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China#39;s manned space docking mission between Shenzhou IX spacecraft and Tiangong-1 lab module has achieved a complete success, announced Chang Wanquan, chief commander of China#39;s manned space program here Friday.中国载人航天工程总指挥常万全周五宣布,天宫一号与神舟九号载人交会对接任务取得圆满成功。The Shenzhou IX spacecraft has landed safely at the main landing area in northern China#39;s Inner Mongolia autonomous region and all three astronauts aboard are in good physical condition, said Chang. Three astronauts who fulfilled China#39;s first manned space docking safely returned to earth on Friday morning.常万全表示,神舟九号飞船返回舱已在内蒙古主着陆场安全着陆,3名航天员身体状况良好 。三名圆满完成中国首次手动太空对接任务的宇航员已经于周五早晨安全返回地球。The return capsule of Shenzhou IX spacecraft touched down in north China#39;s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region as planned. Medical staff entered the capsule and reported the astronauts were in good conditions.神舟九号的返回舱已按照预定的计划顺利着陆于内蒙古自治区。医疗队人员进入返回舱中,报告三名宇航员身体状况良好。While in the capsule, the astronauts reported to the command center ;We have returned, and we feel good.;在返回舱中,宇航员向指挥中心报告说:“我们已经返回了,并且身体情况良好。”Jing Haipeng, commander of the Shenzhou IX crew, was the first to come out of the return capsule, followed by Liu Wang and the country#39;s first woman astronaut Liu Yang.神九指挥员景海鹏第一个从返回舱中走出,刘旺与中国第一位女宇航员刘洋紧随其后。The three will fly to Beijing after taking physical examinations in ambulance helicopters at the landing site.三人将在身体检查之后,在着陆地点搭乘医疗直升机飞往北京。Chinese leaders including Premier Wen Jiabao, He Guoqiang and Zhou Yongkang arrived at the Beijing Aerospace Flight Control Center Friday morning to watch the return of Shenzhou IX spacecraft. China#39;s Premier Wen Jiabao on Friday delivered a congratulatory note from the central authorities, celebrating the successful landing of the country#39;s Shenzhou IX spacecraft.总理温家宝,贺国强和周永康等国家领导人在周五早晨抵达北京航天飞行控制中心,观看了神九降落的情况。温家宝总理向中心高层表示祝贺,庆祝神舟九号飞船的成功着陆。The central authorities express congratulations to astronauts who successfully completed this mission and all people engaged in the mission, s the note sent by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, the State Council and the Central Military Commission.飞控中心领导向完成任务的三位宇航员以及所有参与此次任务的工作人员表示祝贺,并宣读了中共中央委员会、国务院以及中央军事委员会的贺信。The successful rendezvous and docking between the target orbiter Tiangong-1 and the Shenzhou IX spacecraft marks a significant breakthrough in China#39;s space docking technology, and it also marks decisive progress in fulfilling the second strategic target of China#39;s manned space program, s the note.此次天宫一号与神舟九号宇宙飞船的成功交会与对接,标志着中国太空对接技术的巨大突破,也标志着中国载人航天工程在完成第二战略目标中决定性的进步。On June 24, the three Chinese astronauts successfully completed a manual docking between the Shenzhou IX spacecraft and the orbiting Tiangong-1 lab module, the first such attempt in China#39;s history of space exploration.在6月24日,三位中国航天员成功完成了神舟九号宇宙飞船与天宫一号太空实验室的手动对接,这是中国太空探险历史上的首次尝试。The success of the procedure shows that China has completely grasped space rendezvous and docking technologies and the country is fully capable of transporting humans and cargo to an orbiter in space, which is essential for the country#39;s plans to build a space station around 2020.这次对接的成功表明中国已经完全掌握了太空交会对接技术,并且能够将人与货物送往卫星。这对我国2020年完成太空空间站有非常重大的意义。 /201206/188714。

