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How to be a soccer fan in the age of austerity
GDANSK - Couch-surfing, a junk-food diet, bootleg kits, budget flights at punishing hours, and above all enough passion for the beautiful game to remind yourself why you endure this.
With Siri and new alliances, Apple takes on Google search
SAN FRANCISCO - When Apple Inc sends out its coveted invitations to major events, one CEO has always been making the guest list of late: Jeremy Stoppelman.
Bike riding through London: New Olympic challenge
LONDON - Like a runner or a swimmer, you would need to be physically fit. Like a goalie or a boxer, you should be prepared for close calls. But if you are coming to London’s Summer Olympics — and you have what it takes — using a bicycle could be a great option in a city bracing for gridlock.
G-20 will produce plan for global growth
LOS CABOS, Mexico - The leaders of the world’s largest economies will portray themselves on Tuesday as united behind efforts to boost growth and job creation in order to repair a fragile global economy roiled by fears over the European financial crisis, according to a draft of the statement to be released at the end of the Group of 20 annual meeting.
Europe faces daunting challenges despite Greek vote
BRUSSELS - The victory of a pro-bailout party in Athens gives EU leaders space to act against the eurozone crisis but they still face huge challenges over Greece and Spain, over growth and on EU integration.
China’s space mission shows growing ambitions
BEIJING - China’s latest space mission is its most ambitious yet and shows Beijing’s resolve to increase its technological capabilities and bridge the gap with the United States and Russia, experts say.
Microsoft users struggle with Windows redesign
As Microsoft Corp prepares to show the world what its new Windows 8 can do on the next generation of high-powered tablets, initial reviews of the new operating system on existing hardware underscore the challenges the company faces with the radical redesign of its flagship product.
Gold reserves low in Asian central banks
LONDON - The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) noted in its June 2012 Quarterly Review that “central bank balance sheets in emerging Asia expanded rapidly over the past decade because of the unprecedented rise in foreign reserve assets”.
Aging Microsoft lures young tech idealists
SEATTLE - The young interns, some of the nation’s best and brightest in technology, business and design, had plenty of enthusiastic words to describe their summer employer.
Apple maps a path to mobile throne
SAN FRANCISCO - Apple is mapping a path to the throne of the Internet age mobile lifestyle.
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