Gamers’ world reveals secrets of the next epidemic

Gamers’ world reveals secrets of the next epidemic
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A plague carried around the world by travelers, pets and curious teen-agers may show that experts have not taken everything into account when planning for an outbreak of disease, researchers said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Google reveals stake in Chinese social Web Tianya
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Google Inc revealed on Monday that it had acquired a stake in Chinese community Web site Tianya.cn, indicating a foray by the global search leader into social networking in the world’s second-largest Internet market.[Lees verder]

Website shows urban India shedding divorce stigma
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – A decade ago, getting a divorce in India often made you feel like a social misfit, the odd-one-out at family gatherings, the one with something “wrong”.[Lees verder]

Skype restores service after outage last week
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Internet phone service Skype restored service this weekend after a routine software upgrade left millions of users unhooked since last week.[Lees verder]

Gamers’ world reveals secrets of the next epidemic
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A plague carried around the world by travelers, pets and curious teen-agers may show that experts have not taken everything into account when planning for an outbreak of disease, researchers said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Google reveals stake in Chinese social Web Tianya
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Google Inc revealed on Monday that it had acquired a stake in Chinese community Web site Tianya.cn, indicating a foray by the global search leader into social networking in the world’s second-largest Internet market.[Lees verder]

Website shows urban India shedding divorce stigma
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – A decade ago, getting a divorce in India often made you feel like a social misfit, the odd-one-out at family gatherings, the one with something “wrong”.[Lees verder]

Skype restores service after outage last week
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Internet phone service Skype restored service this weekend after a routine software upgrade left millions of users unhooked since last week.[Lees verder]

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