The number of people being arrested by the police for drink-driving the "morning after" is on the increase, newly released figures suggest.
According to fresh figures, police arrested 363 people for drink-driving between 6am and 8am in 2012. The figure represents an increase of 4 per cent from the previous year's figure of 350.
The Nintendo UK Online Store has started accepting pre-orders for the just announced 'Mario Mega Bundle,' which includes the Wii U Premium pack, New Super Mario Bros U, New Super Luigi U as well as the upcoming Super Mario 3D World.
In addition to the aforementioned games, the mega bundle will bring a Mario-themed Wii Remote Plus controller and a Mario hat.
The U. S. and the U. K. governments made repeated attempts to crack Tor Network, which is widely known as “onion router” or “dark place” on the Web due to its secretive nature, according to secret documents leaked by former US intelligence employee Edward Snowden.
Lawrence Summers, a Former Treasury Secretary, has walked away from the race to be appointed the next head of the US Federal Reserve.
The Xbox One gaming console entered `full production' mode this week and pre-orders for the console have so far outpaced the supply to retail stores in most markets, Microsoft said.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin has separated from his wife Anne Wojcicki, the couple's spokesperson confirmed on Wednesday.
The spokesperson said Sergey is living apart from his wife for the last several months. But the representative also claimed that they are still good friends and partners.
After gaining millions of admirers on the iOS platform, highly addictive mobile game Dots has become available for Android users.
New York-based developer Betaworks on Thursday launched Dots for Android via Google Play and Amazon App store.