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    • New railway opens, links Chinese inland laptop production hub with port
      A railway route dedicated to transporting goods between southwest China's Chongqing Municipality and a port in southern China's Shenzhen City went into service Wednesday amid efforts to build Chongqing into a world class laptop-manufacturing center. With the special railway route opened, it takes only 53.5 hours for freight trains to reach Shenzhen's Yantian Port from Chongqing, saving 62.5 hours, according to a statement from the municipal government. Yantian is a transport hub from which ... 鉄道のルートを中心製造ラップトップ南専用の輸送商品の間南西ポートに中国の重慶市とクラスの中国深センの世界都市に重慶を構築したにサービス水曜日の中で努力する

    • Tech powerhouse HP stumbles with smartphones as peers advance
      Hewlett-Packard is one of the world's most successful makers of desktop computers, laptops, servers and printers. It owns a powerful consumer brand, and it is a growing provider of services for businesses. In the first quarter, its sales rose 8 per cent. ヒューレットパッカードのデスクトップコンピュータ、ラップトップ、サーバ、プリンタの世界で最も成功したメーカーです

    • Larry King has gone – and primetime TV itself could follow him
      Larry King's audience dropped 36% and US news shows are losing viewers too. Is it the end of 24/7 television?Larry King gives up his CNN show after 25 primetime years and a nation (allegedly) weeps. But look for the bigger picture as well as a hankie. The Larry interview show has lost 36% of its audience in a year. The Campbell Brown show that preceded it is no more: Ms Brown watched 35% go and decided to spend more time with her children. Last April, John King, who starts CNN evenings, attracted only 109,000 viewers under the age of 54. Puny numbers. Cue advertisers spending more time with their navels.CNN is in trouble – trouble that recruiting Piers Morgan as the new Larry may not assuage. But then, if you change channels, the Fox Report is 12% below its best, too – and MSNBC's Hardball has just seen 8% of its audience disappear.Is this a failure of the programmes the cable kings mount? Or something more: the beginning of inexorable decline as news-on-demand from your laptop supplants repetition on your TV screen? In short, is the entire 24/7 TV genre past its prime?Television industryLarry KingUnited StatesCNNPeter Prestonguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds ラリーキングの観客は36%減、米国のニュース番組も視聴者を失っている

    • I spy: school denies using webcams to keep watch on students
      PHILADELPHIA: A suburban Philadelphia school district accused of secretly switching on laptop computer webcams inside students' homes says it never used webcam images to monitor or discipline students. フィラデルフィア:フィラデルフィア郊外の学。密かに生徒の家の中で、ラップトップコンピュータのwebcam上のスイッチングの疑いか、または規律の学生を監視するカメラ画像を使ったことがないという

    • Tablets appeal but Asia still makes space for laptops
      Tablet computers such as Apple's iPad and Samsung's Galaxy have had a fanfare of publicity, but they are unlikely to kill off their older cousin the laptop anytime soon, Asian analysts and vendors say. Appleの計算された、サムスンの銀河のようなタブレットコンピュータは、広報のファンファーレを持っていたが、彼らはいつでもすぐにラップトップを自分たちのそれ以上の年齢のいとこを殺しそうにされ、アジアのアナリストやベンダーは言う

    • Germany to review Munich airport security breach
      The German government demanded a thorough review Thursday of the Munich airport security breach, which caused hundreds of people to be evacuated on Wednesday. The security breach allowed a man, most likely in his 50s and wearing glasses, to leave the security checkpoint without being stopped for re-checking after his laptop triggered a scanner's alarm, suggesting the computer might conceal possible explosives. However, he successfully boarded a plane and flew away, with his identity and de ... ドイツ政府は、木曜日は、数百人の水曜日に避難される原因は、ミュンヘン空港のセキュリティ違反の徹底的な見直しを求めた

