Apple is reporting a profit of almost 12.5 billion euros for the first three months of 2015, on the back of surging iPhone sales. It is a rise of around a third […]
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Watching movies on your iPad in bed is trickier than it should be. The Fixer has the solution. In this ongoing series life hacks, WSJ’s Michael Hsu solves the frustrations we’ve all […]
Sex and relationship expert Dr. Laura Berman tells WSJ’s Tanya Rivero that the future of sex includes robots, virtual reality and drugs to address women’s sexual function. Photo: Ryan Etter for The […]
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The Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe, has arrived in the United States for a week-long visit focusing on trade and defence ties.Abe is expected to become the first Japanese leader to address […]
Argentina has re-nationalised its railway system. It’s part of a trend – after the government earlier bought back the national airline, and some utilities companies.Al Jazeera’s Daniel Schweimler reports from Buenos Aires.
A German media investigation has revealed Berlin was informed about the dangers of flying over Eastern Ukraine, just days before MH17 was downed over the area last July. However the government didn’t […]
CNN’s Chris Cuomo reports from the scene of chaos and violence in the streets of Baltimore as rioters clashed with police. The city is in a state of emergency.
Ahead of the general glections in the United Kingdom, a number of different voices and public figures have spoken their piece on what they believe is best for the country and what […]