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01-30-2015 Science&Technology
Virtual reality content on offer to airline passengers

First-class passengers flying between Australia and the US will soon be able to watch content via a virtual reality headset, airline Qantas has announced.

In the first tie-up of its kind, the airline has teamed up with Samsung to provide the headsets for in-flight entertainment.

The Samsung Gear VR headsets will show a variety of tailored content.

Experts have questioned how much content will be available and what the impact on fellow passengers might be.

Qantas said the headset would offer new experiences for passengers.

"Whether the user wants a virtual tour of our new Los Angeles First Lounge or to experience an A380 landing from the tarmac, this technology gives us a completely new way to connect with our customers," said Qantas group executive Olivia Wirth.

"It's also a fantastic tool to feature our network's destinations, inspiring travel and promoting tourism."

She also promised "the virtual worlds of favourite Hollywood blockbusters," although it is unclear how much film content is currently available in the format.

Qantas said that it was working with production company Jaunt to develop more content for the device.

Ben Wood, director of research at the telecoms consultancy CCS Insight, said that getting good content would be the biggest challenge for Qantas.

He was also not convinced that an aircraft was the best place for virtual reality.

"I couldn't think of anything worse than sitting next to someone wearing this on a plane," he said.

"They would be fidgeting, looking behind them - it would drive me mad."

He also questioned how safe the experience would be.

"It is such an immersive experience, people would be completely unaware of what is going on around them and presumably it would not be linked in to the in-flight safety announcements."

Initially the trial will last for three months and will be made available to customers on certain flights between Australia and Los Angeles from mid-March. The headsets will also be available in the first-class lounges at Sydney and Melbourne airports, from February.

Source: BBC

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01-30-2015 Business
Apple draws level with Samsung as biggest smartphone maker

The popularity of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus helped Apple to catch up with Samsung in sales in the last quarter of 2014, research shows.

The two companies have been locked in a battle for the top spot since 2011, when Samsung’s Galaxy S line of smartphones helped the South Korean group to steal the crown of the world’s biggest smartphone maker from Apple.

Neil Mawston, executive director at the research company Strategy Analytics, said Apple sold 74.5m smartphones worldwide, giving it a record 20% market share in the three months to 31 December, up from 18% the previous year. That means Apple tied with Samsung as largest smartphone vendor for the first time since the same quarter in 2011.

Samsung also sold 74.5m smartphones for a 20% market share – a significant fall from the 30% market share and 86m smartphones sold in the final quarter of 2013, according to the Strategy Analytics data.

The company’s mobile phone division has struggled, with profits collapsing to 1.96tn won (£1.18bn) in the period, from 5.47tn won in 2013. However, Samsung remained the top smartphone maker for 2014 as a whole, selling 317.2m devices.

Smartphone domination

Apple sold 192.7m iPhones in 2014, up from 153.4m the previous year. In contrast with Samsung’s sales, which include mid-tier and budget models as well as flagship devices, Apple’s flagship-only strategy has resulted in high margins at volume, which was reflected in this week’s record quarterly profits.

Together Apple and Samsung dominate the global smartphone market, with a 40% share. But both are facing increasing pressure from Chinese rivals including Xiaomi – referred to as China’s Apple by analysts – whose sales in China put it in third position globally in the third quarter of 2014.

“Samsung continues to face intense competition from Apple at the higher end of the smartphone market, from Huawei in the middle tiers, and from Xiaomi and others at the entry level,” Mawston said. “Samsung may soon have to consider taking over rivals, such as BlackBerry, in order to revitalise growth this year.”

Lenovo’s merger with Motorola left the joint company with 6% of the global smartphone marketshare in the fourth quarter, making it the third-largest manufacturer at the expense of Xiaomi. “Lenovo is hoping to leverage Motorola’s famous brand to drive global scale this year and to offset some of Lenovo’s recently weakening smartphone growth at home in China,” said Woody Oh, director at Strategy Analytics.

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Source: The Guardian

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01-30-2015 Politics
‘Australia is under attack by Islamic State’

MAN Haron Monis walked into the Lindt Cafe in Martin Place in the Sydney CBD at 8.33am one morning last month, wearing a white T-shirt, black jacket and a baseball cap. A sawn-off pump-action shotgun lay concealed inside either the black backpack or blue plastic bag he was carrying.

Monis, a self-styled Islamic cleric, ordered and ate a piece of chocolate cake and drank some tea. He then moved tables, to one where he could see everyone inside­ the cafe.

