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Kannjawou
Cinq jeunes gens à l'orée de l'âge adulte rêvent en vain d'avenir dans le misérable quartier de la rue de l'Enterrement, proche du grand cimetière où même les morts doivent lutter pour se trouver une place. Confrontés à la violence des rapports sociaux et aux dégâts causés par des décennies d'occupation (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

Black cabs bring London to a halt in Uber protest – video
Thousands of London’s traditional black taxis bring the streets around Westminster to a standstill during a protest against car-sharing service Uber and government pressure on their regulatory body on Wednesday. Len Martin from the United Cabbies Group says Uber needs to be subject to the same (...)
[The Guardian]

La planète Nemausa
Ce livre de souvenirs est placé sous le signe d'une planète, la planète Nemausa, découverte par un certain Laurent, astronome nîmois, mort noyé par suicide. Sombre début, sombre titre pour un homme clairvoyant. Le jeune Christian, lui-même nîmois, enfant solitaire de parents fonctionnaires à la (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

A big phone works for everyone but you
But in bounding after large screens, phone makers seemed to ignore the usability issues that accompany them. Small studies have shown before that 4.3 inches is about as big as a phone can get before people start struggling to use it. The time to operate the phone slows down significantly (...)
[OSNews]

'No police role' in student's death
Egypt's interior minister rejects accusations that security forces were involved in the killing of an Italian student in Cairo.
[BBC News Europe]

Thousands flock to 'malware museum'
An online archive of old computer viruses attracts more than 100,000 visitors in its first four days.
[BBC News]

Thousands flock to 'malware museum'
An online archive of old computer viruses attracts more than 100,000 visitors in its first four days.
[BBC]

New refugee camps go up inside Syria
Turkish aid workers set up tents and distribute supplies for thousands of new Syrian refugees kept from entering Turkey at the border.
[BBC News Europe]

Virgin Mobile USA Pioneers Launch The First Mobile Service Built For 54 Million in The Gig Economy
New York, NY - Today, Mast , the mobile carrier building a communications platform for modern enterprises, is launching a service exclusively for the 54 million Americans who power the growing on-demand workforce. Welcome to the gig economy, where now more than one in three employed Americans (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

Virgin Mobile USA Pioneers Launch The First Mobile Service Built For 54 Million in The Gig Economy
New York, NY - Today, Mast , the mobile carrier building a communications platform for modern enterprises, is launching a service exclusively for the 54 million Americans who power the growing on-demand workforce. Welcome to the gig economy, where now more than one in three employed Americans (...)
[WebWire Telecommunications]

Virgin Mobile USA Pioneers Launch The First Mobile Service Built For 54 Million in The Gig Economy
New York, NY - Today, Mast , the mobile carrier building a communications platform for modern enterprises, is launching a service exclusively for the 54 million Americans who power the growing on-demand workforce. Welcome to the gig economy, where now more than one in three employed Americans (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

North Korea's planned rocket launch angers US, South Korea and Japan
Japanese prime minister condemns ‘serious provocation’ and Washington demands tougher sanctions for defying UN resolutions The United States, South Korea and Japan have condemned North Korean plans to launch a rocket carrying a satellite – a further major breach of UN resolutions following a (...)
[The Guardian]

VIDEO: Meet Phil the psychic groundhog
Thousands of people in the Pennsylvanian town of Punxsutawney have been celebrating Groundhog Day, alongside a groundhog who predicts when winter will end.
[BBC News Americas]

FleetMind grows USA management team with western regional sales director
MONTREAL, Canada – January 26, 2016 - FleetMind Solutions, Inc., award-winning technology leader for fleet management solutions, announced today the addition of Mr. Terry Scholl to its ranks as Regional Sales Director in the western USA. Terry joins FleetMind with a 15-year background in (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Bus lanes to open for electric cars
Electric car drivers will be allowed to travel in bus lanes as part of plans to boost usage of low-emission vehicles in England.
[BBC]

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