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Sarah Lucas

Digital Journalist based in London, United Kingdom. Joined on Sep 5, 2011

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Digital projection killing drive-in theatres

Drive-in theatres could be all but extinct in the US by the end of the year, when Hollywood plans to discontinue the distribution of 35-millimeter film prints to American theatres.

Round-up of latest business technology news

It’s been a long time coming but PR Newswire reports that Huawei, the fast-growing Chinese tech multinational, will today make available the world’s first enterprise-level 802.11ac access point.

'Latino Barack Obama' gaining momentum

This Tuesday at the Democratic National Convention, the keynote speech was delivered, for the first time ever, by an Hispanic. The speaker, photogenic 37-year-old San Antonio mayor Julian Castro, is being billed as the ‘Latino Barack Obama’.

Latest entertainment news from Oz

All the celebrity buzz from down under - Gotye grumpy about Glee song, Who magazine's most beautiful people, wax version of Deltra Goodrem

Twitter adds five new languages

For the Twitter-sceptic, it is quite sufficient that Kanye West can tweet his carpeting preference (Persian, adorned with a cherub pattern) in one language.

Iran bans ‘love triangles’ and ‘half-naked men’ on TV Special

The Iranian government has banned state television from featuring “tempting love triangles” and “half-naked men”, according to state-run Fars news.

Long-jumper loses thanks to her ponytail

Long hair and competitive sports do not mix. Ask Andre Agassi, who claims the insecure attachment of a lion mane-style wig distracted him during the final at the French Open in 1990, costing him the title.

Where is Libya's Gaddafi?

Where is Muammar Gaddafi? It seems no one knows. The National Transitional Council (NTC), NATO, France, Niger and Burkina Faso all deny knowledge of the ousted Libyan leader’s location since his disappearance on 22 August.

Swazi government keeps distance as democracy demonstrations swell Special

Manzini - In contrast to its heavy-handed response to previous demonstrations, the Swazi government is mostly staying clear of protestors during this week’s Global Week of Action protests across the country.
 

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