As you probably know Apple always develops its future products under wraps, which means that all tests must be done in a quiet and sneaky way. As a part of future testing iPhone models in field, Apple’s send its prototype models to its engineers to test them in the field often around its campus in [...]
The death toll in Norway shooting has increased to 84 after police began search for bodies in water surrounding the Utoeya island outside Oslo. A 32-year old man, named ‘Anders Behring Breivik’ has been arrested for having connections with the attacks by the Police. The arrested man is reportedly a right wing political activist and has been actively participating in Internet forums.
Google is a well known company and it rules the world of internet. No one is above law and anyone who violates the law will be taken to justice. One should take care of social norms and should not violate them.
There are certain laws made by which you cannot trace any person without his or her permission. Now days it is possible to locate any body but its unethical and one should not do this.
Pakistan Telecommunication Corporation Limited (PTCL) employees continued protest outside PTCL headquarters despite police crack last night down against protestors last night. They chanted slogans in favour of their demands and for release of leaders. Heavy police contingents and armored vehicles deployed at PTCL headquarters.
Karachi, Aug 12, 2009 (Asia Pulse Data Source via COMTEX) – Frere Police arrested a thief, red-handed as he was stealing the underground wires of Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), here on Tuesday. DSP Asghar Ali Shah said two thieves were trying to steal PTCL underground wires near the Hockey Stadium. He said the Frere police mobile during routine patrolling spotted and arrested one of them, later identified as Shehzad. His accomplice managed to flee. Police have registered a case against the accused on the complaint of a PTCL officer.