Technology News For 4th 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 Thursday, 4th February 2010.
Today’s Hot Topic: A recent University study has highlighted that making heavy use of the Internet may leave you feeling depressed – how depressing is that!?
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, Times Online, Reuters, Telegraph, The Gadget Show, New Scientist, Gates Notes and Guardian.
- BBC Technology News: Symbian code turns open source
- CNN Tech: Cisco blows past Street’s forecast
- Sky News: ‘Surfing The Web Can Make You Depressed’
- Telegraph: Google Nexus One update adds multi-touch
- Financial Times: Cisco routers blamed for Chinese hack
- Guardian: Excessive internet use linked to depression, research shows
- The Wall Street Journal: Pushing to Bring TV to the Internet
- Times Online: OFT may seek control of inquiry into Orange deal
- BusinessWeek: Adobe Says iPhone Risks Losing Customers
- Reuters: Next threat to Amazon’s $9.99 books? Rupert Murdoch
- Computing: LSE to move cash markets to MillenniumIT platform
- Computer Weekly: Websense losses decrease in 2009
- The Register: Google’s Android code deleted from Linux kernel
- IT Pro: Cambridge receives six-figure Google research grant
- Silicon.com: How cloud computing is like the credit crunch
- CNET News: Blogging declines among teens, young adults
- Wired: You Can Get Rid of DSL and Go Wireless
- Engadget: Intel swings 25nm factory doors open for a tour de fab
- The Gadget Show: Is Google getting ready to take on the iPad?
- New Scientist: Bill Gates digs deep for geoengineering