Thousands run for Pasig River and country
Street children find new hope
MANILA, Philippines - On EDSA, the main highway in Metro Manila, young children and teenagers, like the ambulant vendors, dart between cars and buses when traffic slows down.
SEAIR to fly to El Nido, Taytay starting December
MANILA, Philippines - Leisure airline Southeast Asian Airlines (SEAIR) announced it is reopening its flights to El Nido and Taytay in Palawan on December 1, 2010.
With Twitter blocked, Chinese micro-blogging thrives
BEIJING - When a huge mudslide swamped a Chinese town in August, killing at least 1,500 people, word first reached the world thanks to a digital camera-wielding, 19-year-old micro-blogger who idoli
WSJ, NY Times, USA Today developing Galaxy applications
WASHINGTON - The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and USA Today are among news organizations planning to offer news applications for Samsung's Galaxy tablet compu
US parents want better privacy protections for kids: survey
WASHINGTON - When it comes to protecting the privacy of their children, US parents give social networks a failing grade.
PNoy, Shalani broke up?
MANILA, Philippines - President Benigno Aquino III and Valenzuela City councilor Shalani Soledad have reportedly broken up 2 weeks ago, according to the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
Ubisoft jumps on Kinect motion-sensing videogame controls
SAN FRANCISCO - French videogame star Ubisoft is showing off its moves with titles that capitalize on Kinect motion-sensing Xbox 360 console controllers set to debut in November.
1.5 million copies of Bush memoir to hit shelves
NEW YORK - One and a half million copies of George W.
'Zebra crossing' turns heads on S.African highway
JOHANNESBURG - An escaped zebra turned motorists' heads on a busy Johannesburg highway as it strolled down the road at rush hour, The Star newspaper reported Friday.