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L1 : Pastore guide le PSG / F1 : Vettel tue le championnat

Le PSG s'est imposé devant Brest (1-0), ce dimanche, en clôture de la 5e journée de Ligue 1, grâce au premier but de Javier Pastore.

Auto-Moto / Formule 1

Vettel admet qu'il a tué le championnat

11/09/2011 - 19:29

Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) en remportant le Grand Prix d'Italie de Formule 1, dimanche à Monza, a pris une option quasi définitive sur le Championnat.

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Orange County Auto Show

Media Day Highlights

· World Debut of the 2012 Honda CR-V Concept

· Public Debut of the 2012 Acura TSX

· 2011 IntelliChoice Motorist Choice Awards – set to take  place at 10:30 a.m.

· First test drive of the new 2012 21st Century Volkswagen Beetle – 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

· Off-Road test track at Camp Jeep Anaheim – 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

· Gumpert Apollo

· 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4

· 2012 Acura TL S.H.I.E.L.D.

· 2013 Lexus GS


Entertainment Arts & Technology

YouTube Mulls Filling Investigative News Gap

Universal Sports Dropping Multicast Outlets

Conan O'Brien Sells Comedy Pilot To TBS

Diane Sawyer Gets Gabrielle Giffords Interview

After the Cartoon Network debut of their first-ever original television special, The LEGO Group and Lucasfilm will join forces once again to bring LEGO Star Wars: The Padawan Menace to Blu-ray Disc and DVD. Launching on September 16, the 22-minute original standalone special will feature the charm, action and irreverent humor that have become the signature style of LEGO Star Wars animation collaborations and will include five LEGO Star Wars shorts, as well as an exclusive, collectible minifigure.

Sony exec: PS3 has more to offer in 3D gaming
Mick Hocking, group studio director for Sony in the U.K., told IndustryGamers that the PlayStation 3 game console still has much to offer in three-dimensional gaming. Combining the PlayStation Move motion controller with the PS3 platform will enhance the 3D capabilities of the PS3

Microsoft to lobby software developers this week on Windows 8
Microsoft this week is expected to give software developers a pitch for its Windows 8 operating system -- set to debut next year -- in hopes of persuading them to write applications for tablets under the first platform designed for both PCs and wireless devices. The company will tout what it calls a "no-compromise design" that executives say will not force developers to choose between the software's touch-style approach and traditional Windows apps.

Ultraviolet vs. iTunes: Which will win in the home?
The Digital Media Strategies division of Strategy Analytics has concluded that the Ultraviolet content distribution system faces an uphill battle in persuading consumers to stop using iTunes and Amazon Prime. Ultraviolet will have to demonstrate to consumers that it is more efficient and reliable in digital media distribution than those existing services, according to Strategy Analytics

Microsoft this fall will revise the user interface of the Xbox 360, making it more like the Metro UI of Windows Phone 7 and Windows 8, according to Albert Penello, the company's director of platform marketing. In an interview with Gamasutra, Penello said the Xbox update -- its biggest in three years -- will better tie together the console's controller and its Kinect module.

Publishers keep e-book prices high to recoup costs
As more consumers move from print to digital books, publishers work to keep the prices of digital books higher in an effort to recoup some of their fixed costs for publishing the print versions of the works, according to this article. Prices for e-book versions of many national bestsellers have gone up since six major publishing houses adopted the agency pricing model last year, in which Amazon and other sellers act as agents and take a 30% commission from each sale

Disney reorganizes consumer products division
The Walt Disney Co. has reorganized Disney Consumer Products, putting Marvel, Pixar, Walt Disney Studios and other units under the umbrella group and naming Robert Chapek as president of Disney Consumer Products, which handles licensing and retailing for various Disney lines of business. Meanwhile, the California State Assembly has approved a compromise bill that puts off for one year a mandate to have Amazon.com collect sales tax on products sold to customers in the Golden State.

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences will present the American re-premiere of the first three reels of "The White Shadow," the 1924 movie thought to be the earliest surviving feature film work of Alfred Hitchcock, on Thursday, September 22, at 7:30 p.m. at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills. Following the screening, Oscar®-winning actress Eva Marie Saint, who starred in Hitchcock’s "North by Northwest," will offer a description of the remaining scenes which are still lost. Michael Mortilla and Nicole Garcia will provide live musical accompaniment on piano and violin.