Monday, February 10, 2014

Schapelle Corby the journey after her release

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Formula One : Hospital issues statement to deny rumours of Michael Schumacher's death

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Grenoble hospital, where Formula One legend Michael Schumacher is being treated for a head injury from a ski accident since December last year, has denied rumours that the seven-time champion racer has died. According to a report in Daily Star, a representative from the hospital spoke to the media and said that Schumacher was still alive and that doctors were trying to bring him out of induced coma.

SPORT Skating bronze medallist "Olga Graf’s" accidental striptease

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RUSSIAN speed skater Olga Graf showed off more than she wanted after a bronze medal-winning performance in the Olympic Games 3,000 metres, ripping down the zip of her skin suit in delight. Graf, who won Russia’s first medal of the Sochi Games, raised her arms aloft in triumph after crossing the finishing line and then pulled her zip down to her waist. “Yes it is true. There was nothing underneath,’’ she was quoted as saying by the Sovietsky Sport daily. “We have great suits, they make the body feel light and as a result I wear nothing under them. When I finished the race I forgot about this. “And I thought, what a nightmare! And soon it will be all over YouTube. But in fact, nothing bad will come of it. “In the end, I did not show that much,’’ she mused. http://www.couriermail.com.au/sport/winter-olympics/skating-bronze-medallist-olga-grafs-accidental-striptease/story-fnl611g9-1226822099206

Flappy Bird :The mysterious takedown of the Flappy Bird app Read

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Video games developer Nguyen Ha Dong.
Video games developer Nguyen Ha Dong.
It was created in two or three days by an independent game developer, then quietly released in May last year. Now, the free Flappy Bird mobile app has been taken down after accusations it gamed app store rankings to become an overnight sensation and copied graphics from another game.
It all appeared to come to a head at the weekend, when the app creator, Nguyen Ha Dong, announced the grounding of the addictive game in a series of tweets on Saturday. He also apologised to Flappy Bird players.
Its chart success defies logic, it has captivated the world with its gameplay, and Dong is becoming an inspiring legend to indie app developers around the world 
Earlier, Dong called Flappy Bird a success of his but said it had ruined his "simple" life.
A screenshot from Flappy Bird.
A screenshot from Flappy Bird.
"So now I hate it," he wrote.


Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/digital-life/games/the-mysterious-takedown-of-the-flappy-bird-app-20140210-32bje.html#ixzz2sukV8o1r
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