Daily Technology News For 8th 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, 8th March 2010.
Today’s Hot Topic: Counterfeit drug pushes are targeting UK based University websites, according to the BBC.
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: Mobile phones learn to lip read
- CNN Tech: Google vs. Apple: An epic battle
- Sky News: ‘News On The Net More Popular Than Papers’
- Telegraph: Microsoft ‘staking its future’ on cloud computing
- Financial Times: Complexity of ‘fraud’ boggles the mind
- Guardian: Digital economy bill likely to be pushed through before election
- The Wall Street Journal: Sony Gadgets Take Aim at Apple
- Times Online: The gogglebox gets googly
- BusinessWeek: How Colleges Are Buying Respect
- Reuters: Panasonic, Best Buy to tie up on 3D TV sales
- Computing: Tories urge cabinet secretary not to sign more IT contracts
- Computer Weekly: Secret talks could weaken ISPs’ protection against online piracy suits
- The Register: Panasonic intros two touchscreen Lumix G cameras
- IT Pro: Mobile web more popular than reading
- Silicon.com: Artificial intelligence: How advanced will AI be in 2100?
- CNET News: Final Cut Pro the Apple of Oscar’s eye
- Huffington Post: Is chasing cybercrooks worth it?
- Apple Insider: Transparent House creates "Anatomy of Apple Design" iPad tribute
- PC World: Wave of Ransom Malware Hits Internet
- Wired: How Big Waves Go Rogue
- Engadget: Palm Elan to be the next webOS smartphone, heading to AT&T?
- The Gadget Show: Motorola Android home phone arrives
- New Scientist: NASA turned on by blow-up space stations