Wednesday, 28 March 2012

Titanic: Kate Winslet and James Cameron at 3D premiere

Oscar winner Kate Winslet and director James Cameron have been in London for that red carpet premiere of a new, 3D model of Titanic. Winslet shot to throughout the world fame immediately after starring while in the first 1997 movie alongside Leonardo DiCaprio. Director James Cameron claimed he was "plucked off my expedition ship" to the premiere, next his modern deep ocean descent off Pacific island Guam. He advised the BBC he imagined of your epic film as "a timeless classic".

Apple offers refunds for new iPad in Australia over 4G

US technologies business Apple has available to refund Australian buyers who felt misled regarding the 4G capabilities of your new iPad. The country's client watchdog has taken Apple to court for fake advertising since the tablet personal computer won't work on Australia's 4G network. Apple's legal professionals reported they had been willing to publish a clarification.

JetBlue flight diverted after captain's 'erratic' behavior

A JetBlue flight sure for Las Vegas made an crisis landing in Texas on Tuesday following the captain acted strangely, was locked away from the cockpit by his co-pilot and was wrestled for the floor by passengers, witnesses and authorities explained. The plane's co-pilot, anxious because of the "erratic" behavior, locked the door powering the captain when he left the cockpit all through the flight, according into the Federal Aviation Administration.

Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Lady Gaga wins Glaad outstanding music artist prize

Lady Gaga and Dancing with the Stars ended up among the winners with the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (Glaad) awards in L. a.. Dancing together with the Stars won outstanding reality Tv display for featuring contestant Chaz Bono, the transgender youngster of singers Cher and Sonny Bono. Lady Gaga won exceptional audio artist for her album Born In this way.

Chocolate 'may help keep people slim'

Persons who consume chocolate on a regular basis tend to be thinner, new study suggests. The findings come from a study of close to 1,000 US individuals that looked at eating plan, calorie intake and body mass index (BMI) - a measure of obesity. It found individuals that ate chocolate several occasions every week ended up, on regular, slimmer than those who ate it from time to time. Though chocolate is loaded with energy, it contains components that may favour pounds decline alternatively than unwanted fat synthesis, scientists believe.

Wednesday, 21 March 2012

John Carter flop to cost Walt Disney $200m

Walt Disney has mentioned it expects to lose $200m (£126m) on its movie John Carter, which makes it one of the most significant flops in cinema history. The film, about a military captain transported to Mars, could end in an $80-120m loss for Disney's motion picture enterprise during the recent quarter. Disney shares were being down pretty much 1% in early investing in Ny.

Daily aspirin 'prevents and possibly treats cancer'

Getting a small dose of aspirin each day can reduce and perhaps even treat most cancers, recent proof suggests. The 3 new scientific studies published by Lancet add to mounting proof in the drug's anti-cancer results. A huge number of people now a days acquire daily intake of aspirin as a a heart drug.

Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Huge manhunt under way after fatal France shootings

Police have connected the strike to 2 shootings very last week in which about three soldiers of North African descent died. Identical gun as well as similar scooter ended up chosen in the assaults, though the gunman has not been discovered, officers say.  French universities held a minute's silence

Monday, 19 March 2012

Lady opposition activists held in Havana

Dozens of opposition activists have been arrested by the Cuban police, week ahead of an official visit by Pope Benedict XVI.  Most of those under arrest are members of the protest group Ladies in White, who are demanding the discharge of political detainees. Many were clogged as they started their hushed

Frozen Planet: BBC denies misleading fans

The BBC has denied misleading Frozen Planet audience with video recording of newborn polar bear cubs filmed in an animal park, rather than in their natural habitat. Episode five of the series attributed the cubs in a lair with their mother, with many people considering they were born and filmed in the Arctic. But the cubs were in fact in a Dutch animal park, as exposed in behind-the-scenes footage on the show's website.

The BBC said the filming was "standard practice" for natural history shows. "This particular series would be impractical to film in the wild," a BBC spokesperson said. "The commentary accompanying the series is carefully worded so it doesn't give the wrong impression to the audience and the way the video recording was captured is clearly explained on the programme website."

Friday, 16 March 2012

Afghan massacre US soldier 'reluctant to serve'

According to a lawyer the US soldier charged of killing 16 Afghans had conventional body and brain damages while serving in Iraq and was despondent about going for one more visit of duty. John Henry

Tuesday, 13 March 2012

No rush for Afghan exit - Obama

US President Barack Obama has guaranteed that international armed forces will not run for the way out in Afghanistan, after an American soldier was accused of assassinating 16 civilians. Mr Obama

Monday, 12 March 2012

Cameron and Obama hail relations ahead of PM's US visit

David Cameron and Barack Obama have portrayed the "unique and essential" connection linking the US and UK ahead of a visit by the prime minister to Washington. During the three-day trip they will

Friday, 9 March 2012

Coke and Pepsi alter recipe to avoid cancer warning label

Coca-Cola and Pepsi are altering the formula for their drinks to keep away from putting a cancer caution label on the bottle, to meet the terms of California laws. The new recipe for caramel coloring in the drinks has less 4-methylimidazole - a chemical which California has included to its list of carcinogens.

Wednesday, 7 March 2012

UK troops missing in Afghanistan

Six British soldiers are missing (believed to be killed) in southern Afghanistan after their vehicle exploded. The soldiers were on routine patrol on Tuesday when their vehicle was targeted by an

Tuesday, 6 March 2012

Lenny Dykstra Has Been Sentenced for three Years

Ex-New York Mets outfielder Lenny Dykstra has been sentenced to jail for three years on Monday in a California State Prison for bankruptcy and providing a false financial statement. After getting retirement from baseball, Lenny owned a flourishing chain of car washes which he sold and then put the wages into

Thursday, 1 March 2012

Monkees lead singer Davy Jones died

The Monkees lead singer Davy Jones failed to survive against a major heart attack earlier this morning. Davy Jones was 66 at the time of his death and survived by his 3rd wife Jessica and by his 4 daughters