Lock of Bieber hair sells for $40K, cool

A lock of Justin Bieber's hair from his recent haircut sold for $40,668 (U.S.)  to

Justin Bieber's legions of fans can no longer say the teen sensation's famous hair is priceless.
A lock of Bieber's hair that was salvaged from his recent haircut sold for $40,668 (U.S.) on Wednesday, with the winning bid coming from the online casino
The hair was enclosed in a Plexiglas box signed by the Stratford, Ont., singer.
The auction was inspired after talk show host Ellen DeGeneres tweeted that she wanted a lock of Bieber's hair for her birthday, and the two-time Grammy nominee then appeared on her show to deliver the gift.
Proceeds from the auction will go to theGentle Barn Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides a safe haven for abused children and farm animals. has won similarly high-profile auctions in the past, including the purchase of Montreal-raised TV star William Shatner's kidney stone.

Bieber shoes to be enshrined at Bata Shoe Museum

Justin Bieber’s shoes will be on display at the Bata Shoe Museum, then exhibited with shoes from other Juno winners.
Justin Bieber’s shoes will be on display at the Bata Shoe Museum during March Break.

Beat It! Bieber tops Michael Jackson

Canadian singer Justin Bieber is giving Michael Jackson a run for his money.
No one would seriously claim that Justin Bieber is a bigger star than Michael Jackson, the late King of Pop.

B-52 Stratofortress

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B-2 Spirit

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3D smartphone set to thrill

3D VIEW: The LG Thrill 4G will have a 3D screen and a dual-lens camera for 3D snapshots. - AP

Ziio Tablet

Creative is jumping onto the Tablet bandwagon with its new Ziio 7in device.

Zynga hopes to get gamers more hooked

MORE FUN: This screenshot provided by Zynga, shows the online game CityVille. Zynga is coming up with a new game called RewardVille that aims to get players even more absorbed in their online farms, cities, crime rings and poker games. - AP

Nexus S

AVAILABLE HERE: Jean-Pascal van Overbeke (left), chief operating officer of Maxis Berhad and Yu Jai Sul, managing director of Samsung Malaysia Electronics showing off the Google Nexus S smartphone at the launch in Kuala Lumpur recently.

Strikes on Libya set to slow, stalemate feared

Anti-aircraft fire rang out across Tripoli for a third night but air attacks on Libya are likely to slow, a U.S. general said, as Washington holds back from being sucked into the Libyan civil war.
Libyan army fire anti-aircraft rounds during air strikes by coalition forces in Tripoli March 21, 2011. (REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra)
State television said several sites had come under attack in the capital on Monday. Western powers had no confirmation of new strikes in a U.N.-mandated campaign to enforce a no-fly zone and protect civilians from Muammar Gaddafi's forces.
Rebels, who had been driven back towards their eastern Benghazi stronghold before the air attacks halted an advance by Gaddafi's forces, have so far done little to capitalise on the campaign -- raising fears the war could grind to a stalemate.

Schoolgirl’s cupcakes enable Razif to undergo cleft palate op

The smile has returned to nine-year-old Razif Azami, who was born with a cleft palate – thanks to the efforts of an enterprising young girl.
Bhavya Vel Vell Paari managed to raise almost RM5,000 from selling brownies and cupcakes to enable Razif to undergo corrective surgery.
She donated the money to Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Malaysia, who in turn sponsored Razif’s surgery at Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur.
Sweet offering: Bhavya (right) offering Razif a brownie baked by her to raise funds for his corrective surgery.

Sex video shocker

The release of a video recording of a man resembling an opposition party leader having sex with a foreign prostitute has shocked the nation in the latest scandal to rock the country.
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, speaking at a press conference at 5.30pm – some four hours after news of the recording’s existence first got out – denied that he was the man and dismissed the whole thing as a political ploy.
Anwar gesturing during a press conference at the PKR headquarters in Petaling Jaya to counter claims about a sex video. — ROHAIZAT MD DARUS / The Star

Anwar denies he is man in sex video

Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim denied on Monday that he was the man in the Feb 21 sex video revealed to journalists earlier Monday.

“I sternly deny this scurrilous attack.”
He said that he was at home with PKR staff, his wife, children, grandchildren and tweeting on that day and at that time.
The sex video’s time stamp on Feb 21 was from 10.23pm to 10.45pm.
Anwar with the help of his wife Dr Wan Azizah (right) showing reporters his stomach during the press conference