Although it might end with Captain America firing a nuclear missile?
Prosecutors in South Korea's capital of Seoul said on Friday that they plan to investigate allegations tech giant Apple deliberately slowed down older models of iPhone to push customers towards purchasing pricier newer versions, the Korea Herald reported.
Switching its in-flight magazine Hemisphere to a lighter variety of paper that saved 28 grams a copy has saved United Airlines 643,520l of fuel a year, the L.A. Times reported on Saturday, citing an "internal message to employees." Per the paper, the 5 fewer kilos a flight save approximately 643,520l or $US290,000 ($362,786) in fuel costs annually - enough to pay salary for at least a few pilots:
A panel of the America's top public health experts is pushing for a sweeping set of policy changes and laws aimed at accomplishing an audacious goal - an end to deaths caused by drunk driving. But the recommendation touted as having the largest potential impact on deaths might also be the hardest to sell: lowering the amount of alcohol you need to drink before you legally shouldn't get behind the wheel.
Under chairman Ajit Pai, the FCC has had a lot of stupid initiatives that would only serve the interests of telecoms. Ranking high on the list was a plan to redefine speed requirements for fixed broadband to include slower mobile connections. As of Thursday, that plan appears to be dead. But never say never.
In one high school last year, a group of girls bandied together and photoshopped the head of one of their peers onto a naked body.
So life-like was it, that the school wanted reason not to expel the 14-year-old. Her parents, on seeing the photograph, were devastated, dismissing their daughter's claims it was not her.
It's that time of year again - when we are inundated with information about what the next great wellness blogger will be instagramming non-stop as a cure-all for, well, all.
So what do the experts make of this year's biggest trends - hemp, proats, flexatarianism, adaptogens, kanuka and seaweed? I spoke to nutritionist Catherine Saxelby from Foodwatch to find out.
On Friday, the Producer's Guild of America released a set of guidelines to prevent and deal with sexual harassment on film sets. Yesterday, it was announced that the first film to implement those guidelines will be Wonder Woman 2.