After three years of trying to repair businesses that proved to be unfixable, Nokia Corp. NOK1V.HE +33.94% Chief Executive Stephen Elop is back at Microsoft Corp. MSFT -4.55% to help shape the legacy of the software giant#39;s longtime boss, and potentially take his job. 三年来试图修复最终明是无药可救的业务之后,诺基亚(Nokia Corp.)首席执行长(CEO)埃洛普(Stephen Elop)又回到了微软(Microsoft Corp.),帮助塑造这家软件巨头长期掌门人的留下的“遗产”,并有可能取而代之。 Nokia on Tuesday announced the billion sale of an ailing handset business to Microsoft, ending several months of discussions between Mr. Elop and Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer. The negotiations were the subject of dozens of boardroom deliberations on both sides of the Atlantic. 诺基亚周二宣布以70亿美元的价格将境况不佳的手机业务出售给微软,结束了埃洛普和微软CEO鲍尔默(Steve Ballmer)之间历时数月的谈判。地处大西洋两岸的这两家公司的董事会都为这些谈判召开了数十次的会议。 Nokia shareholders and many in Finland applauded the move. Nokia shares jumped 34% to 3.97 euros (.24) in Helsinki trading Tuesday amid sentiment that the deal is the best solution for a mobile-device operation that aly relied heavily on Microsoft Windows technology. 诺基亚股东和许多芬兰人鼓掌欢迎这一收购行动。诺基亚股票周二在赫尔辛基跃升34%,至3.97欧元(合5.24美元),人们认为对于已经严重依赖微软Windows技术的移动设备业务来说,该交易是最好的解决方案。 It is a stark reversal to the chilly reception Mr. Elop has recently weathered in Helsinki, where some had taken to calling him #39;Stephen Eflop.#39; 这与埃洛普近来在赫尔辛基遭到的冷遇形成了鲜明对比,赫尔辛基的一些人已经开始叫他“埃笨伯”(Stephen Eflop)。 Having left Microsoft after running the company#39;s profitable business division, Mr. Elop returns a bit of a hero. He was the only executive in the global handset business to exclusively use the Microsoft mobile platform and Nokia now sells nearly every Windows phone that is sold world-wide. 埃洛普离开微软之前负责该公司利润丰厚的企业部门,此次又几乎以英雄姿态回归微软。他是全球手机企业中唯一一位专门使用微软手机平台的CEO,如今在全球销售的所有Windows手机几乎都是由诺基亚销售。 The table is set for the 49-year-old executive to help Mr. Ballmer pull off an ambitious plan and, in the process, win respect in Microsoft#39;s board room as its directors search for a new CEO. 现在已经万事俱备,49岁的埃洛普将帮助鲍尔默实施宏大的计划,并且在这个过程中赢得微软董事会的尊重。目前微软董事会正在搜寻新CEO人选。 In an interview Tuesday, Mr. Ballmer said the public shouldn#39;t too much into what the deal means for Mr. Elop#39;s future, but acknowledged his longtime associate has gone from being an external candidate to an internal candidate. 鲍尔默周二接受采访时说,公众不应过度解读这桩交易对于埃洛普未来的意义,但承认曾长期担任他助手的埃洛普已经从外部候选人变成内部候选人。 The immediate goal is to work hand-in-hand with engineers and marketing staff at Microsoft to put the pieces in place to truly compete with rivals. The executives are eager to develop a legitimate third ecosystem capable of taking on players like Samsung Electronics Co., 005930.SE -1.04% Apple Inc., and Google Inc., GOOG +1.59% which are miles ahead thanks to iOS and Android. 两家达成交易后的近期目标是与微软的工程师和营销人员通力合作,利用现有资源真正与对手展开竞争。管理层渴望开发合理的第三种生态系统,能够挑战三星电子(Samsung Electronics Co.)、苹果(Apple Inc.)和谷歌(Google Inc.)等厂商,这些厂商凭借苹果iOS和谷歌安卓(Android)操作系统遥遥领先。 If he fails, Mr. Ballmer#39;s legacy will be dented. The Microsoft chief has been criticized for not keeping up in a fast-moving industry. People involved in the Nokia deal say the play for a struggling handset business is one last effort to prove his mettle. 如果失败,鲍尔默的“遗产”将受损。这位微软CEO已经因未能跟上快速变化的行业动向而受到批评。参与诺基亚交易的人士说,收购一家陷入困境的手机企业是明他勇气的最后行动。 In choosing Mr. Elop to lead the integration of the new business, Mr. Ballmer taps a respected ally. During the interview, Mr. Ballmer said he values Mr. Elop as a partner. The Canadian-born executive was one of the few people he called before announcing his coming retirement. 通过选择埃洛普领导新企业的整合,鲍尔默争取到了一位受人尊敬的盟友。鲍尔默接受采访时说,他将埃洛普视为合作伙伴。出生于加拿大的埃洛普是鲍尔默宣布即将退休之前致电的少数人之一。 