Thursday, August 25, 2011

Steve Jobs resigns from Apple

Steve Jobs resigns as CEO. The daddy of all the great successes of Apple leaves every operational commitment to Tim Cook to take office as president. Jobs has survived pancreatic cancer and a liver transplant. In a heartfelt letter to shareholders and employees the manager's favorite around the world motivated by the latest generations resigned his state of health.

Russia began to build a tunnel that connects to U.S.

The Russian authorities have given "green light" to a major project: building a 100 km tunnel under the Bering Strait (Russian Far East), reports the newspaper "Times" citing a spokesman for the Chamber of Commerce Russian-British. According to the newspaper, the tunnel was needed to "connect the transport systems of Eurasia and America." To achieve the ambitious project, estimated at 100 billion dollars, Russia must build their part of the tunnel in 2030 by placing approximately 5000 kilometers of tracks.

Final battle of Libya: Gaddafi: I fight until victory or death

Muammar Gaddafi has in the night on Wednesday appealed to the public to dispel the "rats" from the Libyan capital Tripoli. There, his fighters have holed up in various pockets of resistance, of which she took out time and again the opponents of the regime under fire.

Colonel Gaddafi had turned into an audio message to the Libyans, whose authenticity was impossible to verify. He announced to fight until victory over his opponent or to die as martyrs. Previously, the rebel military complex Bab al Azizija had taken, was the headquarters of the Gaddafi.

Libya, the 4 Italian journalists are free

MILAN - The four journalists were freed Italian hostages in Libya on Wednesday morning. Would be taken first in a garage with a small window and then in a private house in Tripoli and from there released and accompanied the rebel-held area. In moments of the kidnapping of the journalists were beaten and robbed of everything: passports, computers, money and satellite phones.

An earthquake of 7 degrees shook Peru's central jungle

Lima. .- The earthquake of 7 magnitude on the Richter scale shook Peru's central jungle, and felt almost everywhere in the country, no casualties or significant damage, police sources told Efe. According to staff Contamana station, closest to the epicenter, the quake "was strong" but there was no "person or property damage." Police said the area, the central jungle of Peru near the border with Brazil, communications are performed only by air and river, but so far there has been no damage to the villages near the epicenter.