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A swell in diesel cars offered in the U.S. means more high-mileage options for buyers. Here are four diesel-engined cars recently reviewed by CNET.
An Australian Christian Lobby domain name has been snapped up and turned into a Web site for the Australian Cat Ladies.
According to the South Korea Fair Trade Commission, Apple has revised its after-sales policy in that country to help it reach the "world's best level."
Widespread online protests appear to have convinced some sponsors of controversial copyright bills that they're no longer worth supporting.
In an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald, the co-developer of Google Maps and Google Wave, Lars Rasmussen, says that the social network is the place to be.
The Korean government decides to shut off online games for a six-hour period at night for underage gamers in an attempt to address the problem of gaming addiction.
South Korea is getting ready to build a robot theme park that features reconstructions of robot-oriented movie sets, a robot arm ride, and even robot cashiers and performers.
The software company's vice president of intellectual property, Horacio Gutierrez, thinks that cooperation starts with patents, but his message misses the boat.
Powerful new mobile phones will get a full-fledged Flash Player 10 from the company, not just the Lite version. But Flash on the iPhone is still an idea left out in the cold.
If the advantages of 3G mobile networks goes over your head, don't worry, you're not alone. With 3G services rapidly outselling 2G services in Australia we're here to help with an easy explanation of what 3G is and what it all means to you.