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PAKISTAN-MINORITY/HAZARA
RTS2L01J
July 04, 2019
Nargis Hazara, 20, martial arts specialist, who belongs to ethnic Hazara community, works on her computer...
Quetta, Pakistan
The Wider Image: "Under Siege": Fear and defiance mark life for Pakistan's Hazaras
Nargis Hazara, 20, martial arts specialist, who belongs to ethnic Hazara community, works on her computer as she sits beside her portrait at her home in Hazara Town, Quetta, Pakistan, June 13, 2019. Domestic media often portray the Hazaras as targets of sectarian attacks or holding sit-ins to demand greater protection, but the community is developing and growing, said Nargis, who last year became Pakistan's first winner of an Asian Games medal in karate. "Every one of us has a dream, a target and aim in our heart, to change the image of Hazaras in the world, and especially in Pakistan." REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro SEARCH "HAZARA MINORITY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
GLOBAL-COMPUTERS/
RTS1GS1A
October 17, 2017
A man checks the power lines on a motherboard of a laptop at a repair center in Colombo, Sri Lanka October...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
A man checks the power lines on a motherboard of a laptop at a repair center in Colombo
A man checks the power lines on a motherboard of a laptop at a repair center in Colombo, Sri Lanka October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
TECH-ISRAEL/UKRAINE
RTS18MBI
June 26, 2017
A specialist of IT company Infopulse uses a computer mouse in his office in Kiev, Ukraine, June 13, 2017....
Kiev, Ukraine
A specialist of IT company Infopulse uses a computer mouse in his office in Kiev
A specialist of IT company Infopulse uses a computer mouse in his office in Kiev, Ukraine, June 13, 2017. Picture taken June 13, 2017. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
CYBER-ATTACK/
RTX35OS3
May 13, 2017
A man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him in this illustration picture taken on...
Warsaw, Poland
Man holds laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him in this illustration picture
A man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him in this illustration picture taken on May 13, 2017. Capitalizing on spying tools believed to have been developed by the U.S. National Security Agency, hackers staged a cyber assault with a self-spreading malware that has infected tens of thousands of computers in nearly 100 countries. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Illustration
CYBER-ATTACK/
RTX35OS1
May 13, 2017
A man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him in this illustration picture taken on...
Warsaw, Poland
Man holds laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him in this illustration picture
A man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him in this illustration picture taken on May 13, 2017. Capitalizing on spying tools believed to have been developed by the U.S. National Security Agency, hackers staged a cyber assault with a self-spreading malware that has infected tens of thousands of computers in nearly 100 countries. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Illustration
CYBER-ATTACK/
RTX35OS0
May 13, 2017
A man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him in this illustration picture taken on...
Warsaw, Poland
Man holds laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him in this illustration picture
A man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him in this illustration picture taken on May 13, 2017. Capitalizing on spying tools believed to have been developed by the U.S. National Security Agency, hackers staged a cyber assault with a self-spreading malware that has infected tens of thousands of computers in nearly 100 countries. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Illustration
CYBER-ATTACK/
RTX35ORW
May 13, 2017
A hooded man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him in this illustration picture taken...
Warsaw, Poland
Hooded man holds laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him in this illustration picture
A hooded man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him in this illustration picture taken on May 13, 2017. Capitalizing on spying tools believed to have been developed by the U.S. National Security Agency, hackers staged a cyber assault with a self-spreading malware that has infected tens of thousands of computers in nearly 100 countries. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Illustration
CYBER-ATTACK/
RTX35ORT
May 13, 2017
A projection of cyber code on a hooded man is pictured in this illustration picture taken on May 13,...
Warsaw, Poland
Projection of cyber code on hooded man is pictured in this illustration picture
A projection of cyber code on a hooded man is pictured in this illustration picture taken on May 13, 2017. Capitalizing on spying tools believed to have been developed by the U.S. National Security Agency, hackers staged a cyber assault with a self-spreading malware that has infected tens of thousands of computers in nearly 100 countries. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Illustration TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SCIENCE-CERN/
RTX2JUBQ
July 05, 2016
Technicians work in the Control Centre of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the European Organisation...
