News Headlines - 06 October 2011

▽Steve Jobs dies: full coverage - Telegraph.co.uk
Steve Jobs, the Apple founder and former CEO, has died at the age of 56 after a long battle with cancer. "The world has lost a visionary," Barack Obama says in tribute.

▽Smartphones most popular platform for videogame developers - The Independent
An increasing number of videogame developers in the UK are turning to self-publishing, with the smartphone market emerging as the most popular gaming platform.
A new survey has found that 47 per cent of UK game developers self-publish games and of those, 67 per cent develop for the Apple iPhone.

▽Microsoft to win approval for Skype deal - Financial Times
Microsoft is set to win Brussels approval for its planned $8.5bn (€5.9bn) acquisition of online telephone service Skype, highlighting the turnround in its long-strained relations with European competition authorities.

▽Wayne Rooney's father arrested over alleged football betting scam - The Guardian
Police have arrested Wayne Rooney's father, his uncle Richie and seven other people, including a Scottish Premier League player, over allegations of a football betting scam...
Motherwell midfielder Steve Jennings was arrested after allegedly getting himself sent off deliberately during the match.

▽Japanese political power-broker Ozawa goes on trial - BBC
Ichiro Ozawa, one of Japan's most influential politicians, has gone on trial on charges of breaking political fundraising laws.







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