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Computex 2011 Booth Babe Edition

Computex 2011 Booth Babe Edition

I may have said this before but there are actually two shows going on at Computex. You have the main hardware and computer based show and the second show which includes booth babes, showgirls, and other assorted models tasked with attracting visitors to their booth. While I am not at the show for the girls it is difficult to ignore their existence. In fact based on past traffic numbers neither can you.

Computex 2011: Booth Babes Gallery

Computex 2011: Booth Babes Gallery

This years Computex 2011 kicks off with a look at the awesome booth babes of Computex. With a fair amount of costumed cuties and some fun pictures thrown in as well. No one does Booth Babes quite like Asian countries.

Computex 2011 International Press Conference New Product Preview

Computex 2011 International Press Conference New Product Preview

This years Computex 2011 kicks off with a look at the New Product Previews press conference. With over 120,000 expected visitors and 36,000 overseas visitors Computex hopes to garner even more international attention and business. This year Computex announces a partnership with CeBIT that promises to eclipse CES in business development.

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Falcao fires Porto to Europa League trophy

Falcao fires Porto to Europa League trophy

Europa League record-setter Falcao has headed Porto to the continent's silver medal title as they dumped fellow Portuguese side Braga 1-0 in the final at Dublin       

Kings of Spain: Barca make it three in a row

Kings of Spain: Barca make it three in a row

Guardiola's Barcelona have yet again dominated La Liga, lifting a third successive trophy after drawing 1-1 with Levante. That's the domestic game sorted: now for the Champions League final...

Allegri's men end seven-year Scudetto drought at packed-out Olimpico

Allegri's men end seven-year Scudetto drought at packed-out Olimpico

A solid defensive display saw AC Milan cross the finish line in the race for the Scudetto as a 0-0 draw was enough for Massimiliano Allegri's side to clinch the Serie A title for the 18th time in the club's history.

The Rossoneri, who have led the table for almost the entire season, came close to beating Roma, with Robinho striking the post and Kevin-Prince Boateng shooting narrowly wide, but a point was enough for them to end their seven-year wait for the league crown.

Mirko Vucinic almost spoilt the Milan party, missing a volleyed chance within the area after Marco Cassetti picked him out in acres of space at the far post after an opening quarter of an hour which saw Milan dominate possession, but lack any penetration.

Dream final on as rampant United join Barca

Dream final on as rampant United join Barca

Red Devils put on attacking masterclass to join Barcelona in Wembley final. Sir Alex Ferguson's men were convincing 4-1 winners against Schalke as the English club booked their spot in this year's Champions League final

Watch out, Wembley - Barca are coming

Watch out, Wembley - Barca are coming

Barcelona and Real Madrid battled to a 1-1 stalemate at Camp Nou on Tuesday, which was enough for Pep Guardiola's men to progress to the Champions League final by a 3-1 aggregate scoreline.

The Catalan side took the lead in the second half through Pedro’s strike only for Marcelo to equalise in the 64th minute.

The visitors were unable to complete their herculean task as Barca advanced to another Champions League final.

Osama bin Laden is dead, Obama says

Osama bin Laden is dead, Obama says

The mastermind of the worst terrorist attack on American soil is dead, U.S. President Barack Obama announced late Sunday night, almost 10 years after the attacks that killed more than 3,000 people.

Osama bin Laden -- the longtime leader of al Qaeda -- was killed by U.S. forces in a mansion outside the Pakistani capital of Islamabad along with other family members, a senior U.S. official told CNN.

U.S. officials have taken custody of bin Laden's body, Obama said. No Americans were harmed in the operation, he added.

United put a foot in the final

United put a foot in the final

Manuel Neuer showed just why he is one of the finest goalkeepers in the contemporary game but not even he could stop an outstanding Man United, who fully deserved to win.

Manchester United overcome a virtuoso display from Schalke goalkeeper Manuel Neuer to record a convincing 2-0 victory in their Champions League semi-final first leg clash in Gelsenkirchen. The overwhelmingly superior visitors take a two-goal advantage back to Old Trafford thanks to two strikes in three second-half minutes from Ryan Giggs and Wayne Rooney.

Robinho takes AC Milan closer to Scudetto

Robinho takes AC Milan closer to Scudetto

Brescia 0-1 AC Milan: Robinho gives league leaders late win as Rossoneri march on towards an 18th title.

The Brazilian scored a vital goal to give the table-toppers an eight point lead over city rivals Internazionale after an even contest that could have gone either way.

Higuain bags hat-trick for Real Madrid

Higuain bags hat-trick for Real Madrid

The Mestalla stadium witnessed some breath-taking football on Saturday evening, as Madrid put six goals past a Valencia side who never said die as they kept on fighting until the final whistle.

Karim Benzema had already struck the crossbar before he opened the scoring after 23 minutes when Valencia keeper Guaita gifted the Frenchmen with a near open goal.

Inter move up to second

Inter move up to second

Goals from Wesley Sneijder and Samuel Eto'o helped Inter Milan come from behind to beat Lazio 2-1 at the San Siro despite having goalkeeper Julio Cesar sent off in the first half.

Inter went into the game in third but moved up to second and increased their lead over Lazio, a place behind them in the Serie A table before the fixture, to six points to strengthen their Champions League claims.

Little Big Man

Little Big Man

If you've ever played tennis against a wall, you know one thing: The wall always wins. It was a lesson Manchester United was being reminded of in its match against Everton at Old Trafford on Saturday. David Moyes' side came to town as the hottest team in the league according to the form table -- four wins and two ties in its past six matches -- and with a singular mission against the Red Devils: park the bus.

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