PREVESSIN, France
Technicians work in the Control Centre of the LHC at the CERN in Prevessin
Technicians work in the Control Centre of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Prevessin, France, near Geneva in Switzerland March 11, 2015. To match Interview SCIENCE-CERN/ REUTERS/Denis Balibouse/File Photo
APPLE-DEVELOPERS/
RTX2G1OT
June 13, 2016
A group of young developers stand for a group photo on stage during the Apple World Wide Developers Conference...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
A group of young developers stand for a group photo on stage during the Apple World Wide Developers Conference...
A group of young developers stand for a group photo on stage during the Apple World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco, California, U.S., June 13, 2016. REUTERS/Stephen Lam TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
PANAMA-TAX/AUSTRALIA-SOFTWARE
RTSDN0S
April 05, 2016
An employee of software company Nuix stands in their office located in central Sydney, Australia, April...
Sydney, Australia
An employee of software company Nuix stands in their office located in central Sydney, Australia
An employee of software company Nuix stands in their office located in central Sydney, Australia, April 5, 2016. Software produced by the little-known Australian developer has helped journalists piece together news leads from the mountains of data found in the contents of the Panama Papers, one of the biggest document leaks in history. Sydney-based Nuix Pty Ltd donated its document analysis programme to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) to sift through the millions of leaked documents from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca. REUTERS/David Gray
PANAMA-TAX/AUSTRALIA-SOFTWARE
RTSDN0R
April 05, 2016
Employees of software company Nuix sit in their office located in central Sydney, Australia, April 5,...
Sydney, Australia
Employees of software company Nuix sit in their office located in central Sydney, Australia
Employees of software company Nuix sit in their office located in central Sydney, Australia, April 5, 2016. Software produced by the little-known Australian developer has helped journalists piece together news leads from the mountains of data found in the contents of the Panama Papers, one of the biggest document leaks in history. Sydney-based Nuix Pty Ltd donated its document analysis programme to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) to sift through the millions of leaked documents from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca. REUTERS/David Gray
ONEVIEW-AUSTRALIA/IPO
RTSAT4P
March 17, 2016
Irish health software maker Oneview's Chief Executive Officer James Fitter (L) and founder and executive...
Sydney, Australia
Irish health software maker Oneview's Chief Executive Officer Fitter and founder and executive director...
Irish health software maker Oneview's Chief Executive Officer James Fitter (L) and founder and executive director Mark McCloskey react after they broke the rope ringing the bell at the Australian Securities Exchange during the official listing ceremony in Sydney, Australia, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray
ONEVIEW-AUSTRALIA/IPO
RTSAT4O
March 17, 2016
Irish health software maker Oneview's Chief Executive Officer James Fitter (L) and founder and executive...
Sydney, Australia
Irish health software maker Oneview's Chief Executive Officer Fitter and founder and executive director...
Irish health software maker Oneview's Chief Executive Officer James Fitter (L) and founder and executive director Mark McCloskey react after they broke the rope ringing the bell at the Australian Securities Exchange during the official listing ceremony in Sydney, Australia, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray
USA-HEALTH/PARAPLEGIC
RTX1SD2K
September 25, 2015
Paraplegic Adam Fritz (R) works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at...
Claremont, UNITED STATES
Adam Fritz works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, works out at the...
Paraplegic Adam Fritz (R) works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at the Project Walk facility in Claremont, California September 24, 2015. A brain-to-computer technology that can translate thoughts into leg movements has enabled Fritz, paralyzed from the waist down by a spinal cord injury to become the first such patient to walk without the use of robotics. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo
USA-HEALTH/PARAPLEGIC
RTX1SD2J
September 25, 2015
Paraplegic Adam Fritz (R) works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at...
Claremont, UNITED STATES
Adam Fritz works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, works out at the...
Paraplegic Adam Fritz (R) works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at the Project Walk facility in Claremont, California, September 24, 2015. A brain-to-computer technology that can translate thoughts into leg movements has enabled Fritz, paralyzed from the waist down by a spinal cord injury to become the first such patient to walk without the use of robotics. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo
USA-HEALTH/PARAPLEGIC
RTX1SD2I
September 25, 2015
Paraplegic Adam Fritz (R) works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at...
Claremont, UNITED STATES
Paraplegic Adam Fritz works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at the...
