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Target to cut several thousand jobs
US retail giant Target plans to cut several thousand jobs as it tries to slash $2bn (£1.3bn) in costs over the next two years.
[BBC News Americas]

VIDEO: The robot that can play the violin
A retired engineer in the USA has created a 'kinetic sculpture' that can replicate digital files and play them on a violin.

US pushes back on Venezuela's order to slash embassy staff
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) " The United States on Tuesday pushed back against Venezuela's demand for a dramatic cut in the American diplomatic mission in Caracas.During a rare meeting Monday with the top American diplomat in Caracas,...
[ - world]

Net neutrality is like free speech – and the internet needs rules, says FCC boss
Tom Wheeler tells the world’s largest telecoms trade show ‘there needs to be a referee’ even as European officials propose fast lanes that don’t impair traffic The US’s top media regulator hit back at critics of new net neutrality rules voted into law last week, comparing them to the first amendment (...)
[The Guardian]

Russians bid farewell to Nemtsov
Thousands of Russians bid farewell to murdered Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov during his funeral in the capital Moscow.
[BBC News Europe]

EU-US trade deal text leaked to BBC
A leaked draft of what the European Union wants excluded from a new trade deal with the United States is obtained by the BBC.
[BBC News Europe]

666Bet and Metric Gaming Enter Licensing Agreement
26 February 2015, Las Vegas, USA (Press Release) -- Sports wagering software and services specialist Metric Gaming and the fast-growing 666BET, which is quickly establishing itself as one of the major online betting operators in the UK, today announced a licensing agreement to incorporate (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

5G researchers achieve record speed
Scientists researching 5G at the University of Surrey achieve data connection many thousands of times faster than the average 4G.

5G researchers achieve record speed
Scientists researching 5G at the University of Surrey achieve data connection many thousands of times faster than the average 4G.
[BBC News]

Cisco Lights Path to Greater Road Safety, Fewer Traffic Headaches
With more than one billion vehicles worldwide on the road triggering billions of hours of traffic congestion (including more than five billion hours of travel delay each year in the United States alone), a majority of private and public stakeholders rank transportation as the infrastructure (...)
[WebWire Electronic components]

Canon U.S.A. Improves Upon Performance, Operability And Usability With New HJ24ex7.5B Broadcast ENG Lens
Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, announced today the launch of the Canon HDTV Zoom Lens HJ24ex7.5Bi, an affordable, high-quality portable telephoto HD lens for high-end Electronic News Gathering (ENG) applications. As the successor to the Canon HJ22ex, one of the (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

Banking trojan Dyreza generating 'tens of thousands' of malicious emails a day
Security firm warns that customers of NatWest, Barclays, HSBC and other British banks are being targeted by JavaScript malware British customers of banks including NatWest, Barclays and HSBC are being targeted by a wave of malicious emails attempting to install the Dyreza malware on their (...)
[The Guardian]

World’s first compact rotary 3-D printer-scanner
The the world's first compact 3-D printer that can also scan items into digitized models. will be delivered to the United States in March. This user-friendly device allows users without much knowledge of 3-D software to scan any item, then edit the digitized model on the computer and print it (...)
[Science daily]

Police shut 2,000 'fake goods' sites
Two thousand websites selling fake luxury goods have been removed by UK police since the start of the year.

Messaline, la putain impériale
Epouse dépravée de l’empereur Claude, qui fut accusée d’avoir secrètement divorcé de son époux pour convoler en secondes noces avec son amant et finit tragiquement poignardée, lle incarnera désormais, pour la postérité, comme Julie, Agrippine, ou plus tard Théodora, la figure par excellence de la (...)
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