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Phablet sales in the Asian-Pacific region rose by 620 per cent from 2012 to 2013, with most of the sales thanks to Samsung's Galaxy Note
Some buildings will be totally demolished while others are being dismantled and reassembled
Fans of rapper Snoop Lion, formerly known as Snoop Dogg, are paying $100 (£65) to customise their photographs with an imaginary joint.
Mukesh Singh says he was driving the bus and was unaware of the brutal attack, which shocked a nation
The channel hopes to create 'shareable, emotionally compelling video content for a highly-mobile, video-driven generation'
The online video service, founded in 2007, allows users to watch TV shows
In great news for patisserie purists and weight watchers everywhere (but a potential catastrophe for fans of icing): the cult of the cupcake may at last be coming to an end.
Western concerns rise as ultraconservative Sunni faction strengthens grip on island's monarchy
The bald head apparently now represents potency and decisiveness, but shiny-headed men are still on the sidelines
Tycoon may cede day-to-day control of newspapers to focus on entertainment brands
The American publishing house behind the 155-year old magazine The Atlantic is set to launch a digital business news service which threatens the global position of the Financial Times and The Economist.
The German chancellor Angela Merkel pressed for the removal of the former premier Silvio Berlusconi “in order to save the Euro”, according to a report that has caused a political storm in Italy.
The President is under pressure to sack Desiree Rogers, after she was blamed for letting in White House gatecrashers
Singer long-awaited album leads to legal challenge
'Jane told me later that she hired me because I'd look good eating canapés'
A novel about the child bride of the Prophet Mohamed has been withdrawn by Random House, which said it feared that publication of the book could "incite acts of violence". Critics, however, have accused the publisher of abandoning the principle of free speech and caving into pressure from extreme Islamist elements.