Paraplegic Adam Fritz (R) works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at the Project Walk facility in Claremont, California, September 24, 2015. A brain-to-computer technology that can translate thoughts into leg movements has enabled Fritz, paralyzed from the waist down by a spinal cord injury to become the first such patient to walk without the use of robotics. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo
USA-HEALTH/PARAPLEGIC
RTX1SD28
September 25, 2015
Paraplegic Adam Fritz (L) works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at...
Claremont, UNITED STATES
Paraplegic Adam Fritz works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at the...
Paraplegic Adam Fritz (L) works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at the Project Walk facility in Claremont, California September 24, 2015. A brain-to-computer technology that can translate thoughts into leg movements has enabled Fritz, paralyzed from the waist down by a spinal cord injury to become the first such patient to walk without the use of robotics. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo
USA-HEALTH/PARAPLEGIC
RTX1SD23
September 25, 2015
Paraplegic Adam Fritz (R) works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at...
Claremont, UNITED STATES
Paraplegic Adam Fritz works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at the...
Paraplegic Adam Fritz (R) works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at the Project Walk facility in Claremont, California, September 24, 2015. A brain-to-computer technology that can translate thoughts into leg movements has enabled Fritz, paralyzed from the waist down by a spinal cord injury to become the first such patient to walk without the use of robotics. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo
USA-HEALTH/PARAPLEGIC
RTX1SD21
September 25, 2015
Paraplegic Adam Fritz (R) works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at...
Claremont, UNITED STATES
Paraplegic Adam Fritz works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at the...
Paraplegic Adam Fritz (R) works out with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at the Project Walk facility in Claremont, California September 24, 2015. A brain-to-computer technology that can translate thoughts into leg movements has enabled Fritz, paralyzed from the waist down by a spinal cord injury to become the first such patient to walk without the use of robotics. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo
USA-HEALTH/PARAPLEGIC
RTX1SD1Z
September 25, 2015
Kristen Johnson, (L) a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, helps paraplegic Adam Fritz into position...
Claremont, UNITED STATES
Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, helps paraplegic Adam Fritz into position...
Kristen Johnson, (L) a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, helps paraplegic Adam Fritz into position to workout at the Project Walk facility in Claremont, California September 24, 2015. A brain-to-computer technology that can translate thoughts into leg movements has enabled Fritz, paralyzed from the waist down by a spinal cord injury to become the first such patient to walk without the use of robotics. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo
USA-HEALTH/PARAPLEGIC
RTX1SD1U
September 25, 2015
Paraplegic Adam Fritz (R) wheels himself to the next station with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury...
Claremont, UNITED STATES
Paraplegic Adam Fritz wheels himself to the next station with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery...
Paraplegic Adam Fritz (R) wheels himself to the next station with Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, at the Project Walk facility in Claremont, California September 24, 2015. A brain-to-computer technology that can translate thoughts into leg movements has enabled Fritz, paralyzed from the waist down by a spinal cord injury to become the first such patient to walk without the use of robotics. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo
USA-HEALTH/PARAPLEGIC
RTX1SD1T
September 25, 2015
Kristen Johnson, (L) a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, helps paraplegic Adam Fritz into position...
Claremont, UNITED STATES
Kristen Johnson, a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, helps paraplegic Adam Fritz into position...
Kristen Johnson, (L) a spinal cord injury recovery specialist, helps paraplegic Adam Fritz into position with aide Sean Conner (R) to workout at the Project Walk facility in Claremont, California, September 24, 2015. A brain-to-computer technology that can translate thoughts into leg movements has enabled Fritz, paralyzed from the waist down by a spinal cord injury to become the first such patient to walk without the use of robotics. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo
NIGERIA-TECHNOLOGY/YABA
RTX1M6M3
July 28, 2015
Software developers work at the Information Technology Developers Entrepreneurship Accelerator (iDEA)...
