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WASHINGTON, 27 de octubre de 2014 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- La Comisión de Seguridad de Productos del Consumidor de EE.UU., U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, CPSC) anunció los nombres de cuatro desarrolladores como ganadores del primer concurso desafío app de seguridad "Safety Apps Challenge" de la CPSC en una rueda de prensa celebrada hoy. Hace unos meses la CPSC desafió a desarrolladores a crear aplicaciones (apps) que ayudaran a los consumidores a seguir avisos sobre retiros del mercado y sobre incidentes de seguridad de productos del consumidor. Nueve desarrolladores de alrededor del país asumieron el reto y entregaron sus propuestas, que utilizan SaferProducts.gov y APIs (Application Programming Interface o IPA, interfaz de programación de aplicaciones) de retiros del mercado de la CPSC, para diseñar formas innovadoras de acceder a datos sobre retiros e incidentes de la CPSC. Logo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20030904/USCSCLOGO "Estos desarrolladores de apps nos han inspirado con su creatividad", dijo el presidente de la CPSC Elliot F. Kaye. "Los felicito por recurrir a la innovación y la tecnología para promover la causa de la seguridad de los productos. Los consumidores son los verdaderos ganadores de este desafío de apps, ya que ahora cuentan con nuevas herramientas móviles que los ayudan a mantenerse informados sobre retiros del mercado e incidentes de seguridad de los productos". Los cuatro ganadores del concurso Consumer Product Safety Apps Challenge y sus aplicaciones seleccionadas por un jurado experto de la industria son: 1. App "Safety Checker" de Tom Nguyen: Tom Nguyen, desarrollador full-stack y diseñador de Nashville, Tennessee, creó la app "Safety Checker" que ganó el premio "Best Mashup with Search Tools" (mejor aplicación híbrida con herramientas de búsqueda). "Safety Checker" empodera al consumidor con información portátil sobre seguridad de productos. La app está diseñada para ser sencilla y facilitar la búsqueda de incidentes en…
WASHINGTON, Oct. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CCTV America, the U-S production arm of China Central Television has sent a team of journalists from Washington into Middle America to talk to residents about their concerns and the upcoming midterm elections. From Chicago to St. Louis to Little Rock to Memphis, Correspondents Sean Callebs and Wang Guan are documenting people's stories, what issues matter to them, and why. It is a first – on-the-road – US-China election collaboration. Each night from October 27th at 9pm US eastern time, (repeated daily at 4pm eastern plus online) through Election Day, the CCTV America team tackles different election related issues from different locations. Correspondent Sean Callebs, a veteran of election campaigns back to 1984, reports on Tuesday October 28th from St Louis on the immigration debate. The roadshow travels Wednesday to Waynesville, Missouri to explore America's controversial health care issue. Later in the lead up to elections day, the team tackles the debate over a national minimum wage, the money politics driving the election campaign and how new foreign policy issues may be impacting voters. Correspondent Wang Guan sees the American political cycle through Chinese eyes, reporting for both Chinese viewers in China and American viewers alike. His observations add a unique global angle to the CCTV America coverage. Follow along with CCTV America's On The Road Team at www.cctv-america.com and http://cctvontheroad.tumblr.com. Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20141027/154710 SOURCE CCTV America CONTACT: Esta dirección de correo electrónico está protegida contra spambots. Necesita activar JavaScript para visualizarla. or 202-621-3523 RELATED LINKS http://www.cctv-america.com
STRASBOURG,France, 27 October 2014 / PRN Africa / -- As MEPs undertake activities outside the Parliament this week no committee meetings are scheduled in Brussels. Members will use the opportunity to interact with their electorates in their home constituencies. Others have duties in their parliamentary delegations, responsible for maintaining relations with non-EU countries. Two delegations of MEPs who were in Tunisia and Ukraine to observe elections there are due to present their findings this week. Parliamentary elections were held in both Tunisia and Ukraine yesterday 26 October. Delegations from the Parliament were present in both countries to observe that all was above board. Croatian MEP Andrej Plenković (EPP) lead a group of fourteen members to Ukraine and will present the delegation's preliminary conclusions on the election process today Monday in Kiev. You can follow the press conference from 13.30 CET. German MEP Michael Gahler (EPP) chaired a delegation to Tunisia to observe the elections there. Preliminary conclusions of their mission will be presented in Tunis on Tuesday. Copyright European Union, 1995-2014 SOURCE European Parliament

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