It’s Smartphone Platform Market Share Day, meaning that your local nerds are atwitter about the latest figures: Android’s continuing massive growth, the slowing of iOS’s year-over-year unit volume expansion,
The trend shows up in 18 U.S. states. After years of White House initiatives, news reports and controversial healthy-eating laws, maybe finally something stuck. In a new analysis of data from 2008 to the
A bottlenose has exhibited "the most durable social memory ever recorded for a non-human." Say that, in 1993, you were at a bar having some beers with a dolphin. Say that the dolphin said, "I've got the
Bitcoin's status as a form of unregulated virtual money doesn't mean it's not subject to US currency laws, a federal district court has found. In a published decision from August 6th, Judge Amos Mazzant
Childcare in New York City costs upwards of $13,000 a year (the highest in the country) and private pre-k classes can run more than $30,000 a year. For parents who can't afford the private route, public
Financial lifeline for poor around the world under threat as UK bank plans to stop cash transfers. Somalia receives around $160m a year from the UK's Somali community, but now those transfers are in danger
Zimbabwe's election may have been a triumph for President Robert Mugabe, but the economic impact looks uncertain, with the country now facing "huge challenges", say analysts. Harare's stock market has
Venezuela's highest court has rejected an appeal by opposition leader Henrique Capriles against April's contested presidential election result. The Supreme Court of Justice described the appeal as "inadmissible".