About 30 minutes later, Monis asked to speak to the manager, Tori Johnson.

Johnson’s colleagues saw him looking stressed. He then quietly told another colleague: “I need you to go get the keys from my offic­e and lock the doors. We’re closed. Everything is OK. Tell the staff to be calm.”

Only then did Monis put on a bandanna, pull out the shotgun and stand up, saying: “This is an attack, I have a bomb.”

The details of what happened in the 17 hours that followed, ending in the deaths of Johnson, barrister Katrina Dawson and Monis, were revealed yesterday at the opening of an inquest into their killing.

“These events have precipit­ated an outpouring of emotion: anguish, anger, resentment and even despair,” NSW Coroner Mich­ael Barnes said. “The protracted nature of the siege, its morbid suspense and the explos­ive climax must have made manifold the grief of the families of the hostages who died.”

Inside the Lindt Cafe on ­December 15, Monis ordered his 17 hostages to stand together against one wall, the inquest heard, before forcing several to hold a black “Islamic-type” flag against the window looking out onto Martin Place.

At 9.44am, Johnson was made to call triple-0, telling the operator Monis was pointing a gun at him and passing on the message that “Australia is under attack by Islamic State”. There is in fact no evidence that Monis had contacted the terrorist group before carry­ing out his attack, the inquest heard. He also lied about having a bomb on him and about having planted a number of radio-controlled bombs in Martin Place and at nearby Circular Quay and on George Street.

That phone call lasted 12 minutes. Police were on the scene by 9.51am. At 10.07am, the specialist Tactical Operations Unit was on its way. Under the watch of snipers positioned in office­ buildings around the cafe, a grim stalemate began.

There was no fixed CCTV camera inside the Lindt Cafe to record what happened next, the inquest heard, although there are some sound and film recordings from inside. Hundreds of hours of material including these recordings, text messages, phone calls and social-media posts will form part of the evidence to be tendered to the inquest.

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Source: The Australian

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01-30-2015 Science&Technology
No CHOICE but to ‘HideMyAss’ for global content access?

Consumer advocates Choice magazine has released its research on which VPN service it thinks is best for privacy protection while browsing the Internet and opening up access to geo-restricted content like ‘The Daily Show’.

If you’re looking to access content that’s blocked from those not in the US, the UK or other countries, one way of getting it is by using a VPN - virtual private networking software.

Choice spokesperson Tom Godfrey says: “Businesses use all sorts of tricks to try to keep Australian consumers out of overseas stores. A VPN unlocks a world of options and savings.

“VPNs have a range of uses. They can help you secure your internet connection and hide the data you send and receive online. This helps you keep your personal information private.”

Choice released a copy of its paid research in a link for people to read, which as of now is open to anyone to look at, and while Choice hasn’t said anything about restricting access to the research in the future, it’s probably worth having a look now if you’re interested.

The consumer advocates looked at 12 of what is says is the most popular VPN services, ‘ranking them based on their ease of use and performance’.

The top 3 VPNs are HideMyAss, PureVPN and VyprVPN, while the others are CyberGhost VPN, ExpressVPN, IPVanish, OverPlay, privateinternetaccess, TorGuard, TunnelBear and VPNSecure.

However, as Fairfax Media points out, TorrentFreak says HideMyAss keeps extensive logs on user activity, with TorrentFreak’s own guide to the most private VPNs due next month (February 2015).

Even so, Choice makes the observations that a reliable VPN service can:

  • Protect people from identity theft when using risky public networks, like unsecured café Wi-Fi.
  • Open up opportunities for savvy consumers to seek out better shopping deals from international retailers.
  • Give TV lovers the ability to access streamed content from overseas that is blocked for Australian viewers.

Choice’s Tom Godfrey adds: “Consumers shouldn’t be locked in to a bad deal just because they live in Australia.

“Australian consumers want to be able to purchase things at a reasonable price, and access the products that are available in other countries. Using a VPN service is like being given the keys to the global marketplace, with all of its competitive benefits.”

“With the launch of new streaming services and a falling dollar, we are starting to see more affordable streaming and video on demand services in Australia. This is a great win for consumers. However, people don’t need to be locked in to local options if it doesn’t suit them. There’s a global marketplace available with the help of VPNs.

