News Headlines - 10 April 2013

Putin held on Finland's criminal blacklist by 'mistake'

Finnish police say the Russian president's name was mistakenly placed on a secret criminal register that could theoretically have gotten him arrested at the border.

BOJ's Kuroda signals ready to keep stimulus more than two years | Reuters

Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Wednesday that the bank was resolved to keep printing money for as long as needed to achieve 2 percent inflation, signaling his readiness to offer further stimulus or maintain an ultra-easy policy beyond two years if meeting the target by then proves difficult.

Loss and theft of mobile devices costs BBC over £750,000 in three years - ComputerworldUK.com

A freedom of information request has revealed that the BBC has spent over £750,000 on lost or stolen laptops, mobile phones and tablets in just three years. Between 2010 and 2012 BBC faced costs of £598,500 due to lost or stolen laptops; £104,100 to lost or stolen mobile phones; and £58,500 to lost or stolen tablets. This adds up to £761,100.

BBC News - Post Office to offer current account

The Post Office is to offer current accounts in the UK, following a regulator's claim that the market offers little choice for consumers.

Absolute Gadget | The web's freshest gadget news and reviews website

South Londoners become the latest guinea pigs to test whether 4G services will affect Freeview digital channels. At800, the firm in charge of making sure tellies aren’t affected by the roll-out of 800MHz 4G signals, has started tests in an area consisting of 170,000 homes and businesses in South London.








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