Lagos, Nigeria
Software developers work at the iDEA hub in the Yaba district in Lagos
Software developers work at the Information Technology Developers Entrepreneurship Accelerator (iDEA) hub in the Yaba district in Lagos June 25, 2015. At first glance, Yaba is like many other parts of Nigeria's sprawling commercial capital: a cacophony of car horns and shouting street vendors, mingling with exhaust fumes and the occasional stench of sewage. But in between the run-down buildings in this seemingly inauspicious part of Lagos, a city of around 21 million, tech start-ups are taking root and creating a buzz that is drawing international venture capitalists and more established digital firms. Picture taken June 25, 2015. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye
NIGERIA-TECHNOLOGY/YABA
RTX1M6M2
July 28, 2015
Software developers work on computer sytems at the Information Technology Developers Entrepreneurship...
Lagos, Nigeria
Software developers work on computer sytems at the iDEA hub in the Yaba district in Lagos
Software developers work on computer sytems at the Information Technology Developers Entrepreneurship Accelerator (iDEA) hub in the Yaba district in Lagos June 25, 2015. At first glance, Yaba is like many other parts of Nigeria's sprawling commercial capital: a cacophony of car horns and shouting street vendors, mingling with exhaust fumes and the occasional stench of sewage. But in between the run-down buildings in this seemingly inauspicious part of Lagos, a city of around 21 million, tech start-ups are taking root and creating a buzz that is drawing international venture capitalists and more established digital firms. Picture taken June 25, 2015. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye
HONGKONG-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTR4TZZX
March 19, 2015
Cassandra Hatton, senior specialist in Fine Books and Manuscripts and director of the History of Science...
Hong Kong, China
Hatton of Bonhams shows an Apple I computer in operational condition, during an auction preview in Hong...
Cassandra Hatton, senior specialist in Fine Books and Manuscripts and director of the History of Science at Bonhams, shows an Apple I computer in operational condition, during an auction preview in Hong Kong March 19, 2015. The item is expected to fetch between $400,000 and $600,000 during an action on April 13, 2015 in New York. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
MIDEAST-PALESTINIANS/TECHNOLOGY
RTR4MAFD
January 21, 2015
Palestinian employees process data on their laptops at Unit One in Gaza City January 15, 2015. In nine...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian employees process data on their laptops at Unit One in Gaza City
Palestinian employees process data on their laptops at Unit One in Gaza City January 15, 2015. In nine years, Gaza-based IT entrepreneur Saady Lozon and his partner Ahmed Abu Shaban have transformed their firm, Unit One, from a tiny outfit in a single room in the blockaded Gaza Strip into a successful business with clients in Europe, the United States and the Arab world. They can't leave Gaza easily, but they can develop applications for Web and mobile devices online and provide international clients with data-management services, competing with firms in India and elsewhere. Picture taken January 15, 2015. To match story MIDEAST-PALESTINIANS/TECHNOLOGY REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTR4H3YS
December 08, 2014
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron sits on the floor as he joins students for "An Hour of Coding"...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron sits on the floor as he joins students for "An Hour of Coding"...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron sits on the floor as he joins students for "An Hour of Coding" at Number 10 Downing Street in London December 8, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Rousseau/pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
COLOMBIA-REBELS/VIDEOGAMES
RTR45E18
September 08, 2014
Colombian systems programmer Juan Pico works on the video game "Adios a las Armas" (Farewell to Arms)...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian systems programmer Juan Pico works on the video game "Adios a las Armas" (Farewell to Arms)...
Colombian systems programmer Juan Pico works on the video game "Adios a las Armas" (Farewell to Arms) in Bogota September 4, 2014. Colombians will soon be able to sit around a virtual negotiating table as Marxist FARC rebels or the government to thrash out an end to 50 years of war in a video game mirroring complex real life talks now under way to restore peace to the country. "Adios a las Armas," or "Farewell to Arms," a finalist in a government competition in July for non-violent video games, aims to raise awareness about a peace deal being negotiated in Cuba which voters will back or reject in a referendum. Picture taken September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY)
COLOMBIA-REBELS/VIDEOGAMES
RTR45E13
September 08, 2014
Colombian systems programmer Camilo Paez works on the video game "Adios a las Armas" (Farewell to Arms)...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian systems programmer Camilo Paez works on the video game "Adios a las Armas" (Farewell to Arms)...
