News Headlines - 25 March 2011

▽Nintendo’s New World of Games: Three Dimensions, Zero Glasses - New York Times
Have you ever watched full-motion 3-D video without wearing those annoying special glasses? Didn’t think so. With the 3DS, set to makes its debut on Sunday, you will.

▽Nokia to use Symbian and Windows together for long time - Reuters
Nokia said it will continue to sell smartphones using its legacy Symbian software for a long time after its first phones using Microsoft's (MSFT.O) Windows go on sale.

▽Tube wi-fi internet plan progresses despite security fears - BBC
London Underground (LU) is pushing ahead with plans to set up a wi-fi internet network at 120 Tube stations - despite several security concerns.

▽The impact of the Rustock takedown - IT PRO
ANALYSIS Many security pros have been speculating about the impact of the Rustock botnet takedown... Geographically, the US saw a huge fall in spam, largely because most of the servers Rustock relied on were based in the country.

▽MySpace loses 10 million users in a month - Telegraph.co.uk
According to the latest comScore figures, MySpace lost 10 million unique users between January and February of this year, going form 73 million to 63 million in a matter of four weeks.







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