    • Boom at fingertips of touchpad chip firms
      The chipmakers behind the touchpads that are killing off the laptop mouse and the keys on a mobile phone are battling for supremacy in the latest blockbuster gadget - the tablet PC. 携帯電話でラップトップのマウスとキーの覇権のための最新のヒットガジェットで戦っているから殺しているタッチパッド - タブレットPCの後ろにチップメーカー

    • HP tug-of-war continues
      Infuriated faulty laptop users protested loudly outside Hewlett Packard's (HP) headquarters in Beijing Friday afternoon, demanding refunds for computers that overheated and suffered from black screen errors. It was the latest sign of mounting pressure on the global computer maker in the ongoing effort by consumers to receive compensation for prob-lematic HP computers. More than 30 HP customers gathered at the HP tower around 10:30 am to protest against the company's sluggish approaching in ... に怒り不良のラップトップユーザーにエラーが抗議のHewlett Packard社の(HP)は本部の外に大声で北京金曜日の午後、画面の黒から、要求返金for受けたとcomputersその過熱

    • India's $35 tablet: a stalled revolution | Suhasini Sakhare
      India's new $35 tablet needs manufacturing success and demand if it is to revolutionise computer literacy – it has neitherKapil Sibal, India's minister for human resource development, recently announced that Indian scientists had developed a tablet computer that could be manufactured for just $35. The device has been developed primarily for students and is part of the government's ambitious plan to connect 2,5000 Indian colleges with broadband. The thrust is no doubt linked to MIT's 2005 offer to Asia to make available know-how for building $100 laptops. But it needs two critical support struts – manufacturing success and demand – to be successful.On the manufacturing side, the bill of materials currently going into the tablet has come up to $47. This does not include labour, supply chain costs or profit. Even if the government sticks to its current stance of subsidising the product by $15 it is unlikely to retail at $35, let alone the $20 the government eventually hopes to sell it at. Further, a manufacturer has not been chosen yet. The risk with any premature announcement is that it would fizzle out, leaving the government with very little to show. In February 2009, the Indian government announced a $10 tablet, which has not hit the shelves yet. It likely never will.The comparable mobile phone revolution in India was driven not by affordable handsets, but by palpable demand, which led to the effort of building and making available cheap handsets. The Simputer story has shown beyond doubt that mere computation or digital recording ability is not sufficient to create demand in India. The locally developed and open handheld hardware was cheaper than $35, and yet sold a mere 4,000 units in 2005. Today, it has disappeared without a trace. Access to the internet is critical インドの新しい$ 35タブレットは、コンピュータリテラシーを革命である場合製造成功と需要がある - それは最近、インドの科学者は$ 35のために製造される可能性がタブレットコンピュータを開発したと発表したneitherKapil Sibalを、人材開発のためのインドの大臣が

    • Sir Paul Stephenson on DPP's Ian Tomlinon decision
      As the Guardian's network front is reporting the Director of Public Prosecutions has announced that the police officer caught on video striking a man at last year's G20 demonstrations will not face criminal charges. This news came through during this morning's meeting of the Metropolitan Police Authority at City Hall, which I attended. MPA member Toby Harris invited Met commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson to comment on the decision and any lessons the Met had learned about public order policing since the G20 events. Sir Paul would have known a decision was coming, but indicated that he had not received the details (Lord Harris had his laptop open in front of him). Mindful too that the officer concerned might yet face a disciplinary process, Sir Paul restricted his remarks accordingly. Here's what he said: I'll have to make a very brief statement. Ian Tomlinson's death was a very tragic event and of course we all regret it and our sympathies remain with the family. I said at the time and I'm happy to repeat now that I was concerned at some of the video footage and I believed then, and I continue to believe, that it was right that it was independently and robustly investigated and that we would co-operate fully with that investigation, and we have. That was a matter for the IPCC. It is then right and proper that the IPCC refer the matter to the Director of Public Prosecutions. They have done and it's a matter for the Director of Public Prosecutions to make judgements on these matters, not for me. I think it would be entirely inappropriate for me to comment any further on that decision, particularly as there is now he issue of what the coroner decides to do....I note the judgement, presumably there's a coroner's inquest to come.If come on to the learning, Toby, as you'll reca ガーディアンのネットワークのフロントは監督を公訴の報告しているとして、その警察官は、ビデオ、昨年のG20のデモで刑事責任に直面しない男を打つに引っ掛かって発表した