Colombian systems programmer Camilo Paez works on the video game "Adios a las Armas" (Farewell to Arms) in Bogota September 4, 2014. Colombians will soon be able to sit around a virtual negotiating table as Marxist FARC rebels or the government to thrash out an end to 50 years of war in a video game mirroring complex real life talks now under way to restore peace to the country."Adios a las Armas," or "Farewell to Arms," a finalist in a government competition in July for non-violent video games, aims to raise awareness about a peace deal being negotiated in Cuba which voters will back or reject in a referendum. Picture taken September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY)
CYBERSECURITY-HACKING/
RTR41HX3
August 06, 2014
Utkarsh Sanghi, a security engineer at Google, works in a hallway during the Black Hat USA 2014 hacker...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Utkarsh Sanghi, a security engineer at Google, works in a hallway during the Black Hat USA 2014 hacker...
Utkarsh Sanghi, a security engineer at Google, works in a hallway during the Black Hat USA 2014 hacker conference at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada August 6, 2014. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS BUSINESS)
CYBERSECURITY-USB/ATTACK
RTR40RET
July 31, 2014
A photo illustration shows a USB device being plugged into a laptop computer in Berlin July 31, 2014....
Berlin, Germany
Photo illustration shows USB device being plugged into a laptop computer in Berlin
A photo illustration shows a USB device being plugged into a laptop computer in Berlin July 31, 2014. USB devices such as mice, keyboards and thumb-drives can be used to hack into personal computers in a potential new class of attacks that evade all known security protections, German crypto specialist and chief scientist with Berlin's SR Labs Karsten Nohl revealed on Thursday. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
CYBERSECURITY-USB/ATTACK/
RTR40QWF
July 31, 2014
German crypto specialist and chief scientist with Berlin's SR Labs Karsten Nohl poses with a USB stick...
Berlin, Germany
German crypto specialist Nohl poses with USB stick at his office in Berlin
German crypto specialist and chief scientist with Berlin's SR Labs Karsten Nohl poses with a USB stick at his office in Berlin, July 30, 2014. USB devices such as mice, keyboards and thumb-drives can be used to hack into personal computers in a potential new class of attacks that evade all known security protections, Nohl revealed on Thursday. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
CYBERSECURITY-USB/ATTACK
RTR40QW3
July 31, 2014
German crypto specialist and chief scientist with Berlin's SR Labs Karsten Nohl poses with a USB stick...
Berlin, Germany
German crypto specialist Nohl of Berlin's SR Labs poses with USB stick at his office in Berlin
German crypto specialist and chief scientist with Berlin's SR Labs Karsten Nohl poses with a USB stick at his office in Berlin, July 30, 2014. USB devices such as mice, keyboards and thumb-drives can be used to hack into personal computers in a potential new class of attacks that evade all known security protections, Nohl revealed on Thursday. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CRIME)
CYBERSECURITY-USB/ATTACK
RTR40QUU
July 31, 2014
German crypto specialist and chief scientist with Berlin's SR Labs Karsten Nohl poses in his office in...
Berlin, Germany
German crypto specialist Nohl poses in his office in Berlin
German crypto specialist and chief scientist with Berlin's SR Labs Karsten Nohl poses in his office in Berlin, July 30, 2014. USB devices such as mice, keyboards and thumb-drives can be used to hack into personal computers in a potential new class of attacks that evade all known security protections, Nohl revealed on Thursday. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEADSHOT CRIME)
CYBERSECURITY-USB/ATTACK
RTR40QTV
July 31, 2014
German crypto specialist and chief scientist with Berlin's SR Labs Karsten Nohl poses in his office in...
Berlin, Germany
German crypto specialist Nohl of Berlin's SR Labs poses in his office in Berlin
German crypto specialist and chief scientist with Berlin's SR Labs Karsten Nohl poses in his office in Berlin, July 30, 2014. USB devices such as mice, keyboards and thumb-drives can be used to hack into personal computers in a potential new class of attacks that evade all known security protections, Nohl revealed on Thursday. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CRIME)
CYBERSECURITY-USB/ATTACK
RTR40QTS
July 31, 2014
German crypto specialist and and chief scientist with Berlin's SR Labs Karsten Nohl is reflected in a...
