Updated: 10:47 PM Starting this month, however, the InterContinental Hotels Group is modernizing that mission at one of its hotels, replacing the paper tomes with electronic versions of the Bible loaded on Kindle e-readers. Each of the 148 rooms at the chain's Hotel Indigo in Newcastle, England, will be outfitted with a Kindle with Wi-Fi. Guests can use the e-ink devices to catch up on scripture, as well as purchase and read any other books available in the Amazon Kindle store.
Posted: 8:36 PM Aside from the iconic (and sadly discontinued) TV ads, the "I'm a Mac" vs. "I'm a PC" battle has never been a particularly close one, at least in terms of sheer numbers. To put it bluntly, Apple gets creamed.
Posted: 8:07 PM As political chatter over Mitt Romney's choice for running mate gets louder, the presumptive GOP nominee's wife offered a new glimpse into the highly secretive process: the campaign, she said, is looking at women.
Posted: 8:02 PM President Barack Obama on Thursday pushed his vision for fair trade practices while kicking off his two-day bus tour through Ohio and Pennsylvania, a region known as a manufacturing hub.
Posted: 7:50 PM Amanda Burger and Amanda Prentice live more than 700 miles apart. They have never met, but they share something even more unusual than a first name. Each woman went home with a healthy newborn daughter. Before going into labor, neither woman had any idea she was pregnant.
Posted: 4:20 PM The buy, which will run July 31 through August 9, is for commercials in 11 states: Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin.
Posted: 4:18 PM Ben LaBolt, appearing on CNN's "Starting Point with Soledad O'Brien," said Obama still believes the fee assessed to people who choose not to obtain health insurance should be classified as a "penalty" rather than a "tax."
Posted: 4:09 PM Wearing a blue-collared shirt Thursday, Obama took his Republican rival Mitt Romney to task, saying the presumptive GOP presidential nominee's background as a corporate CEO would render him unprepared in standing up to China.