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01-30-2015 Business
Alibaba vows to fight fakes - and China's government

Billionaire entrepreneur Jack Ma, who practices China's traditional martial art tai chi, has delivered fighting talk this week as his Internet giant, Alibaba, boldly moves to counter strong criticism by the Chinese government of its operations that has hurt its share price.

Wednesday, Ma promised to establish a 300-person "fake-fighting special operations battalion" to join thousands of Alibaba employees the firm says are already engaged in the struggle against counterfeit goods on Alibaba's hyper-popular online marketplaces, Taobao and Tmall.

Counterfeits are not made by Taobao, which provides a platform for independent, often tiny retailers, but the company has a responsibility to fight this scourge together with the whole of society, Ma said in a statement on Taobao's official Weibo account, a micro-blog service like Twitter, which is banned in China.

At the same time, Alibaba is challenging a recently issued report by the State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) that accused the firm of multiple illegal activities, including bribery and allowing the sale of fake and forbidden goods. During its inspection last year, the industry watchdog found just 19 of 51 items bought on were genuine.

"Alibaba hasn't paid enough attention to illegal operations on its platform and hasn't effectively alleviated the situation," said the SAIC in a report, whose public issue was delayed for months to avoid affecting the firm's NYSE listing. "Alibaba faces not only the biggest credibility crisis since its founding, but also casts a negative influence for other e-commerce operators," it said.

In response, Alibaba intends to file a formal complaint accusing the SAIC's lead inspector of procedural misconduct, the company said on Sina Weibo Wednesday. SAIC director Liu Hongliang showed "irrational enforcement of the law" and reached a "biased conclusion," said the firm.

The public spat is highly unusual in China, where authorities have often praised Alibaba as an innovative, private-sector leader, and most companies keep their complaints behind closed doors for fear of upsetting powerful government bodies. Many Chinese appear to be relishing the confrontation.

"Commercial Aircraft Carrier versus the Power Center, the 2015 new year movie blockbuster officially comes out!" joked Zhang Xiao, an employee at telecom firm Xiaomi, on Sina Weibo. "In China, the entrepreneurs will just follow the orders from the government, they could never win the battle," wrote Shi Libin, a manager at a Beijing film company. "Is this a breakthrough? Let's wait and see."

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01-30-2015 Science&Technology
Microsoft gives away more Office software to attract mobile users

Microsoft Corp made its popular Word, Excel and PowerPoint applications available for free on Android tablets on Thursday, marking the latest step in its drive to get as many mobile customers as possible using its software.

It also released an app for its popular Outlook email program to run on Apple Inc's iPhone and iPad, hoping to attract the millions of users familiar with Outlook from their work desktops.

The new releases are the latest gambits in Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella's attempt to wrest back the initiative in the battle for mobile users, where Microsoft has fallen behind Apple and Google Inc.

Nadella broke with decades of tradition last March by releasing a free, touch-friendly version of Office for Apple's iPad, before such software was even available for Microsoft's Windows devices.

By giving away its industry-standard Office apps on Apple's popular iOS and Google's Android operating systems, Microsoft is looking to build up a base of users which it can later persuade to sign up for Office 365, the full, Internet-based version of Office starting at $7 a month for personal users.

Microsoft has been offering test versions of the Office apps on Android for almost three months, but Thursday marks the first day they are available as finished products from the online Google Play app store.

Word, Excel and PowerPoint, the key elements of Microsoft's top-selling Office suite of applications, have been a hit on Apple's mobile devices, with 80 million downloads since last March, according to Microsoft.

Microsoft plans to release new, touch-friendly versions of its Office apps for Windows devices later this year when it releases the Windows 10 operating system.

The new Outlook app, based on a popular app made by Acompli, which Microsoft bought in December, will allow iPhone and iPad users much easier ways of linking email to calendars and working with file attachments. Microsoft is also releasing a test version of the Outlook app for Android users.

Source: Reuters

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01-30-2015 Politics
Who are the Islamic State hostages and would-be suicide bomber Sajida al-Rishawi?

The hostages taken by Isil are Japanese journalist Kenji Goto and Jordanian fighter pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh, while Sajida al-Rishawi is an Iraqi woman on death row for her involvement in a terrorist attack in Amman.

On Thursday morning, Kenji Goto said a Jordanian air force pilot held by Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant militants would be killed unless an Iraqi female prisoner held by the Jordanian authorities was released by sunset on the same day.

As the deadline approaches, we profile the hostages and why Isil wants the release of Rishawi.

