German court win for Samusung over Apple in tablet battle
A German court on Tuesday upheld a ruling in favour of Samsung Electronics, denying a request by Apple to ban sales of the 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab model in Germany.
India struggles to control deadly Assam riots
GUWAHATI, India – Police shot at a roving mob in India’s northeastern state of Assam on Tuesday (24/07/2012) as security forces struggled to contain ethnic fighting that has killed 22 people and left remote hamlets in flames, forcing tens of thousands from their homes.
Late night TV or computer sessions linked to depression
LONDON – Sitting in front of a computer or TV screen late into the night or leaving it on when you fall asleep could increase your chances of becoming depressed, according to a study by U.S. scientists.
Putin will not testify at Pussy Riot trial
MOSCOW – A court on Monday (23/07/2012) rejected a request to call President Vladimir Putin and the head of the Russian Orthodox Church to testify in the trial of three female punk rockers who derided Putin in a protest in the country’s main cathedral, their lawyer said.
Syrian forces fight back after rebels gains
BEIRUT – Syrian forces fought on Friday (20/07/2012) to take back border posts seized by rebels and announced they had cleared
Read More Here: http://www.peherald.com/news/article/7531