Technology Headlines For 1st March 2010
In this article we’ll take a look at some of the key technology news stories and headlines, from around the world, for Monday, 1st March 2010.
Today’s Hot Topic: Pinch, punch, and all that stuff! Apple are under some scrutiny after audits uncovered a number of violations.
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, AppleInsider, The Gadget Show, New Scientist, Gates Notes, Huffington Post and The Guardian.
- BBC Technology News: Debut for world’s fastest camera
- CNN Tech: Google in EU antitrust inquiry
- Sky News: New Grants To Cut Price Of Ultra-Low Carbon Cars
- Telegraph: Google launches ‘person finder’ for quake victims
- Financial Times: Christopher Caldwell: Is Google a monopoly?
- Guardian: The Google Three, Italy and Silvio Berlusconi
- The Wall Street Journal: Apple Finds Supplier Violations
- Times Online: Mandelson’s copyright laws face defeat
- BusinessWeek: Microsoft Aims for $1 Billion in Web-Program Sales
- Reuters: DRAM makers near deal in old U.S. anti-trust case
- Computing: Lloyds Banking Group cuts IT spend by £82m
- Computer Weekly: IBM and Shell use data analytics to find more oil and gas
- The Register: Lara Croft walks rings round Derby City
- IT Pro: Deal ends Fujitsu union woes
- Silicon.com: Datacentre that’s thinking inside the box: Photos
- CNET News: FCC previews details of National Broadband Plan
- Huffington Post: Apple Admits Using Child Labor
- Apple Insider: Apple taken to task for reporting partners’ child labor violations
- PC World: Apple: Underage Workers May Have Built Your iPhone
- Wired: College Student Dinged $27,750 for File Sharing 37 Songs
- Engadget: Mac support for Windows Phone 7 Series: ‘maybe’
- The Gadget Show: Sony Bravia Freeview TVs incoming
- New Scientist: Robots to rescue soldiers