Kenji Goto

Mr Goto, is a freelance journalist and the founder of the Independent Press website, which sends footage from conflict zones to Japanese news outlets.

The 47-year-old from Tokyo has earned a reputation in Japan for reporting from some of the world's most inhospitable places. He has been on assignment for several of the country's main news broadcasters in Afghanistan, Somalia, Iraq and other hot-spots across Africa and Asia.

His focus, his colleagues say, is the impact of war on civilian populations. He has written books about Aids, child soldiers in Sierra Leone, genocide in Rwanda, and schoolgirls in Afghanistan.

Mr Goto is married and the father of three children.

He was relatively well known among the community of journalists reporting from inside Syria. Many passed time with him in cafes in the Turkish border towns of Antakya and Gaziantep, as they planned their trips inside the country.

Videos posted on social media and YouTube show him reporting near the Syrian border town of Kobane. He was also filmed discussing his time in Syria at a Unicef conference in March

The final post on a Twitter account with his name was made in October 2014. Goto also sent an email to an Associated Press journalist in October, where he wrote: "I'm in Syria for reporting. I hope I can convey the atmosphere from where I am and share it."

Moaz al-Kasasbeh

In December, 26-year-old Moaz al-Kasasbeh became the first known military member of the US-led coalition against Isil to be captured by the jihadist group.

The Jordanian was kidnapped by the jihadists after his plane crashed closed to their stronghold city of Raqqa in northeastern Syria.

Photographs of Mr Kasasbeh were released showing his semi-naked body, being pulled from water by gunmen shortly after the incident.

Mr Kasabeh is a First Lieutenant in the Jordanian Airforce. He had served for six years prior to his capture. He married in July.

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Source: The Telegraph

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01-30-2015 Business
Intel says corporations buying more high-end PCs

Companies replacing older PCs are increasingly choosing ones with high-end features aimed at improved security and employee efficiency, according to a senior Intel Corp executive.

Intel's "vPro" processors account for a fifth of the chipmaker's corporate PC business and that proportion is growing, Tom Garrison, Intel's vice president and general manager of business client platforms, recently told Reuters.

With a recovery in the PC industry driven in part by consumers buying cheap, low-end laptops, corporations buying top-tier devices for their workers are an important sweet spot for Intel and manufacturers like Hewlett-Packard and Dell.

Shipments of Intel's vPro processors, which are more profitable for the Santa Clara, California, company than many of its other PC chips, are increasing compared with overall demand for desktop and laptop computers, he said.

"We're growing at double digits from 2014 over 2013," Garrison said. "There are 100 million vPros installed in businesses today."

Earlier in January, Intel said it expects the overall PC market to be about flat this year and for average prices to decline slightly.

In its newest vPro offering, based on the company's recently launched 5th generation Core chips and announced on Thursday, Intel is touting features aimed at eliminating time wasted at the start of conference-room meetings. vPro computers can use wifi to connect directly to overhead projectors and other large screens without having to fiddle with cables.

The new chips use the similar technology to eliminate the need for docking stations used at office workstations to connect laptops to monitors and keyboards. vPro chips are used for laptops, desktops and convertible devices.

Similar features are already available for consumer devices but the versions used on vPro chips offer better security and reliability, Garrison said.

Source: Reuters

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01-29-2015 Science&Technology
Twitter Adding Video Sharing, Group Messaging Features

In the face of new social media competitors such as WhatsApp and Snapchat, venerable Twitter is rolling out two new features.

Annie Heckenberger, an advertising expert and “community trailblazer” with Philadelphia-based advertising agency Red Tettemer, says Twitter has been historically slow in rolling out new features, but the social networking company is now releasing two major updates to its platform: group direct messages, and native video-sharing and editing.

“The reasons behind these two features is most likely because they were seeing other, newer apps surpass them — like Instagram — so Twitter really needed to go back to the drawing board to figure out how to make their product a little more sticky,” she says.

And Heckenberger says the new video feature is the most appealing to advertisers.

“It plays within the tweet,” she explains, “so I don’t have to link out and send somebody to Youtube or Facebook or another platform. And thirty seconds is a sweet spot to tell a story with video.”

Twitter says the features are rolling out to all users over the next few weeks.

Source: CBS Philly

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01-29-2015 Science&Technology
Canadian agency reported to be monitoring millions of downloads

A Canadian surveillance agency is tapping into Internet cables and analyzing up to 15 million downloads from popular file-sharing websites each day, in an effort to identify political extremists, according to a news report by The Intercept and CBC News.

