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U.S. President Barack Obama has ended a $147 million Congressional funding freeze that shut down Sesame Street and other aid programs to the Palestinians.
More than 15 months after Apple launched its Mac App Store, the software hub has 10,000 paid and free apps.
The Mac App Store brought the concept of Apple’s iOS App Store to the company’s OS X operating system, but …
California's population will grow more slowly in the next few decades than it has in the past — and that is good for the state's still-struggling economy, according to a new USC report.
Complaints about the high price of holidaying in Oz are set to lose a little legitimacy with the news that Tune Hotels is about to set up shop with new budget hotels in both Melbourne and Sydney.
The no-frills hotel chain -- owned by AirAsia founder Tony Fernandes -- opened its first property in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in 2007 with rooms selling for as little as US$3 a night.
Melbourne will be first Australian destination to get a Tune hotel, when a Swanson Street branch opens in August next year.
After that, Melbourne appears to be next on a hit list that?s bound to have the established hotels looking over their shoulders.
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