News Headlines - 23 February 2013

Protests mark WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning's 1,000th day in jail | guardian.co.uk

The demonstrations in more than 70 locations were aimed at marking Manning's 1,000th day in jail and came as the young soldier prepares to appear again before a military court next week. Manning is being prosecuted by the US government for allegedly transmitting confidential material to the anti-secrecy campaigner Julian Assange's web organisation WikiLeaks.

Microsoft Becomes Latest Victim Of Hackers

Microsoft has become the latest victim of computer hacking following US technology giants Facebook and Apple. In a blog posting, Microsoft said it had found no evidence that any customer data had been stolen in the cyber attack, which saw malicious software planted on a small number of its computers.

Google laptop shows Apple a thing or two | Mobile - CNET News

Google's Chromebook Pixel has two killer features that MacBooks don't. Maybe it's time for Apple to rethink the MacBook concept. Question: What two killer hardware features are missing on MacBooks? My answer: a touch screen and 4G.

BBC News - UK's credit rating cut humiliating, Labour says

Labour has attacked the government's economic policy after the UK lost its AAA credit rating, but the coalition says it is "making progress".

UK's top cardinal accused of 'inappropriate acts' by priests | The Observer

Three priests and a former priest in Scotland have reported the most senior Catholic clergyman in Britain, Cardinal Keith O'Brien, to the Vatican over allegations of inappropriate behaviour stretching back 30 years.








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