The Canadian Communications Security Establishment [CSE] program allows the agency to monitor downloads in several countries across North America, Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, according to the news reports, published Wednesday morning. The reports are based on leaks from Edward Snowden, the former contractor at the U.S. National Security Agency.

The CSE program, called Levitation, allows the agency to monitor downloads from popular websites used to share videos, photographs, music and other files, according to the reports. The goal of the program is to identify people downloading or uploading content connected to terrorism, such as bomb-making guides or hostage videos, the news reports said.

In the effort to identify people connected to terrorism, the CSE shifts through records of millions of downloads and uploads from Internet users not suspected of criminal activity, the reports said.

CSE’s press office didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment on the stories, but the agency did tell the news organizations that it is “legally authorized to collect and analyze metadata, including from parts of the Internet routinely used by terrorists.” The agency’s activities are not directed at Canadians, CSE said.

The news reports take their information from a mid-2012 PowerPoint presentation. In the presentation an analyst, apparently joking, says the Levitation system is sometimes overloaded with downloads of the TV series Glee. CSE finds about 350 “interesting” downloads each month, according to the presentation.

At the time, the program monitored activity on 102 file-sharing websites, including RapidShare, SendSpace and the shuttered Megaupload, the presentation said.

Privacy groups questioned CSE’s activities.

“CSE is clearly spying on the private online activities of millions of innocent people, including Canadians, despite repeated government assurances to the contrary,” David Christopher, communications manager of digital rights group, said on the group’s website. “Law-abiding Internet users who use popular file hosting services are now finding themselves under the government’s microscope.”

With Canadian IP addresses among those targeted, “this amounts to spying on the private information of innocent Canadians, at any time, without a warrant,” he added. “This alarming development underlines the need for robust action to rein in CSE’s reckless and out of control spying activities.”


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01-29-2015 Science&Technology
Dell XPS 13 review (2015): Meet the world's smallest 13-inch laptop

CES has come and gone; the holidays are long past; and now all we're left with are a few months of dreary weather. No fun, right? Right. Except if you're a tech writer. Now that most major companies have revealed their new lineups, we have the exciting job of testing all this stuff; seeing how it holds up in real life. The first product of the year to cross my desk: none other than the Dell XPS 13, a compact 13-inch laptop that ranked as a finalist for our annual Best of CES awards. In addition to being the first system we've tested with Intel's new fifth-generation Core processor, the redesigned XPS is notable for its nearly bezel-less display -- a design feat that allows it to have the footprint of an 11-inch machine. Particularly with a starting price of $800 (pretty reasonable for a flagship laptop), it seemed poised to become one of our new favorite Ultrabooks. And you know what? It actually is.


  • Nearly bezel-less display allows it to be more compact than other 13-inchers
  • Vibrant screen, strong audio to match
  • Attractive design, well-built Comfortable keyboard
  • Fast performance
  • Lots of configuration options


  • Merely average battery life, at least without the optional mobile charger
  • Touchpad could use some fine-tuning Doesn't come standard with a touchscreen -- and is expensive if you do opt for that feature


Other than an update to the touchpad, there's very little we would change about Dell's redesigned XPS 13: It's compact and well-built, with a gorgeous screen, fast performance and surprisingly good audio quality. You'll pay dearly to get it with a touchscreen, but even then, it's priced in line with other flagship Ultrabooks -- and in some ways it's a better choice, too.


I suspect many people will buy the XPS 13 purely because of that gorgeous screen, but personally, after using the laptop for a week, I'm more impressed with how small it is. To be fair, of course, I'm a little late to the game: Netbooks and 11-inch laptops have been around for years, but until now, I've avoided them precisely because I prefer the extra screen real estate. That said, with a display this big, the XPS 13 feels like the best of both worlds. Especially for frequent travelers like me. Take my recent cross-country flight to Seattle. The laptop took up less space in my backpack than my MacBook Air would have. It was easier to balance on a cramped airplane tray, even with the person in front of me leaning all the way back (thanks, dude). And for those moments when I had to put my laptop out of sight, it was small enough that I could stow it inside the seat-back compartment with room to spare.

