|Event Set in January for Windows 10. That's Right, No Windows 9|
Microsoft is set to unveil the consumer preview of Windows 10, the software giant's upcoming operating system designed to run across multiple platforms.
|Beijing's Cable TV Enters Cloud Era with New Service|
Cable televisions have entered the "Cloud Era" in Beijing. The Beijing Gehua Cable TV Network Co. Ltd launched its "Gehua Cloud Platform" on Thursday, Beijing Times reported.
|Beijing Beats Zhejiang 3-0|
Beijing remains undefeated so far during this season after cruising past Zhejiang 3-0 on Thursday at round 4 of the Chinese Volleyball League.
|Cricketer Phillip Hughes Dies Two Days after Being Hit by A Ball|
Australia is coming to grips with the death of Phillip Hughes.
|Wild Panda Dies after Treatment in Southwest China|
A wild giant panda in southwest China's Sichuan province has died days after being treated, according to the state-run news agency, Xinhua. An autopsy report showed that the panda died from intestinal necrosis, septicemia, serious liver damage and severe malnutrition.
|Chinese Football Team in Asia Top 10 in FIFA Ranking|
FIFA has come out with the new national rankings.
|"Children of Men" Author P.D. James Dies at 94|
"Children of Men" author Phyllis Dorothy James, known as P.D. James, died on Thursday at her home in Oxford, England. She was 94.
|Death Sentence for Cult Members in E. China Upheld|
The Shandong Higher People's Court on Friday upheld the death sentence of two Church of the Almighty God cult members who beat a woman to death in a McDonald's outlet in May.
|China, US Targeting Terror Online|
Counterterrorism work between China and the United States has helped authorities track down and delete a number of violent, terrorist video and audio programs stored on US servers.
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