists have found out that the mass of platinum that was used till now as the means for measuring the international standard measure has lost close to 50 micrograms in its weight. And they are now trying hard to look out for an alternative.
Data released by Apple has shown that even in its earnings, the content business continued to get money for the business. It was able to earn $1.1 billion just by selling its content through its App store and I Tunes music store.
Moreover, as per the forecasts by Citibank, content as a business is expected to make profits closer to $2 billion during the start of this year itself.
There are strong rumors in the market that Nokia's flagship brand- N9 will be coming with Intel Atom processor during the upcoming Mobile World Congress.
It was a Finnish website, Prosessori who first claimed that Nokia has planned to use the processor which comes with a capacity of 1.2 GHz. The website has also said that the phone will be showcasing its 12-megapixel camera which will be made available in its N8.
To make UK's biggest school bird watching event a success, children have been used. Some 2,000 children are going to take part in the event. It has been called RSPB's annual Big Schools' Birdwatch and this time is special since this is their 10th anniversary.
A complaint has been reported against North Shore Hospital that the hospital staff ignored, treated incompetently and frightened a frail, elderly lady in the hospital's emergency care centre last October.
The Waitemata District Health Board chairman, Lester Levy, and senior staff of the hospital have now apologized to Mrs Wells, of Te Atatu South in West Auckland, for their misbehaviour.