Toyota reverses decision, chooses to again seek quality over market share

It was back in 2002 when Fujio Cho, then-President of Toyota Motor Corp., set the company’s goal of achieving a 15 percent share of the global automotive market sometime after 2010. Seven years ago, it didn’t seem much of a stretch as the automaker had already captured 10.7 percent, and the seemingly-unstoppable company was rapidly growing. Read the full story… »


jennifer hudson gives birth

Oscar-winning actress and singer Jennifer Hudson gave birth to her first child, a son, on Monday night, is reporting.
E! Online and PEOPLE have both confirmed the news. Read the full story… »

Nokia and Microsoft to announce an “alliance” tomorrow !

We’re not sure what to make of this, but we were just invited to a joint Microsoft / Nokia teleconference during which the two companies will announce an “alliance.” Yeah, there are some pretty wild possibilities there — Nokia going WinMo? Redmond going Symbian? The creation of MaeWinMo? — but considering the featured speakers are Stephen Elop, president of Read the full story… »

make it or break it episode 9

Fans of ABC Family’s series “Make It or Break It” will have a chance to catch up on the entire season filled with drama, dismounts and deceptions followed by the mid-season finale. Read the full story… »

Lady Gaga Hermaphrodite Proof Claims are Untrue -GaGa Is A Lady, Not A Man

We all know what the Internet is like for celebrity rumors, but the recent one about Lady Gaga being a hermaphrodite, has to be the most bizarre of them all. But the latest rumor has had many people wondering, if Lady Gaga is a man or a woman. Read the full story… »

Apple May Be Exempt From China’s Web Filter Mandate

Apple appears to be exempt from China’s mandate that a controversial Internet filtering program be shipped with all computers sold in the country.
Computers that do not meet the software’s technical requirements are excluded from the mandate, according to one PC maker. Read the full story… »

Pirate Bay Users Jump Ship Over Site Sale

Calling The Pirate Bay’s owners “sellouts” who made a “deal with the devil,” users of the notorious torrent-tracking site expressed their frustrations across the Internet today. The cause of their ire, of course, was news that a Swedish company is buying The Pirate Bay (TPB) for $7.8 million. The buyer, Global Gaming Factory X, plans to turn TPB straight and end its reign as a haven for pirates who use the site to find—and illegally download—copyrighted content across the Net. Read the full story… »