News Headlines - 23 March 2016

Brussels attacks: Wembley Stadium light up arch in tribute - BBC Sport

The Football Association has paid its respects to the victims of the Brussels bombings by lighting up Wembley Stadium's arch in the colours of the Belgium flag.

Google launches Android mobile payment service in UK - FT.com

Google is bringing its mobile payment service for Android smartphones to the UK, in a move that will expand its competition with Apple’s rival system.

Nintendo surges on smartphone app release - FT.com

Shares in Nintendo surged on Tuesday after the Kyoto-based company revealed that a whimsical smartphone app widely expected to be a flop had been downloaded more than 1m times in three days... The surprise explosion of popularity for Miitomo, a social networking app that creates cartoon avatars from its users’ photographs and allows users to play simple games, prompted analysts to reassess the prospects of a company that has fallen out of favour with investors since last summer.

Andrew S. Grove, Who Spurred Semiconductor Revolution, Dies at 79 - The Boston Globe

Andrew S. Grove, the longtime chief executive and chairman of Intel Corp. who was one of the most acclaimed and influential personalities of the computer and Internet era, died Monday at his home in Los Altos, Calif. He was 79.

Runaway Japanese zebra dies in golf course lake - BBC News

A zebra that ran away from a horse riding club in Japan has died in a golf course lake after it was tranquilised.








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