Technology News For 10th 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 Wednesday, 10th March 2010.
Today’s Hot Topic: Cisco are in the news today after announcing CRS-3 technology which CNN are reporting may be able to offer downloads of up 322 Terabits per second.
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: Hard drive evolution could hit XP
- CNN Tech: Cisco unveils ultra-fast Internet technology
- Sky News: Internet Bypasses Too Many, Warns Queen
- Telegraph: Google Streetview to cover every UK road
- Financial Times: MySpace plans phased revamp
- Guardian: Police criticise Facebook safety record after murder
- The Wall Street Journal: Google Tests TV Search Service
- Times Online: Web firms that allow child sex sites blocked
- BusinessWeek: Web-Connected TV: A Distant Dream for App Makers
- Reuters: U.S. weighing China Internet censorship case
- Computing: Black week for HP as troubles mount
- Computer Weekly: Opinion: Is BCS priority the business or its members?
- The Register: Apple’s draconian developer docs revealed
- IT Pro: Mum’s maiden name not secure enough…
- Silicon.com: Digital Dilemmas: How to clean up after an email blunder
- CNET News: iPhone 4G: 25 most-wanted features
- Huffington Post: New Rocket Engine Could Take Humans To Mars In Just 40 Days
- Apple Insider: Apple to build 5 million iPads during first half of 2010 – report
- PC World: Google Fiber Draws Another Bid
- Wired: Just How Fast Is Cisco’s New Router? Really Freaking Fast
- Engadget: Does Android dream of DIY cushions?
- The Gadget Show: Happy Hour watch – for party o’clock
- New Scientist: Obama criticised for lack of science reform