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2018 年 10 月 15 日  星期一   晴天


Austria comes to rescue of German slee Dual-SIM LTE Router 分類: 未分類

 


 
Germany's Deutsche Bahn is scrapping its sleeper trains but it's not quite the end of the line for fans of night-time journeys, thanks to a deal announced with Austrian Railways on Friday.

Germany's Deutsche Bahn is scrapping its sleeper trains but it's not quite the end of the line for fans of night-time journeys, thanks to a deal announced with Austrian Railways on Friday. 

The German state rail operator has long sought to rid itself of itIpsec Industrie Routers loss-making City Night Line services as travellers increasingly opt for short-haul flights to cover distances that would take many hours by train.

With the romantic idea of going to sleep in one country and waking up in another losing its appeal, rail companiM2M Industrie Routeres across Europe have been scaling back or phasing out their overnight services in recent years.

But Austrian Railways (OeBB), which believes there's still money to be made with sleeper berths, is bucking the trend.

It announced that it would spend 40 million euros ($45 million) on buying and renovating 42 sleeper trains from Deutsche Bahn, which have beds, and 15 couchette trains, where seats can be converted into bunks. 

OeBB said the deal would allow it to expand its Nightjet network in Germany and offer six new routes from December 11, including Hamburg to Zurich and Munich to Rome via Salzburg.

But the number of sleeper trains running in Germany will still only be around half of what Deutsche Bahn had offered.

"It's clear that night trains are a niche sector but this is a strong offer for certain target groups", OeBB chief Andreas Matthae said at a press conference in a nod to environmentally conscious travellers and families.

The Austrian rail operator said its overnight services account for some 17 percent of long-distance revenues. With its network expansion, it hopes to attract an extra 1.8 million Nightjet travellers over the next three years, on top of the one million annual passengers it already has.

Deutsche Bahn for its part said it would focus on introducing more long distance late-night services using its inter-city and high-speed trains, although passengers won't be able to lie down.

To make the journey more comfortable, the operator said lights would be dimmed and announcements kept to a minimum.

The cheaper, no-frills service is aimed at luring passengers away from long-distance bus routes.

"There will continue to be an attractive range of night-time travel options in Germany," Deutsche Bahn's Berthold Huber said in a statement, adding that the two companies were responding to "different travel needs".

Despite booking its first loss in 12 years in 2015, Deutsche Bahn is planning massive investments to improve the quality of its service and modernise its ageing infrastructure.Environmental campaigners and rail passenger groups have watched in dismay as European operators have one by one reduced their overnight offerings in the face of fierce competition from airlines and bus companies.

In France, the state-owned SNCF cut four night routes this month alone while two others -- the Paris-Nice line and Paris to Irun in Spain -- are to be scrapped next year.

A lack of profitability and passenger demand has seen Spain axe nearly all its night train services, including the Paris-Madrid route.

In BrIndustrie Computeritain, the only moonlight rail journeys left are London to Scotland and London to Cornwall.

The German rail passenger association Pro Bahn on Friday said it welcomed OeBB's partial rescue of Germany's sleepers, and stressed the benefits of night-time train travel.

"To board in the evening and wake up at your destination in the morning fully rested is something you can only get on classic night trains, where travellers can actually lie down," it said in a statement.





Aus Ipsec Industrie Router trian car buyer to get refund f 分類: 未分類

 


 
A Vienna court has ordered a car dealer to reimburse a customer who bought a Volkswagen car because it was fitted with software designed to cheat emissions tests, the buyer's lawyers said Thursday.

"If the plaintiff had known that software designed to cheat emissions tests had been installed on the vehicle concerned, she wouldn't have bought it," the Commercial Court said according to part of the ruling cited by the Poduschka law firm, who represented the customer.

The judgement, if not overturned on appeal, will mean that the car dealer will have to take back the vehicle, bought for €26,500 in 2012, and to pay out a refund with interest totalling €29,000.

The plaintiff's lawyers said the judgement was the most favourable decision from the Austrian courts to date for a car buyer.

In autumn 2015 Volkswagen admitted that it had equipped 11 million of its diesel vehicles with software capable of falsifying the results of anti-pollution tests and covering up emissions up to 40 times over authorised limits.

The scandal has alreIndustrie Router Verkäuferady cost the car giant more than €21 billion in vehicle recalls and legal cases. Several otheriot Lösungen car manufacturers have since also been investigated over similar practices.

READ ALSO: The Local Germany's 'Dieselgate'Hersteller; stories





B Industrie LTE Router SI knew about huge data theft weeks 分類: 未分類

 


 
German authorities knew about the theft of the digital identities of 16 million internet users in December, but kept it quiet as they claim they needed time to make "necessary preparations", it emerged on Wednesday.

Millions of accounts containing passwords and email addresseswere hackedby an unknown group,the Federal Office for Online Security (BSI) said on Tuesday.

But BSI President Michael Hange told Bayerischer Rundfunk radio victims were only now being told because authorities had needed time to make preparations.

