A piano that belonged to Elvis Presley is being auctioned off online to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the rock ‘n’ roll legend’s death, an official from the selling company said.
“The starting price is $250,000 but we hope to sell it for somewhere around $2 million,” the company selling the piano on the auction website eBay, said. The online auction of the white Knabe baby grand began this week and runs until August 18.
Read more: Elvis Presley piano could fetch $2 million
Massive debates have been sparked online after witnesses recorded what appeared to be a pair of UFOs flying over the Caribbean island of Haiti.
Two pentagon shaped craft flying low over palm trees on the island were 'captured' on film and the footage, posted on Youtube, and have triggered speculation on the internet that a real UFO has been spotted. ....
Bu most are happy to dismiss the video as 'fake', saying the crafts have been 'computer generated', while others reckon the video is part of an advertising campaign.
Read more: Fear of new UFO threat in Haiti
Users are reporting that a new update to Apple Inc.'s iPhone is making previously unlocked iPhones unusable.
The iPhone 1.1.1 update, released Thursday, breaks phones that have been hacked so that they work with providers other than AT&T Inc., the only U.S. provider Apple has allowed to carry its mobile phones.
In recent months, a number of software tools have been developed which allow iPhone users to break free of Apple's AT&T-only restriction, but Apple has said that it would fight any attempts to unlock the iPhone. Earlier this week the company released a warning that unlocked iPhones "will likely result in the modified iPhone becoming permanently inoperable when a future Apple-supplied iPhone software update is installed."
Read more: Firmware Update Breaks Hacked iPhones
Responding to some customers' lukewarm embrace of Windows Vista, Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) said it will extend by several months availability of the operating system's predecessor, Windows XP.
The company said it will make the full version of Windows XP available to PC manufacturers and retailers through June 30, 2008. It will continue to offer a basic edition in emerging markets through June 2010.
Read more: Microsoft To Extend Windows XP Sales As Vista Concerns Mount
Horrific claims of torture, mass arrests and government soldiers acting under the influence of drugs have emerged from Burma.
Burmese monks told not to risk defiance
Analysis: Nothing changes while the army keeps on killing
In pictures: Exclusive photos from the protests
A man listens to news while another reads a paper
Read more: Hundreds of Burmese protesters feared dead