News Headlines - 30 December 2010

▽Facebook Is Most Searched Term Of 2010 - ITProPortal
Interestingly, in the list of top ten most searched items in 2010, there were four variations of Facebook: Facebook, Facebook login, Facebook.com and www.facebook.com, accounting for 3.48 per cent of total searches.

▽Nintendo Japan Warns Kids Under 6 to Avoid 3DS - Wired News
According to The Wall Street Journal, the company posted the warning on its Japanese website in advance of an event promoting the device’s February release. According to its translation, the company is warning that, “For children under the age of six, looking at 3-D images for a long time could possibly have a negative impact on the growth of their eyes.”

▽Phone firms back common charger plan - BBC
Keeping a smartphone fully powered could soon be easier as manufacturers back common standards for chargers.
Technical specifications for chargers drawn up by the European Commission have won the backing of 14 phone firms.

▽Trojan Malware Targeting Android Smartphones Identified In China - ITProPortal
Security researchers have spotted a botnet-like Trojan virus targeted towards Google's Android operating system in China.
According to security firm Lookout Security, the virus, dubbed as 'Geinimi', is capable of infecting a significant amount of smartphones running the Android operating system.

▽Former Russian oligarch gets 14-year sentence - Los Angeles Times
Mikhail Khodorkovsky, convicted on new embezzlement and money-laundering charges, will remain behind bars until at least 2017. Western officials and human rights activists have condemned the case as politically motivated.







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