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Alvaro Noboa Receives An Award

On Friday, September 10th 2010, a Solemn Ceremony took place in the Isabela Conference Room at one of the most important Hotels of the city, the Hilton Colón Hotel to celebrate 74 years of existence of the Guayaquil Chamber Of Industries. Important personalities and authorities...
Posted On 13 Sep 2010
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Quiroz Made it to the Finals

Roberto Quiroz, Ecuadorian tennis player, almost won two Grand Slam tournaments in the junior doubles category; similar to Nicolás Lapentti in 1994. This young tennis player already won in Roland Garros arena last June, yesterday he made it to the US Open finals. Dulio Beretta,...
Posted On 12 Sep 2010
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New Model for the Ecotouristic Development of Galapagos Islands

QUITO. Ecuadorian Government authorities and representatives of the private sector will participate in the first Maintainable Tourism Summit by the end of the month. They will talk about the implementation of a new model for the ecotouristic development of Galapagos Islands. The...
Posted On 10 Sep 2010
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An Unknown Species of Dinosaur is Discovered in Ecuador

The 125 million years old fossil was found almost in its entirety in Cuenca, Ecuador, at the Las Hoyas deposit. The fossil was found by three Spanish scientists and indicated that the animal was 6 meters long and that probably lived in a subtropical wetland which is now the...
Posted On 10 Sep 2010
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Ecuador Economy Still is One of the Last in the Ranks of the WEF

The annual report of 2010-2011 of the World Economic Forum (WEF) given in Beijing discussed the competitive economies around the globe. Latin American market is lead by Chile followed close by Brazil, Costa Rica and Uruguay. This entity reports confirm the progress obtained in...
Posted On 10 Sep 2010
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Google Saves Your Time

Google has recently introduced a new search feature, Google Instant. According to the company, it improves user experience and allows to save between 2 and 5 seconds in every search. This means more than 3500 million seconds daily and about 11 hours per second when we talk about...
Posted On 10 Sep 2010
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From Physical to Digital: the Main Trend in Newspapers Today

“We Will Stop Printing The New York Times Sometime In The Future”, Arthur Sulzberger Jr., publisher of the New York Times made the remarkable statement in the  WAN-IFRA’s 9th International Newsroom Summit Conference in London on Wednesday. The session in which Sulzberger made the...
Posted On 10 Sep 2010
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Electric Cars do Work

The race for functioning electric cars ended with its technological success however one problem remains: their price. General Motors´ Volt has a cost of $41,000. These prices will force normal motorists to adopt new manufacturing measures. Carmakers now have to create vehicles...
Posted On 10 Sep 2010
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Fidel Castro: “The Cuban Economic Model Does Not Work Anymore”

HAVANA- “The Cuban economic model does not work anymore” said Cuban ex President Fidel Castro in an interview he had with the American journalist Jeffrey Goldberg, who writes for Atlantic Monthly Magazine, last week in Havana. Goldberg asked Castro, 84, about the model of...
Posted On 09 Sep 2010
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Philips DUAL, the QWERTY TV Remote

We live at a time when technology is constantly changing; soon you will be able to watch YouTube videos on an actual TV set. Philips has recently created a multifunctional remote control with a QWERTY keyboard on one side and regular buttons on the other side, so users can surf...
Posted On 08 Sep 2010
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