Technology Headlines For 26th February 2010
In this article we’ll take a look at some of the key technology news stories and headlines, from around the world, for Friday, 26th February 2010.
Today’s Hot Topic: It looks as if Microsoft has been successful in moving to shutdown a major SPAM network.
The headlines in technology news today are gathered from internet based news sources including BBC Technology News, CNN Technology, Sky News, BusinessWeek, Computing, Computer Weekly, BBC dot.life, IT Pro, Register, Wired, CNET News, The Wall Street Journal, Silicon.com, Engadget, Financial Times, PC World, Times Online, Reuters, Telegraph, The Gadget Show, New Scientist, Gates Notes, Huffington Post and The Guardian.
- BBC Technology News: Microsoft shuts down spam network
- CNN Tech: Palm hurt by smartphone outlook
- Sky News: Mitsubishi Turns To UK In Giant Turbine Deal
- Telegraph: British web archive ‘will only cover one in 100 sites’
- Financial Times: Mandelson criticised for backing Google plan
- Guardian: Is copyright getting in the way of us preserving our history?
- The Wall Street Journal: Jobs Defends Apple’s Cash Hoard
- Times Online: British Library launches UK internet archive
- BusinessWeek: Apple May Put iPhone OS on Other Devices
- Reuters: Facebook urged to act after memorial sites defaced
- Computing: Web giants team up to help UK’s small firms
- Computer Weekly: Nominet votes for internet self-rule
- The Register: Adobe Photoshop celebrates big 2-0
- IT Pro: iPad questions loom for Steve Jobs
- Silicon.com: Virgin Media: ’100Mbps broadband coming this year’
- CNET News: Social networking belongs in school
- Huffington Post: Apple Shareholders Reject Proposed Environmental Measures
- PC World: Google Upgrades Six Gmail Features, Cuts Five Others
- Wired: How Google’s Algorithm Rules the Web
- Engadget: HP Mini 210 HD edition review
- The Gadget Show: Roth releases pair of Charlies
- New Scientist: 3D display made of flying pixel-copters in the works