Berlin, Germany
German crypto specialist Nohl of Berlin's SR Labs is reflected in computer screen in Berlin
German crypto specialist and and chief scientist with Berlin's SR Labs Karsten Nohl is reflected in a computer screen as he looks at photographs of USB sticks in his office in Berlin, July 30, 2014. USB devices such as mice, keyboards and thumb-drives can be used to hack into personal computers in a potential new class of attacks that evade all known security protections, Nohl revealed on Thursday. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CRIME)
EGYPT/
RTR3G7V5
March 08, 2014
Sherien Fathy, a blind 32-year-old mother of two, uses her special headphones as she works on her computer...
Cairo, Egypt
Sherien Fathy, a blind 32-year-old mother of two, works on her computer at the General Petroleum Corporation...
Sherien Fathy, a blind 32-year-old mother of two, uses her special headphones as she works on her computer at the General Petroleum Corporation in Cairo March 3, 2014. Sherien, a graduate of the College of Arts? Arabic department who works as a specialist manager at the General Petroleum Corporation, hopes the government will do more to help disabled people to find jobs and contribute to the economy. Sherien is married to lawyer Khaled Hanafy, who is also blind. On March 8 activists around the globe celebrate International Women's Day, which dates back to the beginning of the 20th Century and has been observed by the United Nations since 1975. The UN writes that it is an occasion to commemorate achievements in women's rights and to call for further change. Picture taken March 3, 2014. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh? (EGYPT - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
FRANCE/
RTX15V1R
November 27, 2013
A combination picture shows Millenium eSport professional gamers looking at their computer screens inside...
Marseille, France
A combination picture shows Millenium eSport professional gamers looking at their computer screens inside...
A combination picture shows Millenium eSport professional gamers looking at their computer screens inside the Millenium Gaming House in Marseille November 12, 2013. The Millenium Gaming House, which opened its doors in Marseille in 2011, is the most important French e-sport organization and houses pro gamers who live, game, eat and sleep full-time in the building. The house is dedicated to the training of Pro Gamers teams for International competitions. Players train long hours to master the difficulties and subtleties of only one game and participate in Lan-Parties around the world. E-Sports earnings has ranked the 100 players with the highest overall earnings from competitive gaming, with over 60 gamers who have earned over $100,000 in prize money. Picture taken November 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FRANCE/
RTX15V1C
November 27, 2013
Millenium eSport professional gamer Arif of France, nicknamed Doigby, looks at a computer screen as he...
Marseille, France
Millenium eSport professional gamer Arif of France, nicknamed Doigby, looks at a computer screen as he...
Millenium eSport professional gamer Arif of France, nicknamed Doigby, looks at a computer screen as he plays inside the Millenium Gaming House in Marseille Novembre 15, 2013. The Millenium Gaming House, which opened its doors in Marseille in 2011, is the most important French e-sport organization and houses pro gamers who live, game, eat and sleep full-time in the building. The house is dedicated to the training of Pro Gamers teams for International competitions. Players train long hours to master the difficulties and subtleties of only one game and participate in Lan-Parties around the world. E-Sports earnings has ranked the 100 players with the highest overall earnings from competitive gaming, with over 60 gamers who have earned over $100,000 in prize money. Picture taken November 15, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTX14SO9
October 29, 2013
An employee of German IT-security and encryption specialist Rohde und Schwarz SIT GmbH presents a TopSec...
Berlin, Germany
Employee of German IT-security and encryption specialist Rohde und Schwarz SIT GmbH presents TopSec phone...
An employee of German IT-security and encryption specialist Rohde und Schwarz SIT GmbH presents a TopSec phone encryption system next to a mobile phone in Berlin, October 29, 2013. The device made in Germany can be paired with bluetooth to any mobile phone, smartphone or computer to encrypt voice calls. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS TELECOMS)
GERMANY/
RTX14SO3
October 29, 2013
An employee of German IT-security and encryption specialist Rohde und Schwarz SIT GmbH presents a TopSec...
Berlin, Germany
Employee of German IT-security and encryption specialist Rohde und Schwarz SIT GmbH presents TopSec phone...
An employee of German IT-security and encryption specialist Rohde und Schwarz SIT GmbH presents a TopSec phone encryption system in Berlin, October 29, 2013. The device made in Germany can be paired with bluetooth to any mobile phone, smartphone or computer to encrypt voice calls. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS TELECOMS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GERMANY/
RTX14SO2
October 29, 2013
An employee of German IT-security and encryption specialist Rohde und Schwarz SIT GmbH presents a TopSec...
