U.S. President Barack Obama spoke by phone Monday with India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh – and one of the principal topics of conversation was the attack on the compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan which killed the al-Qaeda terror chief.
The Magic center was rumored to be traded to Los Angeles during the regular season because there is the possibililty that the Magic won’t be able to retain him.
A British non-profit organization Raspberry Pi Foundation has the answer, in the form of a computer the size of a USB key priced at $25 – which could arguably be the cheapest computer on the block. Read more: http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/142936/20110509/raspberry-pi-25-computer-usb-sized-computer-kids-linux-ipad-apple-programming-tablets-touchscreen-no.htm#ixzz1Lxw7At39
The Apple iPad 2 frenzy in China took a violent turn when a scuffle broke out between a customer and an Apple Store employee, leaving four people injured. Read more: http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/142782/20110509/apple-ipad-2-china-beijing-scalper-apple-store-brawl-scuffle-fight-ebay-craigslist.htm#ixzz1Lxv9z9hY
Without a specific date set by Sony, a number of conflicting reports have come out regarding when the company’s Playstation Network will return to full service.
Andrew Bynum’s forearm hit on Jose Juan Barea was a cheapshot, and completely deserving of an ejection, fine, and probable suspension.