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Charleston church holds first service since massacre

Charleston - The church in South Carolina where a white gunman murdered nine African Americans, held Sunday its first church service since the massacre, an emotional gathering celebrating the lives of those slain.

New Windows 10 build brings yet more welcome improvements

As Windows 10 nears completion ahead of its release this summer, Microsoft is continuing to push out new preview builds. Another build was released last night and brings several more refinements across the OS, focusing on a more polished interface.

FIFA votes for new president

Zurich - A FIFA congress on Friday started a vote for a new president with incumbent Sepp Blatter the favourite despite a major corruption scandal engulfing the organisation.

Microsoft still working on Interactive Live Tiles for Windows 10

During a session at Microsoft's Ignite conference last week, the company announced that it is still working hard on making Interactive Live Tiles a reality in a future update to Windows 10, enabling users to access features of apps directly from Start.

Op-Ed: Why search must succeed and be cohesive in Windows 10

If Windows 10 is to do only one thing right, it must be getting searching down to a finely-tuned art. After the disastrous full-screen interface of Windows 8, the new Start menu in Windows 10 needs to deliver the cohesive search once offered by Windows 7.

Iran nuclear talks start in Vienna: US

Tehran - Iran and six world powers kicked off Wednesday a fourth round of nuclear talks in Vienna aimed at crafting a lasting accord, a US official said.

Emergency UN Security Council talks on Ukraine begin

New York - An emergency UN Security Council meeting on Ukraine began Monday, called by Russia to set out in greater detail its policy after being threatened by US and EU sanctions."I'll be explaining in considerably more detail the position of the Russian Federat...

British snowboarder kicks off Sochi Games

Chereshnya - The first events got under way at the Sochi Winter Olympics on Thursday, with Britain's Billy Morgan the first competitor in action in snowboarding.

Syria warring sides meet in same room in Geneva: UN

Damascus - Syria's warring sides met together in the same room on Saturday for the first time since peace talks started in Geneva, the UN said.

Closer to Nuclear Safety, Uranium removed from Poland, US$60m

Warsaw - "The world is a safer place," declares Andrew Bieniawski, a senior official with the US government's Global Threat Reduction Initiative.

Op-Ed: Medvedev and Obama in Prague, sign new treaty on nuclear weapons

Prague - Presidents Medvedev and Obama met in Prague today and signed the so-called New Start treaty which will see both countries reduce their stockpile of nuclear weapons by almost one third. But not everyone is impressed. Are you?

Will Iran War Start on Friday?

Many speculate and media reports confirm the US will be ready to strike Iran's nuclear facilities as early as this Friday, April 6.

How to jump-start your car

In the "things we should already all know but probably don't" category, eHow has a tutorial (with pictures) for jump-starting your car.
 

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Windows 10 Start screen [Preview build]
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The new jump list design in Windows 10 build 10130
The new jump list design in Windows 10 build 10130
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