2nd > December > 2012 Archive


Archaeologists uncover 'Unicorn's lair'

The lair of a unicorn ridden by King Tongmyong, one of many monarchs from Korea's Koryo Kingdom, has been found, according to the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), the state-run agency of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
Simon Sharwood, 02 Dec 2012

Quickflix sheds staff, drops ads, hunts for US benefactors

Riding out the storm of sudden executive exits, rapid cash flow burn and a trading halt, Australian IPTV aspirant Quickflix now hopes it is weeks away from securing a new strategic investor.
Natalie Apostolou, 02 Dec 2012

Apple plants flag on wireless power-supply map

Apple has fenced off its own little patch of the wireless charging space, with a patent covering the use of “near field magnetic resonance” (NFMR) to wake up low-power peripherals like keyboards and mice.
Richard Chirgwin, 02 Dec 2012
John McAfee

John McAfee 'captured'

Fugitive anti-viral figurehead John McAfee has reportedly been captured while trying to cross the border from Belize to Mexico.
Simon Sharwood, 02 Dec 2012

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