Mr. Ballmer also picked an executive who hasn#39;t strayed far from home. 此外,鲍尔默还选择了一个离家不远的高管。 Since joining Nokia in 2010, Mr. Elop has taken commercial flights between Helsinki and Seattle. He essentially lived out of a suitcase to balance the demands of turning around a crumbling business and raising teenage daughters whom he didn#39;t want to uproot. 2010年加入诺基亚以来,埃洛普便乘坐商业航班往返于赫尔辛基和西雅图之间。工作上,他要让一个濒临崩溃的公司实现华丽转身;家庭生活中,他要抚养十几岁的女儿,又不愿让她们迁居别处。为了平衡这两方面的需求,埃洛普基本上是拎着手提箱来回奔波。 Mr. Elop isn#39;t a stranger to tough decisions. He made waves almost immediately after starting at Nokia. He set to work on a plan that would lead to tens of thousands of job cuts and a downsizing of Nokia#39;s treasured research and development department. He sold key assets, including the seaside headquarters near Helsinki and closed the last remaining handset factory in Finland. 对于做艰难的决定,埃洛普可谓驾轻就熟。在诺基亚上任后,他立即开始“大动干戈”。先是着手制定计划,准备裁员数万人,精简备受诺基亚重视的研发部门,而后卖掉了赫尔辛基附近临海总部大楼等关键资产,并且关闭了该公司位于芬兰的最后一个手机工厂。 He also changed the focus. Earlier this year, after an extensive rebuild of the Nokia Siemens Networks wireless division, Mr. Elop paid about .2 billion to buy out Siemens . Nokia now looks a lot like Sweden#39;s Ericsson, which exited handset manufacturing a couple of years ago and is now making big profits selling infrastructure. 此外,埃洛普还改变了诺基亚的关注焦点。今年早些时候,在诺基亚西门子通信公司(Nokia Siemens Networks)无线业务经历了一番重建后,埃洛普付了约22亿美元收购西门子公司(Siemens )在该合资公司中的股份。诺基亚现在看上去与瑞典的爱立信(Ericsson)十分相似,后者在几年前退出了手机生产业务,目前正通过出售基础设施赚取巨额利润。 The results of the handset strategy have been less than stellar. 诺基亚手机战略的效果称不上完美。 Nokia#39;s cash burn and losses have narrowed, but it only controls about 3% of the global smartphone market and 14% of a total handset market. While many analysts have blamed Nokia#39;s demise on a weak Microsoft operating system, criticism can be aimed at Nokia executives who underestimated rivals. 诺基亚的现金消耗与亏损有所收窄,但该公司目前只控制着全球3%的智能手机市场和14%的整体手机市场。虽然很多分析人士将诺基亚的衰落归咎于微软不给力的操作系统,但其实也可将批评的矛头对准诺基亚高管,是他们低估了竞争对手。 In recent months, it became increasingly clear the Windows phone strategy was running into a roadblock. No matter how good Nokia#39;s new Lumia smartphones were, other players in the industry-particularly Samsung Electronics-had deeper pockets that allowed them to pour far more money into marketing and discounting smartphones than Mr. Elop has initially calculated. 近几个月愈发明确的一点是,Windows手机战略受阻。不管诺基亚的新智能手机Lumia有多棒,业内其它厂家(特别是三星电子)都十分财大气粗,可在智能手机的营销和打折方面投入远多于埃洛普最初以为的大量资金。 Samsung#39;s market share, fueled by the popularity of both the Galaxy handset and the Google Inc. Android operating system it runs, has skyrocketed as Nokia#39;s share plummeted, with the Korean company overtaking Nokia at No. 1 in 2012. 随着诺基亚手机市场份额暴跌,三星电子的市场份额则出现飙升,这得益于Galaxy手机与其搭载的谷歌安卓操作系统的高人气。这家韩国公司已于2012年取代诺基亚,成为全球第一大手机生产商。 Mr. Elop has done his best to paint a positive picture of Nokia#39;s phone business, pointing out that Lumia volume, while small, has been growing, with sales increasing 32% to 7.4 million in the second quarter. Samsung, however, sold nearly 10 times as many smartphones in the first three months of 2013. 埃洛普竭尽所能地为诺基亚手机业务描绘出一幅积极图景。他指出,Lumia虽然销量不大,却在逐步增长。今年第二季度,Lumia销量达到740万部,增幅为32%。今年前三个月,三星电子的智能手机销量是Lumia的近10倍。 The clock is now ticking on Mr. Elop#39;s attempt to catch up. 时间紧迫,埃洛普应加快追赶步伐。 /201309/255239。

