Skype issues continue

MADRID .- The communications company Skype announced today the continuing problems that have caused millions of users around the world to lack access to their service. “Our engineers and operations team are working tirelessly to return things to normal,” the company said on its Twitter account. Skype stated on their blog yesterday through his spokesman, […]
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Venezuelan Parliament approved controversial law university

The opposition rejects the law because it eliminates university autonomy. The Higher Education Act was passed in another marathon session of the National Assembly, which also approved the final hours, a reform of the rules of debate that reduced the number of sessions and removed the parliamentary groups, which the opposition considered “a coup” to […]
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Google delays its ‘Google TV’ service

Google has asked some producers to delay the launch of Google Tv television receivers from the software-based Internet company, stated The Wall Street Journal. TVs with Google’s software allow users to surf the web from their devices. Google reached out to some hardware manufacturers last week asking them not to announce additional products yet, saying […]
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Tap water in several parts of the U.S. with carcinogenic chemical

This was revealed by a study by an environmental group, reported The Washington Post. The Environmental Working Group study, the first nationwide that measures the presence of hexavalent chromium in U.S. water systems, will be published in full on Monday, the newspaper said. The organization found hexavalent chromium in the water from the tap in […]
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U.S. complains over lack of pressure on Cuba on Human Rights, according to WikiLeaks

There are also complaints on measures that prevent foreign official visitors to meet with Cuban dissidents. United States regrets that most of the countries that have relations with Cuba fail to apply pressure on the human rights issue, according to a cable from its diplomats in Havana, revealed WikiLeaks. The report of the Interests Section […]
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Nissan Leaf starts sales in the U.S.

Nissan is a milestone in automotive history with the delivery of the first serially produced electric car of the brand, the Leaf, a resident of the Bay of San Francisco, who bought it and since last Monday became the first person U.S. to purchase a vehicle at a dealership with this type of propulsion. Chalouhi […]
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