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01-29-2015 Business
Volvo’s entry car, S60, gets more power, plus fuel economy

With new, more powerful turbo engines, the 2015.5 Volvo S60 is a distinctive, European premium sedan that’s nimble, quick and has a surprisingly comfortable driver seat for 6-footers.

The new S60 with base turbo four cylinder also ranks among the top 10 non-hybrid, non-electric, gasoline-powered, compact and mid-size sedans in fuel economy this year. The federal government estimates fuel mileage at 25 miles per gallon in city driving and 37 mpg on the highway for a front-wheel drive S60 with base engine.

All 2015.5 front-wheel drive S60s come standard with energy-conserving brakes and an automatic start/stop mechanism that turns off the engine when the vehicle is stopped, say, at a stoplight, to save fuel. The engine automatically turns back on when the driver lets up on the brake pedal to get ready to go.

Best of all, the S60 earned top, five out of five stars in government crash testing for the third year in a row.

The S60 is Volvo’s entry-level model, with the lowest starting retail price of any Volvo. Starting manufacturer’s suggested retail price, including destination charge, is $34,890 for a base, 2015 front-wheel drive S60 T5 model with 240-horsepower, turbocharged four cylinder and eight-speed automatic transmission.

The lowest starting retail price for a 2015 S60 with all-wheel drive is $36,390. The lowest starting retail price for a 2015 S60 with uplevel, 302-horsepower, turbocharged and supercharged four cylinder is $40,190. This is a front-wheel drive model with eight-speed automatic.

Competitors include other premium sedans such as the rear-wheel drive, 2015 BMW 320i, which has a starting MSRP, including destination charge, of $33,900 with 180-horsepower, turbo four cylinder and eight-speed automatic. But a 2015 BMW 328i with a turbo four cylinder that has the same 240 horses as the base Volvo S60 is much more — $39,000.

The 2015 Mercedes-Benz C300 sedan with 241-horsepower, turbocharged four cylinder and seven-speed automatic transmission has a starting retail price of $39,325.

Source: The Washington Post

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5 The Washington Post / United States 6 The People's Daily / China 7 The Daily Telegraph / United Kingdom 8 USA Today / United States
9 Los Angeles Times / United States 10 El Mundo / Spain 11 La Repubblica / Italy 12 The Times of India / India
13 Bild / Germany 14 Corriere della Sera / Italy 15 The Examiner / United States 16 The Independent / United Kingdom
17 El País / Spain 18 The Financial Times / United Kingdom 19 The Sydney Morning Herald / Australia 20 Daily News / United States
21 Chicago Tribune / United States 22 Le Monde / France 23 Marca / Spain 24 Hürriyet / Turkey
25 Die Welt / Germany 26 Asahi Shimbun / Japan 27 The Sun / United Kingdom 28 New York Post / United States
29 The Age / Australia 30 Gazeta Wyborcza / Poland 31 The Philadelphia Inquirer / United States 32 The Washington Times / United States
33 Die Zeit / Germany 34 Yomiuri Shimbun / Japan 35 The New Zealand Herald / New Zealand 36 The Onion / United States
37 Milliyet Gazetesi / Turkey 38 Il Sole 24 Ore / Italy 39 The Chicago Sun-Times / United States 40 Al-Ahram / Egypt
41 Le Figaro / France 42 Süddeutsche Zeitung / Germany 43 The Hindu / India 44 Houston Chronicle / United States
45 The Seattle Times / United States 46 Libération / France 47 The Globe and Mail / Canada 48 De Standaard / Belgium
49 The Irish Times / Ireland 50 The Toronto Star / Canada 51 Le Nouvel Observateur / France 52 Mercury News / United States
53 The Australian / Australia 54 The Denver Post / United States 55 The Christian Science Monitor / United States 56 The Dong-a Ilbo / Korea
57 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution / United States 58 Aftonbladet / Sweden 59 Kommersant / Russia 60 Bangkok Post / Thailand
61 Star Tribune / United States 62 The Hollywood Reporter / United States 63 Daily Mirror / United Kingdom 64 Dawn / Pakistan
65 El Universal / Mexico 66 The Miami Herald / United States 67 Mladá fronta Dnes / Czech Republic 68 DNA - Daily News & Analysis / India
69 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette / United States 70 Sports Nippon / Japan 71 L'Equipe / France 72 Die Presse / Austria
73 Detroit Free Press / United States 74 Neue Zürcher Zeitung / Switzerland 75 Clarín / Argentina 76 Chosun Ilbo / Japan
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