With Samsung chairman Lee Kun-hee, 72, still uncnscius in Samsung Medical Center, attentin in the Suth Krean media has shifted t his likely successr. Lee inherited the cmpany frm his father and ne f his kin will inherit it frm him.72岁的三星(Samsung)董事长李健熙眼下仍然在三星医疗中心(Samsung Medical Center)昏迷不醒,韩国媒体已经将注意力转移到了他潜在的继任者身上。李健熙从父亲那里继承了三星公司。现在,他的一位亲属将从他手中接过领导公司的重担。The cast f characters, frm left:下面是李氏家族的成员名单,对应上图从左至右分别是:Lee B-jin: First daughter and president f the Shilla Htel chain, a Samsung subsidiary.李富真:长女,三星子公司新罗酒店(Shilla Htel chain)总裁。Hng Ra-hee: Wife and directr f the Samsung Art Museum.洪罗喜:妻子,三星艺术物馆(Samsung Art Museum)总监。Lee Kun-hee: Patriarch and Samsung chairman.李健熙:家长,三星董事长。Lee Se-yen: Secnd daughter and president f Cheil Wrldwide (advertising and public relatins), a Samsung subsidiary.李叙显:次女,三星子公司第一企划(Cheil Wrldwide,广告与公关公司)总裁。Chi Gee-sung: N relatin. CE f Samsung Electrnics since 2009, when the trubles with Apple (AAPL) began.崔志成:无亲缘关系。自2009年起担任三星电子CE。当时,三星与苹果(Apple)的麻烦刚刚开始。Lee Jae-yng (leaning away): Sn and Samsung#39;s vice-chairman. The heir apparent.李在镕(照片中身体向外侧倾斜者):独子,三星副董事长。法定继承人。 /201405/299851。

Ruthless -- perhaps criminal -- business tactics are the rule not the exception at Apple (AAPL) and Samsung.无情(甚至罪恶)的商业手段成为常规操作,苹果(Apple)和三星(Samsung)也不例外。That#39;s the take-home message from a pair of stories being widely re-tweeted this weekend, one from the New York Times, the other from Vanity Fair.这是上周末两篇获得社交媒体广泛转发文章的核心内容,其中一篇出自《纽约时报》(New York Times),另外一篇出自《名利场》杂志(Vanity Fair)。According to James Stewart, who won a Pulitzer in 1988 for a series about insider trading, Steve Jobs ought to have died in jail. According to Kurt Eichenwald, two-time Polk winner and 2000 Pulitzer finalist for an investigation of medical clinical trials, Samsung should have been shut down years ago.据因一系列揭露内幕交易的报道而获得1988年普利策奖(Pulitzer)的詹姆斯o斯图尔特报道称,史蒂夫o乔布斯本应该死在狱中。据两度获得波卡奖(Polk)、因报道药品临床试验获2000年普利策奖提名的库尔特o艾肯沃德报道称,三星本应在多年前就被勒令关门歇业。A pair of appetizers:下面吊一吊大家的胃口:If Steve Jobs were alive today, should he be in jail? That#39;s the provocative question being debated in antitrust circles in the wake of revelations that Mr. Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, who is deeply revered in Silicon Valley, was the driving force in a conspiracy to prevent competitors from poaching employees... Mr. Jobs ;was a walking antitrust violation,; said Herbert Hovenkamp, a professor at the University of Iowa College of Law and an expert in antitrust law. ;I#39;m simply astounded by the risks he seemed willing to take.; -- New York Times: Steve Jobs Defied Convention, and Perhaps the Law.如果史蒂夫o乔布斯当今还活在世上,他是否应当被关进监狱?这个话题在反垄断业界中引起了热议,因为人们最近发现,在硅谷享有盛名的苹果公司联合创始人乔布斯是“防止对手挖墙脚”阴谋的推手......乔布斯“一贯违反反垄断法”,艾奥瓦大学(Iowa College of Law)法学院教授、反垄断专家哈伯特o霍温坎普(Herbert Hovenkamp)说:“我被他似乎心甘情愿去承担的风险惊呆了。”-- 《纽约时报》:史乔布斯挑战惯例,甚至法律。According to various court records and people who have worked with Samsung, ignoring competitors#39; patents is not uncommon for the Korean company. And once it#39;s caught it launches into the same sort of tactics used in the Apple case: countersue, delay, lose, delay, appeal, and then, when defeat is approaching, settle. ;They never met a patent they didn#39;t think they might like to use, no matter who it belongs to,; says Sam Baxter, a patent lawyer who once handled a case for Samsung. ;I represented [the Swedish telecommunications company] Ericsson, and they couldn#39;t lie if their lives depended on it, and I represented Samsung and they couldn#39;t tell the truth if their lives depended on it.; -- Vanity Fair: The Great Smartphone War.据不少法庭词和与三星合作的人士称,无视竞争对手的专利对于这家韩国公司并不是什么不寻常的事情。而且,一旦被抓住把柄,它就采取与苹果案件一样的策略,反诉、拖延、败诉、拖延、上诉,等到失败不可避免之时,再进行和解。“无论专利权属于谁,它们从来没遇到过它们认为不能拿来用的专利,”一位曾为三星代理案件的专利律师山姆o巴克斯特说。“我曾代表(瑞典电信公司)爱立信(Ericsson),如果事关他们的生计,他们就不会撒谎;而我代表三星时,如果事关他们的生计,他们肯定不会说实话。”-- 《名利场》:智能手机大战Each piece is hatchet job that dances to the edge of libel. Eichenwald at least has done some fresh reporting. Stewart#39;s story struck me as a rehash. Your mileage may vary.每篇报道都近乎是在诽谤的刀尖上跳舞。艾肯沃德至少做了一些一手的报道。而斯图尔特的文章在我看来就是炒冷饭。不过,你的观点可能会不一样。 /201405/299865。

