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'It's a way to better understand one another, to work together closer,' says US Seventh Fleet commander Vice Admiral Joseph Aucoin
Filipino gymnast Caloy Yulo shines in the 8th Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships, making him a prospect for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
'We will refrain from competitive devaluation and resist all forms of protectionism,' say APEC finance ministers in a statement
Following the unexpected eruption of Mount Ontake in September, thousands of people took part in a mass evacuation drill to test responses to a possible eruption of Mount Fuji
Hosts South Korea overcame North Korea 1-0 with virtually the last kick of extra time to win a cliff-hanging Asian Games men's football final in a matchup of nations technically at war
Abe uses an historic address to a joint sitting of Australia's parliament to say that Japan 'is now determined to do more to enhance peace in the region and peace in the world'
The US Geological Survey, which measured the undersea quake at around 29 kilometres (18 miles) deep, issued a "green alert", indicating there was a low likelihood of casualties and damage
The blaze, which started August 17, shows little sign of abating. Large fire growth is expected 'due to extremely dry fuels and inaccessible terrain.'
North America's normally lucrative summer movie season has seen a series of movies with budgets over $150 million bomb at the box office, at the expense of cheaper but more profitable films
The creepy production about paranormal investigators, starring Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, took in $41.4 million, industry tracker Exhibitor Relations said
Minions, adults and gigantic robots rule ticket sales in the US
Film revamps the Kaiju genre for a brand new generation of viewers
Twitter launches a mobile video-sharing service -- will it be the Instagram of videos? We play around with the videoke app that will bring out the star in all of us; and we take a look at all the big announcements from the BlackBerry OS 10 launch event - a new name, a new celebrity creative director, and two new smartphones.
Flexible displays on smartphones, the Galaxy Note 8 and other upcoming phones and tablets of 2013. Google opens offices in the Philippines. Former North Korean leader Kim Jong-il's favorite gadget is deigned in California. And we review the Samsung Galaxy Camera - the digicam and Anrdoid device in one.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion reports a small profit after 3 consecutive quarterly losses, offering some optimism for the struggling smartphone maker
New Blackberry phones to be launched January 30th, are better things ahead for the troubled smartphone? We look at the future of Facebook and Twitter as seen from recent updates to their mobile apps, and the battle between Israel and Palestine goes online.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion is struggling for survival, with researchers seeing a possible 'risk of total value destruction'
China makes this announcement amid Pacific military drills led by the US, whose regional presence agitates the Chinese