LONDON - WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange lashed out at the mainstream media during a debate at a London university Thursday, fighting back at a string of unfavorable stories that have appeared since his organization's publication of a cache of U.S.
LOS ANGELES - IMDb.com, the website you go to in order to find out who acted in what film, no matter how obscure, turns 20 next month.
LONDON - World stock markets mostly rose Friday as positive earnings news from technology companies such as Oracle and BlackBerry maker Research in Motion helped shore up sentiment.
LONDON - BlackBerry's Canadian manufacturer should give law enforcement agencies around the world access to its customer data, the U.N.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Udoay Ghosh sat sipping coffee before an early morning flight from Dubai International Airport, looking with affection at his two - yes, two - BlackBerry smart phones laid out in front of him.
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- Reporters Without Borders: WikiLeaks was reckless
- WikiLeaks preparing to release more Afghan files
- Human rights groups ask WikiLeaks to censor files
- British patients click online to see doctor
- Stocks up on AstraZeneca, Bayer, telecom earns
- BSkyB Q4 net profit up nearly fourfold
- 'World's oldest tweeter' Ivy Bean dies at 104
- WikiLeaks: We don't know source of leaked data
- Raytheon unveils Scorpion helmet technology
- Premier League using technology for player ratings
- Extra officials expanded to Champions League
- World markets awaiting Bernanke testimony
- Apple lifts world markets; yen weighs on Nikkei
- Bad calls prompt FIFA to study high-tech ref help
- Upon further review, FIFA will study replay
- Bad-call blues: FIFA urged to allow video replay
- Octopus Paul predicts German win over England
- New iPhone selling briskly as thousands line up
- New iPhone selling briskly as hundreds line up
- Study: No link between cell phone towers, cancer
- No link between cell towers, kids' cancer risk
- BSkyB rebuffs buyout bid from News Corp.
- Apple strikes again: Lines form for the new iPad
- Long lines in Europe, Asia to buy Apple's iPad
- UK's deputy chief plans civil liberties drive
- British Library digitizing 40 million newspapers
- Vodafone full year profit more than doubles
- NYC's Bloomberg in London to view transit CCTV
- Sale of ITV shares boosts BSkyB Q3 profit
- British media revel in April Fools' tradition
- Activist charged over sat phone can leave India
- Nintendo aims to get consoles in schools
- Which is more useful, a guidebook or a travel app?
- English nuclear bunker sold on eBay for $31,000