BERLN, Germany
Employee of German IT-security and encryption specialist Rohde und Schwarz SIT GmbH presents TopSec phone...
An employee of German IT-security and encryption specialist Rohde und Schwarz SIT GmbH presents a TopSec phone encryption system next to a mobile phone in Berlin, October 29, 2013. The device made in Germany can be paired with bluetooth to any mobile phone, smartphone or computer to encrypt voice calls. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS TELECOMS)
GERMANY/
RTX14SNZ
October 29, 2013
An employee of German IT-security and encryption specialist Rohde und Schwarz SIT GmbH presents a TopSec...
Berlin, Germany
Employee of German IT-security and encryption specialist Rohde und Schwarz SIT GmbH presents TopSec phone...
An employee of German IT-security and encryption specialist Rohde und Schwarz SIT GmbH presents a TopSec phone encryption system next to a mobile phone in Berlin, October 29, 2013. The device made in Germany can be paired with bluetooth to any mobile phone, smartphone or computer to encrypt voice calls. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS TELECOMS)
MEDIA-UNIVISION/FUSION
RTX12ZJ6
August 28, 2013
A technician works in the "Acquisition Room", which receives televison feeds from around the world, during...
DORAL, UNITED STATES
A technician works in the "Acquisition Room", which receives televison feeds from around the world, during...
A technician works in the "Acquisition Room", which receives televison feeds from around the world, during an event to mark the opening of the new Univision and Fusion television networks newsroom in Doral, Florida August 28, 2013. Spanish language behemoth Univision is ramping up its new English cable news network Fusion aimed at younger viewers, hiring hundreds of staffers and building a flashy newsroom as it prepares to enter the crowded field of cable news channels. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GEEKS/MINERS
RTX10YI8
June 23, 2013
Naked "Ninja Boxes" are tested at the Ninja Blocks office in Sydney May 31, 2013. A group of industry...
Sydney, Australia
Naked "Ninja Boxes" are tested at the Ninja Blocks office in Sydney
Naked "Ninja Boxes" are tested at the Ninja Blocks office in Sydney May 31, 2013. A group of industry leaders, including the Atlassian duo, recently formed Blackbird Ventures to invest A$20 million in Australian start-ups that have the potential to be global success stories. Blackbird has so far invested in online design platform Canva and Ninja Blocks, a software developer bringing the remote controlled home to the masses by connecting home devices to web and mobile apps. Picture taken May 31, 2013. To match story AUSTRALIA-GEEKS/MINERS REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY COMMODITIES)
USA/
RTX10SM2
June 18, 2013
ATF Integrated Ballistics Identification System technician Alicia Lynch examines a bullet casing on her...
Beltsville, UNITED STATES
ATF technician Lynch examines bullet casing during media open house at the ATF National Laboratory Center...
ATF Integrated Ballistics Identification System technician Alicia Lynch examines a bullet casing on her computer screen during a media open house at the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) National Laboratory Center in Beltsville, Maryland June 18, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR3EZBH
March 14, 2013
Employees of Germany's biggest cable operator, Kabel Deutschland, are pictured at the server room at...
Frankfurt, Germany
Employees of Kabel Deutschland are pictured at the server room at the Kabel Deutschland playout center...
Employees of Germany's biggest cable operator, Kabel Deutschland, are pictured at the server room at the Kabel Deutschland playout center in Frankfurt February 25, 2013. Kabel Deutschland is to hike its dividend 67 percent in a move which some traders and investors saw as a first defensive jab to ward off a possible 10 billion euros ($13.4 billion) bid from Vodafone. Picture taken February 25, 2013. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3ENAR
March 06, 2013
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe poses...
Leuven, Belgium
Vancraen chief executive of Belgian company Materialise poses for Reuters next to 3D designed objects...
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe poses for Reuters next to 3D designed objects at the company's headquarters in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3ENAP
March 06, 2013
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe,...
Leuven, Belgium
Vancraen chief executive of Belgian company Materialise poses for Reuters on a 3D designed chair in Leuven...
