Google Fiber out­age mars base­ball view­ing

China Daily (Canada) - - BUSINESS -

a boost in pro­duc­tion and a cut in spend­ing. Rev­enue from oil and nat­u­ral gas out­put was 36.3 bil­lion yuan ($5.7 bil­lion) in the three months ended Sept 30 while out­put rose 24 per­cent, the Bei­jing-based ex­plorer said in a state­ment to the Hong Kong stock ex­change on Wed­nes­day. CNOOC doesn’t dis­close prof­its quar­terly. will leave Bei­jing on Tues­day, Thurs­day and Satur­day af­ter­noon. There has been grow­ing de­mand for flights be­tween the two coun­tries. China is Sri Lanka’s sec­ond-largest trad­ing part­ner and the num­ber of Chi­nese vis­i­tors to the coun­try has seen rapid growth. In the first five months of the year, 12, 000 Chi­nese vis­ited Sri Lanka, up 71.9 per­cent. more than 20 bil­lion yuan ($3.2 bil­lion) in new-en­ergy ve­hi­cles in the next five years. The com­pany aims to de­velop 30 green en­ergy mod­els and tar­gets to­tal sales of 600,000 green en­ergy cars by 2020, it said in a state­ment on its web­site. Al­pha­bet Inc’s In­ter­net and TV ser­vice Google Fiber went out in Kansas City as the open­ing game of base­ball’s cham­pi­onship se­ries got go­ing. The In­ter­net prob­lems co­in­cided with an in­ter­rup­tion to Fox’s TV broad­cast which re­sulted in view­ers miss­ing part of one in­ning. Google Fiber ser­vice was later re­stored, while Fox ad­dressed the out­age af­ter a tem­po­rary switch to dif­fer­ent an­nounc­ers.


Em­ploy­ees and cus­tomers cel­e­brate the open­ing of Mi­crosoft’s first flag­ship store on Fifth Av­enue on Mon­day in New York City. The three-story store sells lap­tops, tablets, Xboxes, video games and a range of com­put­ing prod­ucts and ac­ces­sories.

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