    • Iran nuclear experts race to stop spread of Stuxnet computer worm
      Iran believes virus spread from Russian laptops aims to shut down Bushehr nuclear plantExperts at Iran's nuclear agency are trying to disable a complex computer virus that has attacked the country's industrial sites and appears to be aimed at shutting down its Bushehr nuclear plant, which was due to go online next month.According to the semi-official ISNA news agency, officials at Iran's nuclear agency have met to determine how to combat the computer worm, called Stuxnet, which can take over systems that control the inner workings of industrial plants.The ISNA report said the virus had spread throughout Iran, but did not name the sites affected.Computer security experts who have studied Stuxnet since it emerged two months ago believe it was designed specifically to attack the Siemens-designed working system of the Bushehr plant and appears to have infected the system via the laptops and USB drives of Russian technicians who had been working there.Western experts say the worm's sophistication – and the fact that some 60% of computers infected appeared to be in Iran – pointed to a government-backed attack.Although the worm has turned up in other countries since first appearing in July – including Indonesia and the US – the frequency of its appearance in Iran has suggested the country was the intended victim of the cyber-warfare attack, with some analysts speculating that Israel might be behind it.The Russian-built nuclear plant will be internationally supervised, but world powers remain concerned that Iran wants to use its civil nuclear power programme as a cover for making weapons.While there have been no reports of damage or disruption at any Iranian nuclear facilities, last Tuesday's meeting signalled a high level of concern about the worm among Iran's nuclear official イランはロシアのラップトップからのウイルスの広がりは、イランの。代理店でブシェール原子力plantExpertsをシャットダウンすることを目的と国の産業のサイトを攻撃してきたとしたことによるもののブシェール原子力発電所を、シャットダウンを目指したと思われる複雑なコンピュータウイルスを無効にしようとしていると考えている準公式イスナーの報道機関にオンラインで次のmonth.Accordingを行って、イランの原子力庁の職員は、コンピュータワーム対策を決定するために満たしている、産業plants.Theイスナーの内部動作を制御するシステムを引き継ぐことができますStuxnetと呼ばれる報告書は、ウイルスは、イラン全体に広がると述べたが登場以来、2ヶ月は、ブシェール発電所のシーメンス設計どおりに機能してシステムを攻撃するように特別に設計されて表示されると信じて前Stuxnetを研究しているサイトaffected.Computerセキュリティの専門家が名は明らかにしなかったノートパソコンやthere.Western専門家を働いていたロシアの技術者のUSBドライブを介してシステムに感染しているワームの洗練されたと言う - とコンピュータの約60%は、イランにあるように見えました感染という事実は、 - 政府支援攻撃に指摘した

    • Young patients turn to blogs to make cancer public
      Cancer can be a frightening and isolating illness. Three young people explain how writing a blog helps them to explore their feelings about what it's like to live with the diseaseThe blogosphere is full of young people posting about the latest music, fashion and celebrity trends. Recently though, it has also become a place to explore more serious issues. Below, three young people explain why they are using the web to blog about their battles with cancer. According to the Teenage Cancer Trust, six young people in the UK, aged between 13 and 24, are told they have cancer every day. These blogs show cancer patients writing their own stories, talking openly about the disease and offering an insight into what it's really like dealing with the dreaded c-word everyday.Rosie Kilburn, 18, from GloucestershireI was diagnosed with cancer of the liver on 1 February 2008, a month after my 16th birthday. It was such a shock because no one in my family had cancer and I didn't know anyone who had been affected by it. Also, I thought I was invincible, as everyone my age does.I wrote my first blog post on 25 March 2009 at theknockoneffect.wordpress.com, alongside my online fundraising business. I wanted to tell people that I could talk about cancer easily and that it's fine to ask me questions. I also made my cancer public to show people that I am staying positive throughout my treatment.The blog is a great release for me, especially because I have taken this year out of school and when you have cancer you spend a lot of time waiting around in hospitals. I don't just talk about cancer either, I blog about my day, things that are in the news, films I've been to see and more. I blog from the hospital computers and also from my bed, on my laptop. So far, the response has been brilliant [Ros がんはできる恐ろしい病気を隔離します

