News Headlines - 11 April 2011

▽Women detained at veil protest in France - Los Angeles Times
Four women who took part in a protest over a ban on wearing veils in public refused to leave, police say. They were later released.

▽France’s burka ban is a victory for tolerance - Telegraph.co.uk
Despite some high-profile protests, France’s banning of the burka is enormously popular with the public. Unfortunately, as in Britain, almost anything politicians do that the voters approve of tends to be denounced as populisme – a particularly dread charge among the over-earnest French political class – and instead of enjoying the deserved benefits, President Nicolas Sarkozy has found himself on the defensive.

▽Daniel Radcliffe's Spooky 'Woman In Black' Teaser Trailer Hits Internet - MTV.com
Following the appearance of photos of Radcliffe in his "Woman in Black" getup (fancy tie, waistcoat, sideburns), a teaser trailer for the film is now online.

▽Apple to Lead Tablet Market for Years, Research Firm Says - Wall Street Journal
Analysts at the firm estimate that Apple’s iOS operating system will be on more than half of tablets in the world for the next three years, although Google Inc.’s Android will grow steadily. By 2015, they say, iOS will be on 47.1% of tablets, with Android on 38.6% and Research In Motion’s QNX tablet system on 10%.

▽Steve Wozniak considering Apple return in Jobs' absence - T3
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has announced he would consider a return to the fruity tech company if asked despite wishing Apple products were more open.







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