In Libya, the Egyptian embassy worker kidnapped

In Tripoli, the Libyan embassy staff member abducted in Egypt, according to Reuters . Egyptian was on Friday, January 24, abducted by armed men from his home in Tripoli, the Libyan Foreign Ministry officials said. Libya's Foreign Ministry is making all possible efforts for the release of kidnapped Egyptian, they reported, adding that the Egyptian embassy security will be strengthened. In...

Review Olympus Stylus 1: advanced compact new formation

Compact market inexorably and quickly falls , the cornerstone of photographic equipment sales under pressure from smartphones staggered went foundation cracks. Camera manufacturers are forced to look for other ways to earn , do not bet on more expensive models , and representation on the world advanced compacts and mirrorless cameras (not trying to stick their noses in the...

Review ASUS Transformer Book T100: First Transformer with new processor Intel Bay Trail

Bundle tablet and a separate unit with keyboard exists in the mobile market is already long enough, so that users are accustomed to such a combination. Perhaps none of the producers did not issue such a variety of hybrid devices like the ASUS. Now we have another combination of the combined device, when you can get an alternative to...

Singer Shakira opened the mysteries of the future album

So, according to the singer, the album will be called "Shakira". This was the singer announced on his official page on Facebook. It should be noted that the release of records scheduled for March 25, 2014. The choice of such a simple at first glance the name due to the fact that while working on the record singer combine different styles,...

Nadal beat Federer and reached the final of Australian Open

Background Spaniard Rafael Nadal and Swiss Roger Federer has nearly ten-year history. The first time their paths crossed in 2004 at a tournament in Miami, where the winner was then 18-year-old boy, and now top-ranked Nadal. Since then, 34 times rivals have met each other. Bigger rival in these duels succeeded Spaniard, who won 24 of the match. The next,...

Microsoft has developed a “smart” lift

Microsoft continues to test "smart" appliances that could facilitate all our lives. Following bra, saving from overeating, it announced the development of "smart" lift, which can independently choose a desired passenger floor. The development of "smart" passenger elevator research unit engaged Microsoft Research. The project involves artificial intelligence - a special self-learning system with multiple sensors, microphones and cameras. With...

On the Internet a soundtrack to a film Arcade Fire “Her”

Soundtrack to Spike Jonze's "Her" created by Canadian band Arcade Fire, wholly laid on the Web. All 13 tracks can be listened to online. Authors soundtrack became Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler and Canadian composer and multi-instrumentalist Owen Palette, speaking under the pseudonym of Final Fantasy. For the music for the film "Her" the authors were nominated for "Oscar". Previously director...

Johnny Knoxville about tricks, filming with a hidden camera and a nomination for “Oscar”

A major role in it played the Johnny Knoxville - Actor (it would be better to say stuntman) known to a wider audience the series "Jackass." This time, he plays the old man, whom circumstances force to travel to America in company with a young grandson. "Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa" - the first draft of Knoxville, not just tricks...

What happed with Eurovision 2014 after a massive failure of the participating countries?

For popular Eurovision Song Contest difficult times. Before the final show in Copenhagen still nearly four months, and 12 countries have refused to participate. The main reason - the reluctance to spend money on an impressive participation fees and the preparation of the contestant from their country. Were the first to break away miniature countries like Luxembourg and Andorra. Then...

For you are already flying

Why combine motorists in Europe and America Earlier this week, the front pages of German newspapers were full of headlines about the scandal in one of the largest non-governmental organizations in the country - an all-German Automobile Club (ADAC). Articles about fraud during the vote for the best car of the year eclipsed all other news stories. "Lenta.ru," tried to...