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Microsoft Sold 1.5 Million Mobile Phones

The mobile operating software from Microsoft “Windows Phone 7” has sold 1.5 million units since its launch, six weeks ago. Analysts believe that this is the last chance for Microsoft to establish a greater presence in the market that it is already taken by Apple and...
Posted On 21 Dec 2010
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Hispanics Increase at US

The last U.S. census reveals that the Hispanic population has increased, especially in southern states, where has been an increase of 14 million people in the last ten years. In the West there has been a population growth of 8.7 million. According to the initial estimates of the...
Posted On 21 Dec 2010
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New Law in Hungary Could Silence Journalists

The Hungarian Parliament approved a reform of the media; it allows Viktor Orbane (Prime Minister of the Republic of Hungary) to have extensive control over all organs of information. This has raised criticism of the media not only in Hungary, and ...
Posted On 21 Dec 2010
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Assange Writes his Memoirs About Wikileaks

Julian Assange became infamous after revealing classified information of the United States diplomatic documents. Currently the WikiLeaks founder plans to reveal information about himself through his own memoirs. This matter became official after Julian signed a contrac...
Posted On 21 Dec 2010
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Tsunami Alert in Japan

The tsunami alert declared at Japan’s Ogasawara Islands, in southern Japan, after a violent earthquake of magnitude 7.4 in the Pacific Ocean has been reduced to the level of “simple warning” because the waves do not exceed the 50 inches, according to the...
Posted On 21 Dec 2010
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Espinel Added to the List of Guilty Bankers

Ministry of Agriculture, Ramon Espinel Martinez, has been added to the list of former bankers that are supposed to be responsible for the financial system bankrupt that began on 1998. State newspaper “El Telégrafo” based his information thanks to the initiative of the...
Posted On 21 Dec 2010
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Vanguardia Will Circulate in January

The Trusteeship “CFN-AGD No más impunidad” stopped the circulation of the magazine this month. Journalistic activities are not possible since the day of the incident because of the lack of working tools. However, the journalists have been using their personal belongings to...
Posted On 21 Dec 2010
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Apple Removed Wikileaks App from Its Store

According to a PC Magazine publication, a WikiLeaks App that was submitted to Apple’s App Store on December 11th and approved for sale on December 17th at $1.99. The app itself included auto-forward to a WikiLeaks mirror site, full access to the WikiLeaks Web site, access to...
Posted On 21 Dec 2010
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Internet Would be Controlled in Venezuela

Yesterday Venezuela’s National Assembly approved the law reform on Social Responsibility in Radio and Television (Resorte) in order to include electronic media to the bans. President Hugo Chávez has to rectify the text and publish it in the official Gazette in order to...
Posted On 21 Dec 2010
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First Case of Dengue Fever Detected

A 15-year-old girl who was admitted ten days ago in the women’s room of the Hospital of Infectious Diseases José Daniel Rodríguez Maridueña, is the first reported case of positive dengue fever. Symptoms of dengue include fever, chills, abdominal pain and pain behin...
Posted On 21 Dec 2010
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