    • Microsoft Office 2010 available for consumers
      Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday announced that the latest version of its Office software is now available for consumers worldwide. Starting from Tuesday, consumers can purchase Microsoft Office 2010 at more than 35,000 retail stores across the globe, through online retailers or from Microsoft website. Office 2010 can also be purchased with desktops and laptops from leading personal computer (PC) makers including Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Samsung and Sony, Microsoft said in a press release. ... マイクロソフト社は火曜日に世界発表された同社のOfficeのバージョンが最新の消費者ソフトウェアの入手可能です今火曜日から始まって、消費者は、Office

    • Business Digest
      Beijing's quality control watchdog said an investigation into Hewlett-Packard showed the company sold faulty laptop computers and ignored consumer protection regulations. The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine said on its website that after consumer complaints, it had found several models were affected by defective video cards and display screens. Faulty video cards caused overheating, crashing of computers and black screens on some HP Pavilion DV2000 and Compaq Presario v3000 laptops, the report said. Six models including the HP 541 also had problems with their screens, the findings added. The statement did not say how many computers were affected overall. HP acknowledged the findings and said it was working on a detailed plan to ensure all points were addressed. 北京の品質管理のウォッチドッグヒューレットに調査- Packardは、会社とは無視さ消費者保護規制の障害のあるラップトップコンピュータを販売したと述べた

    • Life would be wonderful if banks were simpler | Ruth Sunderland
      Bob Diamond's remarks demonstrate the urgent need for cultural change in the banking sectorIT MIGHT be a tense flight to this week's G7 meeting for Alistair Darling and Mervyn King. The gathering of central bank governors and finance ministers is being held in Iqaluit, Nunavut – that's in the wilds of Canada – a venue so remote that the UK delegation has chartered a little nine-seater plane.A Treasury minion has been deputed to bring a laptop so the chancellor can watch a DVD, no doubt to avoid being lectured about banking reform by the Bank of England governor. If King were to choose the chancellor's movie, he might go for It's a Wonderful Life, the 1946 weepie starring Jimmy Stewart as the manager of a mutual savings and mortgage bank in small-town America. The film features in a new book by Laurence Kotlikoff, a Boston University professor of economics and advocate of radical banking reform who has gained King's ea.Darling prefers sticking-plaster solutions, such as living wills that would allow failing finance houses to be wound up in a more orderly fashion. But he is on the back foot as a result of Barack Obama's espousal last week of the Volcker rule: that deposit-taking banks should not be able to own hedge funds or private equity operations, or engage in proprietary trading. Bankers are, of course, kicking back: Bob Diamond, the kingpin of investment banking at Barclays, issued a barely veiled threat at Davos that this could disrupt government bond sales.What an extraordinarily arrogant and ungrateful suggestion. Barclays was not bailed out by the government, but it did benefit from an implicit state guarantee and rock-bottom interest rates. Diamond's lack of humility and self-awareness shows exactly why there is an urgent need for cultural and structural chang ボブダイヤモンドの発言は、銀行sectorITかもしれないの文化的な変更のための緊急の必要性ダーリングとキングのため、今週のG7の会議に緊張飛行することを示します


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