During the first half of 2013, the tourists spent 9 billion pounds in UK as per the latest data released by Office for National Statistics. The UK tourism sector has seen highest spending so far of £8.72bn by foreign nationals, registering increase of 11 percent compared to last year.
In a move which will mark the expansion of the `Grand Theft Auto' (GTA) universe, Rockstar Games has recently unveiled `Grand Theft Auto Online,' which will unfold a dynamic and persistent online gaming world.
A top official of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) told USA TODAY on Thursday that the agency plans to make a revision in gas mileage rules, by changing the way in which it permits the automakers' grouping of similar vehicles into "
After Internet search giant Google asked software giant Microsoft, on Thursday, to pull its custom-built YouTube app from the Windows Phone Store for the third time, Microsoft has publicly condemned Google for its failure to live up to its commitment to openness.
According to a Thursday report in The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), a preliminary deal has been reached between Japanese consumer electronics biggie Sony Corp.
In a Thursday statement, social network Facebook said that it has plans underway to carry out a "very small test" of a mobile payments service which will enable users to link their payment information to other mobile applications.
In what apparently was a coordinated wave of attacks launched on three US new outlets, the websites of Washington Post, CNN, and Time magazine were disrupted on Thursday morning.
A man has stolen more than £170,000 from his son's cancer treatment fund. Yes, it's true! The man has been accused of stealing money from a fund that was set up by him to pay for his son's cancer treatment.
It was revealed during the hearing that the money went into Kevin Wright's personal bank account. He used that money to support his own interests and investments.
The government is looking forward to lift a ban to allow healthcare staff with HIV to perform certain medical procedures. Ban lift will mean that healthcare staff in England, Wales and Scotland suffering from HIV will be able to take part in all tasks, including surgery and dentistry as well.
New figures have revealed the number of prescriptions has grown by more than 50% in 10 years in Wales. More prescriptions are dispensed by GPs in Wales, and they are more than any other country in the UK.