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Les aliments dits “ultra-transformés”, soupçonnés d’être nocifs pour notre santé, sont partout dans les rayons des supermarchés. Comment les éviter ? Il existe un site et une application gratuits qui peuvent vous aider. Après un reportage sur ces “faux aliments”, Elise Lucet recevait dans “Envoyé spécial” le fondateur de Open Food Facts, Stéphane Gigandet./>
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La journaliste italienne Oriana Fallaci part couvrir la contestation étudiante en amont des Jeux olympiques au Mexique, sans s’imaginer que quelques heures plus tard, elle se retrouvera sous les balles tirées par la police, et sera abandonnée, mourante, sur une place recouverte de cadavres.
Un nouvel épisode de la série 1968.digital de Mikhail Zygar, Karen Shainyan, Timur Bekmambetov et Alexandre Garèse en partenariat avec Libération et l’INA. A retrouver sur la page https://www.facebook.com/1968digital et sur Liberation.fr http://www.liberation.fr/1968-mobile,100954

La vidéo du moment de tension de ce lundi soir, filmée par les forces de l’ordre. Cette vidéo nous est fournie par le ministère de l’Intérieur

While businesses with large wallets can afford to employ both mobile websites and apps, other companies might have to choose one of them. The choice between mobile apps and websites depends on their cost, usability, required features and the audience they serve.

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June 16 2010 Disney CEO, Bob Iger talks to FT editor, Lionel Barber about the fundamental changes taking place at the company and how Disney is using technological developments in mobile media such as the iPad to put more power in the hands of the consumer.
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Adam Croft, 29, and Nikki Pepperell, 32, spent a year converting the van after the cost of renting became too much to bare.
They spent £3,500 on the extra-large Ford Transit Luton and a further #6,500 doing it up themselves while living with their parents.
The home away from home now has a kitchen, toilet, shower, windows, porch, new flooring, sofa and a bedroom.
The couple, from Stroud, Glos., both gave up office jobs for the new home and now intend to spend at least a year travelling across Europe, possibly never to return.
Adam, who finished the project last week, said: “The main idea behind it is that we found it far too expensive to rent here.
“It was also so we could go away in the winter without being tied down.

NASA’s new Mobile Launcher (ML) for the Space Launch System (SLS) was rolled to launch pad 39B beginning Thursday 30th August where it completed fit checks at the pad.

The Mobile Launcher was built for the Constellation Program (CxP) and Ares I but was modified for SLS after the CxP cancellation.

Currently the SLS’s first launch is set for 2020.


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