China’s internet tsar has lashed out at US cyber hacking allegations against his country, saying it was in fact the “world’s largest victim” of the practice.中国国家互联网信息办公室主任鲁炜抨击了美国针对中国的网络攻击指控,他表示,实际上,中国是网络攻击的“主要受害国”。Lu Wei, who boasts the imposing title of minister of cyberspace, told a Beijing press conference that in the past month, 10,000 websites had been hacked in China, along with 80 per cent of government sites. He said the majority of the attacks originated in the US.他在北京的一个新闻发布会上表示,中国每月有1万多个网站被篡改,80%的政府网站受到过攻击。他表示,攻击的主要来源是美国。“There are some who accuse China of hacking, and here I must stress that we do not permit hacking of others’ networks to attain information,” said Mr Lu, adding: “China is the world’s main victim of cyber hacking.”鲁炜表示:“有些人诬蔑中国实施黑客攻击,我要强调的是,中国不允许非法网络攻击,不允许通过网络来窃取他国的秘密。”他补充称:“中国是网络攻击的主要受害国。”US authorities have consistently alleged the contrary: that China-based internet hackers – some with clear links to the government – have been responsible for internet-based espionage as well as attempts to disable US networks. In May, the US indicted five Chinese nationals on cyber espionage charges, saying they were soldiers in China’s army.美国政府则一直持相反的看法:位于中国的互联网黑客(其中一些明显与中国政府有关系)发动了互联网间谍活动,并企图令美国网络瘫痪。今年5月,美国指控5名中国公民参与网络间谍活动,称他们系中国军人。Mr Lu said smoothing out the Sino-US relationship was a priority and, to this end, the government had organised a conference, to be held in the scenic town of Wuzhen, Zhejiang province, near the headquarters of ecommerce giant Alibaba, for three days starting on November 19.鲁炜表示,中美关系顺利发展是优先任务,为此,中国政府将在浙江美丽的乌镇举办世界互联网大会,11月19日开幕,为期3天。乌镇距离电商巨头阿里巴巴(Alibaba)总部不远。Key government figures, as well as the chairmen of China’s three largest companies – Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent – had all agreed to attend, he said. The goal would be to “showcase the results of the first 20 years of the development of the Chinese internet”.他表示,许多国际政要以及中国三大互联网企业——百度(Baidu)、阿里巴巴和腾讯(Tencent)——的董事长都同意参加此次大会。大会的目的是“展现中国互联网20年来的发展成果”。Despite the war of words between Beijing and Washington, he stressed the majority of the guests at the Wuzhen summit would be from the US.尽管中美之间存在分歧,但他强调,在此次乌镇峰会上,美国来的客人将是最多的。As to China’s internet restrictions, Mr Lu took a position, common for Chinese officials, who do not publicly confirm the existence of wide-ranging censorship popularly known as the “great firewall”.在谈到中国的互联网限制措施时,鲁炜的态度与其他中国官员的普遍态度一致,即不公开实存在广泛的审查制度,这一制度被称为“防火长城”。“I have never tried to log on to Facebook, so I don’t know if it has been shut off,” he answered in response to a question about why the US social networking site had been blocked in China.他在回答有关美国社交网站Facebook在中国无法访问的问题时表示:“我没有用过这些网站的体验,我不知道它们是不是被关闭。”“We will not allow foreign companies to take over the market, take the Chinese people’s money and cause harm to the Chinese people,” he said, when asked vaguely about restrictions on foreign internet sites.在有记者含糊地问到有关针对外国互联网网站的限制时,他回答:“我们现在不能允许的是,既占了中国市场,又挣了中国的钱,还来伤害中国,这种情况我们是不能允许的。” /201411/339510。