News Headlines - 04 March 2012

▽Putin Wins Vote but Faces Friction With Opponents - New York Times
Russian voters overwhelmingly granted Vladimir V. Putin a six-year term as president on Sunday, a widely expected outcome that set the stage for a far more suspenseful post-election confrontation between the freshly emboldened leader and an opposition movement that has repeatedly rallied tens of thousands of protesters.

▽Obama Warns Iran He Will Use Force If Necessary - www.defensenews.com
U.S. President Barack Obama reaffirmed his strong backing for key ally Israel on March 4, warning Iran that he would not hesitate to use force, if required, to stop it developing a nuclear weapon.

▽Meteor 'fireball' spotted in night sky across UK - The Guardian
A large, fiery meteor or meteorite streaked through the skies above the UK on Saturday night, shooting from northern Scotland to southern England and provoking numerous concerned calls to the police.

▽US senator calls for FTC investigation of Apple, Google over privacy loopholes - Apple Insider
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer has issued a call for the Federal Trade Commission to investigate Apple and Google over potential privacy issues arising from loopholes in their respective mobile operating systems.

▽Sony Unveils the Xperia P and Xperia U Smartphones at MWC - IMSoup
Sony Mobile Communications has unveiled two new additions to its Xperia NXT series, the Xperia P and the Xperia U smartphones.
Announced at the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona, the Xperia P and Xperia U handsets incorporate Sony’s Bravia engine as the display technology and will be available to consumers globally in the second quarter of this year.







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