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Tersedak Saat Ikut Lomba Makan, Pria Ini Koma dan Jadi Lumpuh- Views : 3763
Siapa sangka kompetisi yang terlihat unik dan lucu seperti lomba makan bisa membuat seseorang mengalami kelumpuhan? Ya, itulah yang dialami oleh Samaljit Aulakh (36). Ayah satu anak ini kini hanya bisa berbaring dan tak bisa menggerakkan tubuhnya setelah mengikuti lomba makan.

Kisah Mistis Fujiwara yang Membawanya Hidup dengan Suku Dani di Papua- Views : 4200
Warga Jepang ini, Fujiwara, kelahiran perfektur Yamaguchi, akhirnya terdampar di Wamena, Papua. Buka kios internet di sana dengan nama, sudah 11 tahun tinggal, menetap di sana. Lalu motivasinya apa sehingga terdampar di ujung Indonesia tersebut?

PS4 Beats Xbox One For November Sales In North America- Views : 3782
The November NPD report on the videogame industry is out, and while we don't have specific numbers, Sony says that its PS4 beat out Microsoft's Xbox One in total sales. It's unsurprising because the PS4 came out one week earlier, giving it a little more time to bulk up those numbers for the month.

"PlayStation 4 sales in North America and worldwide have been incredibly strong since launch, culminating in PS4 being recognized as the largest console launch in history," SCEA President and CEO Jack Tretton said in a statement, via CVG.

UFC 168 Anderson Silva breaks leg kicking Chris Weidman- Views : 4074
LAS VEGAS - Anderson Silva's remarkable mixed martial arts career likely came to an end on Saturday in a rematch with Chris Weidman when he gruesomely broke his left leg throwing a kick. The former champion, Silva was throwing a kick at Weidman in the early stages of the second round. The kick landed and it appeared as Silva's left leg snapped just above the ankle.

Toshiba plans to invest $500m in new local plant- Views : 3967
Japanese electronics manufacturer, the Toshiba Corporation, will invest between US$400 million and $500 million in Indonesia to enlarge its production facility and tap into surging domestic demand for electronics.

"Toshiba wants to expand its business here with new investment," Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) chief Mahendra Siregar said on Tuesday at the Office of the Coordinating Economic Minister.

The plan was revealed after Mahendra, along with some ministers, such as Coordinating Economic Minister Hatta Rajasa, Industry Minister MS Hidayat and Trade Minister Gita Wirjawan, paid a official visit headed by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to Japan.

10 things not to buy in 2014- Views : 4617
1. Cable TV
Cable television's heyday is over. Subscribers have been declining since 2004, and analysts say there's no end in sight. Roughly 54.8 million households currently pay for cable TV, down 3.3% from 2012 and down 17.6% from a decade prior, according to research firm IHS. Cable companies are expected to shed roughly 1.3 million subscribers in 2014.
The decline is due in part to so-called cord-cutters: consumers who are canceling cable and transitioning to lower-cost services, such as Hulu and Netflix (NFLX) , which provide much of the same programming at a fraction of the price. Using an Internet connection, consumers can stream many cable shows, news programs and sports games, as well as movies, directly to their TVs. Some channels' websites also provide viewers access to their shows. (MarketWatch recently launched a calculator - Are you ready to cut the cord? - that allows consumers to find the shows they normally watch through such lower-cost options.)
These services are mostly beneficial for people who do not mind watching shows after they've aired and are willing to part with most live programming.
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