China Shuts Down Beijing to Ensure APEC Success At least for now, thanks to tough traffic controls and orders for polluting factories to shut down. Beijing's city government even created an APEC holiday that closes public schools and state-run businesses, encouraging some of the 20 million residents to ... 11/5/2014 - 3:10 pm | View Link
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Trendsetting computers that set the bar in 2014
The iMac adds a stunning 5K display for not much more than last year’s high-end model.
The design, while not updated, remains the gold standard for all-in-one desktops.
Except for the new screen and a different GPU, the components are essentially unchanged from last year’s version.
Apple skips 4K and goes directly to what the company calls a 5K display in this expensive, extravagant all-in-one iMac desktop that will appeal to photo and video professionals — or anyone else looking for the best possible screen resolution.
A new kickstand makes it easier to set up and use, and the keyboard cover remains a best-in-class example.
The Surface Pro 3 is now optimized for a digital pen, which is included.
The chassis lacks pen storage, and even with tweaked kickstand and keyboard hinges, the Surface Pro 3 doesn’t fit perfectly on the lap.
While this is Microsoft’s best PC to date, it’s more successful as a tablet than a laptop replacement.
The high-resolution screen looks fantastic, and the hybrid design still works great as a laptop.
The compact Alpha plays a huge library of PC games in a living-room-friendly format, and it works with a standard Xbox 360 controller.
The custom user interface is slow and clunky, and the base configuration is underpowered for long-term use.
Alpha makes good on many parts of its promise to meld the gaming PC and living-room game console, but there are still too many rough edges to make this a true console killer.
The following Cnet staff contributed to this report: section editor Dan Ackerman and senior editor Laura K.
It's not looking good for The Interview. The film, which saw its release canceled in the wake of the epic Sony Pictures hack and subsequent terror threats from the hackers, may not appear on the screen of any theater for a very long time. President Barack Obama weighed in on the matter Friday, saying it was a "mistake" for Sony to pull the release of the film.
ON DECEMBER 22nd an odd couple —Nicaragua's left-wing government and a Chinese-born telecoms magnate — say they will begin the realisation of a dream that has captivated Nicaraguans for generations: the construction of an inter-oceanic canal to rival Panama's. Join the conversation about this story »
Los Angeles (AFP) - The devastating cyberattack on Sony Pictures could see the Hollywood studio lose hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue and incur massive recovery costs, experts say. The cancellation of "The Interview," which President Barack Obama called a "mistake," has significantly escalated the potential losses of last month's hack, Hemanshu Nigam of the SSP Blue cybersecurity consultancy told AFP. In all, he said, the crisis would lead to "a loss of income of $500 million."The film about a fictional CIA plot to assassinate North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un angered Pyongyang, which called it a "terrorist act."On November 24, Sony suffered a cyberattack claimed by a group calling itself the Guardians of Peace (GOP).
Building a commercial airplane is a monumental task. It takes around 4,000 really smart engineers over 7 years of planning to make one of those flying tubes with countless experts testing and re-testing each individual part (and there are 2.65 million parts in an Airbus A350). This video shows you how they make one of these.
California State University Sacramento has hired a new dean for its College of Business Administration. Pierre Balthazard, a business school dean at St. Bonaventure University in New York, will assume the post on Feb. 2.
Balthazard studies "the neuroscience of leadership" and says he has identified the areas of the brain that make someone a leader.