That included setting up a website where people can check whether their details were among those stolen. The site, whichLTE Router went live on Tuesday, quickly crashed as 300,000 internet users attempted to see if their email addresses were among the ones hacked.

"We needed time to set up a process in line with data protection regulations and we also worked together with a provider," Hange said.

BSI said it hadhandled around 12. 6 million online queries and informed 884,000 affected users in Germany by Wednesday.

Justice Minister Heiko Maas, who is also responsible for consumer protection, has described the scale of the hack as "incompreheniot Lösungensible."

However he steered clear of laying blame on authorities for not making the hacking public sooner, stating he was "not familiar with such processes."

But he added: "If a tip is received and there is even a small chance that it's to be taken seriously, that must be communicated quickly."

"It's not just a case of computers being infected but about the theft of entire digital identities," Hange told the Tagesspiegel newspaper.

And Interior Minister Thomas de Mazièrepraised the BSI's "well-preparedoperation".

The BSI said the theft had was discovered by criminal investigators but declined to say how or which authority had conducted the probe.

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If the site does match the users email address as one of the 16 million stolen, then the BSI said the users computer was likely infected with malicious software.

Half of the accounts ended in .de meaning they were German-based, Tim Griese from FraM2M Industrie Routernkfurt-based BSI said on Tuesday.

Affected users are being warned to change all of their associated passwords, including those used to access social networks and for shopping online.

"In principle every form of abuse of data is possible," Thilo Weichert, Schleswig-Holstein state data protection officer, told the Berliner Zeitung. "We need to take this very seriously."

READ MORE: Hackers access 16 million email accounts





B Industrie Router ayern Munich's USA tour ends in resentm 分類: 未分類

 


 
Bayern Munich's tour of the USA has drawn to an inglorious close with a 2:1 defeat against a team of American Major League Soccer (MLS) All-Stars on Wednesday. The trip was supposed to see the Bavarian club break into the American market.

 

The match on Wednesday evening ended with Bayern trainer Pep Guardiola pointedly refusing to shake MLS coach Caleb Porter's hand, apparently angry about his opponents' aggressive play in what was supposed to be a friendly match.

Guardiola had earlier appeared furious over two fouls committed against Xherdan Shaqiri and Bastian Schweinsteiger.

''We tried to play, and congratulations to the MLS. I hope they invite us next year so we can try to take revenge,'' Guardiola said at the post-match press conference.

There were so many questions about the coldness between the two coaches that US Soccer President Sunil Gulati intervened on Twitter to show there were no hard feelings.

World Cup final hero Schweinsteiger had to leave the field due to a knee injury. The club confirmed on Thursday that it was "nothing dramatic".

The off-season trip across the Atlantic was supposed to showcase the famous German club and build a new fan base overseas.

But the tour was blighted from the start, with club staff and players including CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge unable to depart on schedule last week as they waited for their visas to be issued.

On Wednesday, Guardiola brought six team members from Germany's World Cup-winning squad onto the field for just 15 minutes in the second half.

The players had landed in the western Ipsec Industrie RouterUS city of Portland, Oregon, just hours before and couldn't reproduce the magic that had been on display in Brazil in July.

And humiliation was piled onto Bayern as a former teammate, Landon Donovan, scored the second goal for the MLS team in the 70th minute.

 

As well as the showcase game against the MLS All-Stars, players attenIoT Kommunikationded the opening of a club shop in New York's Manhattan district earlier on the trip.

The club had already launched a US website in mid-July a bid to attract some of the country's 60 million football fans.

SEE ALSO: Schweinsteiger sorry for holiday video





B LAN router orussia Dortmund go bottom of Bundesliga 分類: 未分類

 


 
Borussia Dortmund went bottom of the Bundesliga for the first time in seven years on Saturday with Jurgen Klopp's team now desperate to avoid a sixth straight league defeat.

Dortmund won the Bundesliga in 2011 and 2012 and were runners up in 2013 and 2014. Klopp's side dropped to 18th in the German table when Werder Bremen beat VfB Stuttgart 2-0 on Saturday, a result that lifted them off the bottom. Now rock-bottom Dortmund face a home game with high-flying Borussia Mönchengladbach, who are third, on Sunday. The last time that 2013 Champions League finalisindustrial iotts Dortmund found themsIndustrie LTE Routerelves bottom of the Bundesliga was August 2007, while Klopp took charge in July 2008. Dortmund's dire domestic form is sharply contrasted by their European campaign having already qualified for the last 16 in the Champions League with two games to spare after four consecutive wins. Klopp is waiting on the fitness of his Germany stars, winger Marco Reus and goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller, who are suffering from gastroenteritis, while Gladbach who are on a club record run of 17 games unbeaten, welcome backGermany squad member Max Kruse from injury. Dortmund face Arsenal away and Anderlecht at home in their remaining Champions League GrouLTE Routerp D games and are five points clear of Arsene Wenger's Gunners.