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, poses for Reuters on a 3D KOL/MAC Root Chair by Sulan Kolatan and William MacDonald, built in one piece on Materialise's Mammoth Stereolithography Machine, at the company's headquarters in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3ENAM
March 06, 2013
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe,...
Leuven, Belgium
Vancraen chief executive of Belgian company Materialise poses for Reuters next to 3D designed objects...
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, poses for Reuters next to 3D designed objects at the company's headquarters in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3ENAJ
March 06, 2013
A technician at Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, operates a laser sintering...
Leuven, Belgium
A technician at Materialise operates laser sintering machine that uses high-powered lasers to fuse particles...
A technician at Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, operates a laser sintering machine that uses high-powered lasers to fuse particles of plastic, layer by layer, to create 3D objects, at the company's headquarters in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3ENAG
March 06, 2013
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe poses...
Leuven, Belgium
Vancraen chief executive of Materialise poses for Reuters next to 3D designed objects at the company's...
Wilfried Vancraen, chief executive of Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe poses for Reuters next to 3D designed objects at the company's headquarters in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3ENAC
March 06, 2013
A technician at Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, operates a Materialise...
Leuven, Belgium
A technician at Belgian company Materialise operates Mammoth stereolithography machine in Leuven
A technician at Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, operates a Materialise patented Mammoth stereolithography machine, capable of printing parts of up to 2100x680x800mm in one piece, to create 3D objects, at the company's headquarters in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3ENA9
March 06, 2013
Vanessa Palsenbarg, Corporate Communications Specialist at Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D...
Leuven, Belgium
Palsenbarg shows a 3D model called Burn Mask at the Materialise's headquarters in Leuven
Vanessa Palsenbarg, Corporate Communications Specialist at Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, shows a 3D model called Burn Mask, a customized mask for facial scar management at the company's headquarters in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3EN9Q
March 06, 2013
A 3D vase called The Hidden, designed by Dan Yeffetlamp is seen at the Belgian company Materialise, the...
Leuven, Belgium
A 3D vase is seen at the Belgian company Materialise the biggest 3D printer in Europe in Leuven
A 3D vase called The Hidden, designed by Dan Yeffetlamp is seen at the Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, in Leuven January 24, 2013. 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. 3D printing removes the limitations of the manufacturing process from the equation, which means whatever can be designed on a computer can be turned into an object, specialists say. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTR3CGCH
January 14, 2013
A technician works in the control room inside Furnas hydroelectric dam, running at only 15 percent of...
SAO JOSE DA BARRA, Brazil
A technician works in the control room inside Furnas hydroelectric dam in Minas Gerais
A technician works in the control room inside Furnas hydroelectric dam, running at only 15 percent of capacity due to low water levels, according to the dam's operator, in the city of Sao Jose da Barra in the state of Minas Gerais in Central Brazil, January 14, 2013. One of the worst droughts in Brazil's history is depriving many dams of the water they need to generate electricity, but Brazil looks less vulnerable today to an energy crisis similar to one in 2001, since the government built dozens of thermoelectric power plants to reduce the country's dependence on hydro power from 88 percent to about 75 percent. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
AMAZON/
RTR3B00V
November 29, 2012
Developers and programmers participate in a coding challenge at the AWS Re:Invent conference at the Sands...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Developers and programmers participate in a coding challenge at the AWS Re:Invent conference in Las Vegas...
Developers and programmers participate in a coding challenge at the AWS Re:Invent conference at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas Nevada Nov. 28, 2012. REUTERS/Richard Brian(UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
MARKETS-STOCKS/
RTR3AEGP
November 14, 2012
Trading specialist Scott Grau (2nd R)and the team from MND Partners concentrate on data displayed on...
New York, UNITED STATES
Trading specialist Scott Grau and the team from MND Partners concentrate on data displayed on computer...
Trading specialist Scott Grau (2nd R)and the team from MND Partners concentrate on data displayed on computer monitors at their trading station on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, November 14, 2012. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
MARKETS-STOCKS/
RTR3AEG5
November 14, 2012
Trading specialist Ben Willis works on a handheld computer on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Trading specialist Ben Willis works on a handheld computer on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange...
Trading specialist Ben Willis works on a handheld computer on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, November 14, 2012. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
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