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Now, Google the world''s first 100 billion dollar brand

Now, Google the world''s first 100 billion dollar brand

Brown and al-Maliki in talks ahead of Iraq investment conference

Brown and al-Maliki in talks ahead of Iraq investment conference

Meet the 2-yr-old girl who has an IQ almost equalling Einstein''s

London, Apr 30 : The kid is just two-years-old, but she is cleverer than Carol Vorderman and has an IQ that almost equals that of Albert Einstein''s.

Elise Tan Roberts, who has an IQ of 156, has become the youngest member of Mensa, and she has shown why, as she recites her phonetic alphabet, almost perfectly, before counting to 10 in Spanish.

It puts her above Vorderman, at 154, and just below Einstein, who was believed to be about 160.

The young tot''s intelligence could be seen as she pressed her fingers and thumbs together to make a shape, and then asked what it is.

"What''s that?" the Mirror quoted her as asking with a cheeky grin.

Even in sandals Elle Macpherson makes fashion statement

Even in sandals Elle Macpherson makes fashion statementLondon, Apr 30 : Aussie model Elle Macpherson has showed that she can still look glam at 45 in a mini dress and sandals.

Macpherson, who is a six-footer, dressed down in a teeny white dress and gold flats at a dinner for American fashion designer Michael Kors at China Tang in the Dorchester hotel.

"Not many 45-year-olds can get away with a mini dress and bare legs but Elle can still carry it off," the Daily Express quoted one admiring guest as saying.

''Stupedia'' highlights pointless facts stuffed in Wikipedia

''Stupedia'' highlights pointless facts stuffed in WikipediaLondon, Apr 30 : Touted as information treasury, Wikipedia is not just pure general knowledge, but it is also home to a big chunk of pointless facts.

Some of such useless extracts from the online encyclopaedia have now been compiled in a new book, titled ''Stupedia: The Most Useless Facts On Wikipedia'', which has left many rolling with their hands on their stomachs, reports The Sun.

Few of the brainless extracts mentioned in ''Stupedia'' are:

1. McDonald''s signs once had only one golden arch.

Now, a food tin that heats contents sans microwave

Now, a food tin that heats contents sans microwaveLondon, April 30 : Busy office workers will no longer have to depend on a microwave to rustle up a hot snack, all thanks to a food tin that warms up its contents.

The Hotcan meal, which costs 3.99-pounds, includes beef casserole, vegetable curry and an all-day breakfast.

Hotcans, based in Chesterfield, Derbys, is also developing a new range of pasta, curry and vegetarian dishes.

The 14oz cans generate heat by mixing water and limestone when a seal on the top is broken.

And it takes no more than 12 minutes to heat up the food.

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