Sarkozy “get lost” video becomes Internet hit

Sarkozy “get lost” video becomes Internet hit
PARIS (Reuters) – A video of French President Nicolas Sarkozy telling a bystander to “get lost” has become a hit on the Internet.[Lees verder]

From tips to clicks: restaurants try e-menus
Restaurants in Europe, the United States and Japan are testing technology to let diners order their food direct from a screen at their table instead of depending on a fellow human being to note their choice — sometimes grumpily or erroneously.[Lees verder]

Pakistan orders Youtube blocked over cartoons
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistan ordered local Internet service providers to block access to the popular Youtube Web site because of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad that have outraged many Muslims, an industry official said on Sunday.[Lees verder]

Ryanair reopens online booking site after upgrade
DUBLIN (Reuters) – Ryanair has reopened its online reservation system after an upgrade originally scheduled to last until late on Monday, though it still expected some minor glitches for a few days, it said on Sunday.[Lees verder]

Sarkozy “get lost” video becomes Internet hit
PARIS (Reuters) – A video of French President Nicolas Sarkozy telling a bystander to “get lost” has become a hit on the Internet.[Lees verder]

From tips to clicks: restaurants try e-menus
Restaurants in Europe, the United States and Japan are testing technology to let diners order their food direct from a screen at their table instead of depending on a fellow human being to note their choice — sometimes grumpily or erroneously.[Lees verder]

Pakistan orders Youtube blocked over cartoons
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistan ordered local Internet service providers to block access to the popular Youtube Web site because of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad that have outraged many Muslims, an industry official said on Sunday.[Lees verder]

Ryanair reopens online booking site after upgrade
DUBLIN (Reuters) – Ryanair has reopened its online reservation system after an upgrade originally scheduled to last until late on Monday, though it still expected some minor glitches for a few days, it said on Sunday.[Lees verder]