Just outside of Barcelona there is a pretty little seaside resort called Sitges. Beloved by the gay community and horror movie aficionados, it is this year's venue for the Bilderberg Club's annual general meeting. "The what?" asked Noah, my editor. Evidently he hasn't received an invite.
You think choosing a new Pope is a long-winded process? Well, try electing a new Prime Minister in the U.K. Over there, the parliamentary system works on a first-past-the-post basis, meaning that, in order to stick its man in Downing Street, a political party has to win over half of the 650 seats in the House of Commons.
The embargo on iPad reviews lifted at 9 p.m. Wednesday, and several major (and a couple of minor) publications released their reviews. Some are informative, some are navel-gazing, but many make points we might not have considered.
Cisco's big announcement recently about how its new product was going to change the Internet for the better got the tech community very excited—not to mention the financial world, as the company's share price rose to a 52-week high.