Monday, November 29, 2010
- 1 Back then
- 2 What is happening Now
- 3 WON TUMBLES
- 4 "UNBELIEVABLE"
The Korean War (1950–armistice, 1953) was a military conflict between the Republic of Korea, supported by the United Nations, and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea which was supported by People's Republic of China (PRC), and with air support from the Soviet Union. The war began on 25 June 1950 and an armistice was signed on 27 July 1953. The war was a result of the political division of Korea by agreement of the victorious Allies at the conclusion of the Pacific War. The Korean peninsula had been ruled by Japan from 1910 until the end of World War II. In 1945, following the surrender of Japan, American administrators divided the peninsula along the …
Sunday, November 21, 2010
A view of the townRiots in the town of Salt in Jordan have ended. The violence followed the shooting of a man at a police roadblock; 34 have been arrested over the riots, as has the policeman who pulled the trigger.
—Police spokesman 25-year-old Suleiman Khreisat was shot in the head on Wednesday and remains in critical condition; according to police, his car appeared suspicious, as it had no licence plates and broken windows. A police major gave chase after Khreisat allegedly failed to stop and shot him; he is now detained for use of excessive force against a civilian.
"Salt residents wanted to know who shot their townsman, demanding that police identify him so that they could take revenge," added Lieutenant Colonel…
Sunday, November 21, 2010
In items like camera memory cards, flash memory is a ho-hum commodity. But when it comes to building flash directly into a computer, the disruption is probably just beginning.
That's why I find Fusion-io an intriguing company.
Fusion-io builds flash memory onto PCI Express cards that plug into server expansion slots, letting customers move beyond hard drives' physical enclosures and SATA interface. That means data can be written and read faster overall, in part because SATA has worse overhead--in other words, bandwidth that must be used to run the communication protocol rather than for the actual data being read or written.
The Salt Lake City start-up isn't the only PCIe storage maker in the market--Texas Memory Solut…
Monday, November 22, 2010
European bank shares fell again on Monday as news of an €80bn-€90bn bail-out for Ireland failed to ease fears of a deepening sovereign debt crisis across the eurozone.
Politicians in Portugal, Spain and the UK have been at pains in recent weeks to distinguish the challenges facing their domestic banking industries from the catastrophic losses suffered by Ireland’s leading lenders amid the fallout from a property-fuelled boom-and-bust.
EDITOR’S CHOICEBail-out seen as ‘backstop’ for troubled banks - Nov-22.Spanish banks eye wholesale expansion - Nov-22.In depth: European banks - Nov-16.. But they have yet to dispel concerns about the exposure of Europe’s highly interdependent banking system to Irish debt, as well as th…