Patent For A Wearable Battery Charger Technology For The Apple Watch Published
The possible changes to the watch appear to result in part from manufacturing challenges at an Apple supplier called TPK Holding. A patent by Apple for a wearable battery charger technology has been published by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Better days will come, Ginsburg says in interview
Ginsburg has earned the nickname "Notorious RBG" for never being shy about granting interviews or speaking her mind. Ginsburg spurred controversy previous year when she called Trump a "faker" and said he "really has an ego".
Try crepes with a twist this Pancake Tuesday
Britons are looking forward to making and devouring pancakes with family and friends to celebrate Pancake Day today. Heat a small frying pan and grease with butter then ladle in enough batter to coat the base of the pan.
Post-demonetisation slow down in GDP
Similarly, growth in the mining sector is projected to slowdown to 1.3 per cent from 12.3 per cent in 2015-16. Personal consumption expenditures: Increased by 1.9%, down slightly from last estimate's 2%.
Villarreal v Real Madrid
Villarreal will look to win their third straight match on the bounce when they host Real Madrid at El Madrigal on 26 February. Villarreal are a very good team, despite they were kicked out of the European League against AS Roma last Thursday.
Mets to keep David Wright from throwing because of shoulder impingement
Reyes posted a.267/.326/.443 slash with 25 extra base hits, including eight home runs, in 60 games last season. Another baseball season is upon us, and unfortunately, so is another David Wright injury.
Amal Clooney's baby bump upstages George
The sighting marks the couple's first red carpet appearance since news broke earlier this month of their pregnancy. Amal , who never disappoints with her style, stepped out with George in a back and white ensemble on Saturday.
Trump decries threats against Jewish centers
The Jewish Community Center Association of North America says it has recorded almost 70 threats since the start of the year. President Donald Trump is calling recent threats against Jewish community centres "horrible and painful".
Swedes never heard of Fox News' Swedish 'security advisor'
So until O'Reilly addresses the situation tomorrow, Twitter has its own best guesses, theories and snipes about Bildt. " We do not know who he is ", it told the Swedish daily.
Dozens of civilians killed in vehicle bomb blast in al-Bab
Last week, the Observatory reported that more than 400 al-Bab civilians had been killed in Turkish bombardments since November. The explosion destroyed a rebel security post in Sousian, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
Ukip donor Banks will stand against party's only MP
UKIP's only MP has discussed re-defecting back the Conservatives at the next election with senior Tories, the Sun can reveal. Ukip is in an increasing state of turmoil after failing to win the Stoke Central by-election last Thursday.
Vice President Pence Swears in Wilbur Ross as US Commerce Secretary
Ross has also sought to ease concerns about whether the White House would try to politicize climate science. Former commerce secretaries have praised him, including one who served under former president Barack Obama.
Iran requests 950 tons of uranium from Kazakhstan
It said that Iran has stockpiled roughly half of the enriched uranium allowed under the nuclear agreement. The final batch of a shipment of 149 tons of natural uranium was delivered early this month.
Cause Of Death Of Russian UN Ambassador Still Unclear
After he returned to the foreign ministry in Moscow, he ably parried with Western correspondents at briefings in the early 1990s. Russia's United Nations ambassador passed away in NY on Monday, a day before his 65th birthday.
GOP congressman says no room for compromise in repealing Obamacare
Trump told reporters earlier this month that the White House will release its health care plan by "maybe mid to early March". As the same time, many millions of people have gotten health insurance because of the federal government's program.