News Headlines - 24 January 2011

▽Airport explosion fails to ground flights - FT.com
The international terminal at Moscow’s Domodedovo airport was still crowded with passengers in the hours after at least 35 travellers were killed in a suspected terrorist bombing.

▽David Cameron faces Labour questions over dinner with James Murdoch - The Guardian
David Cameron faced renewed pressure tonight over his close links to News Corp when Labour challenged him to explain whether he broke the ministerial code by having dinner over Christmas with James Murdoch, days after stripping Vince Cable of his media takeover powers.

▽Sarkozy targets commodities in G20 agenda - Reuters
French President Nicolas Sarkozy called on Monday for new rules to curb commodity price volatility, warning as he laid out his G20 agenda that the world risks food riots and weaker growth if leaders fail to act.

▽BBC to cut online budget by 25% - BBC
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-12265173The BBC is to cut about 200 websites as it reduces the amount of money it spends on its online output.

▽Smartphone-Powered Satellites Are Destined for Space Travel - Wired News
Dubbed Strand-1 (Surrey Training, Research and Nanosatellite Demonstrator), the 11.8-inch satellite will take pictures of Earth on a mission to be launched later in the year. Included in its control electronics are the guts of a commercial smartphone running Android.







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