News Headlines - 17 October 2010

▽Angela Merkel declares death of German multiculturalism - The Guardian
Chancellor Angela Merkel has declared the death of multiculturalism in Germany, saying that it had "failed utterly" , in what has been interpreted as a startling shift from her previous views. The German leader said it had been an illusion to think that Germans and foreign workers could "live happily side by side".

▽O2 becomes first UK mobile operator to offer location-based - HEXUS
The service will allow advertisers to send marketing material to opt-in end-users, which is targeted on both a demographic and geographic basis. It aims to capitalise on one of the key unique features of mobile advertising - to focus on people that are physically close to the product or service. Starbucks and L'Oréal will be the first to give it a 6 month trial.

▽Cambridge University 'may go private' - Telegraph.co.uk
Cambridge University may be forced to go private amid fears a rise in tuition fees is not enough to allow it to compete with elite institutions in the United States, it was claimed yesterday.

▽The £5 Million Diamond-Clad iPhone 4 In Details - ITProPortal
The ultimate proof that the recession is over, at least for the richest of us, is the fact that Stuart Hughes, the bling-iest Liverpudian of them all, brought out a £5 million iPhone 4 handset that's nearly three times more expensive than the 3GS it replaces.

▽Nokia’s first Symbian^3 device, Nokia N8 finally available in UK - NewsDen
Long-awaited Nokia’s savior, the Nokia N8 is finally on sale now in UK. It was not very easy for Nokia because first Nokia’s head of the mobile solutions business resigned and then last month, the company boss was replaced by new CEO. Also its rivals took over the high-end smartphones market but now Nokia is back in the game with the Nokia N8, Nokia’s first device to run on Symbian^3 operating system.







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