News Headlines - 25 March 2016

Brussels cell ‘was plotting radioactive bomb attack’ | The Times

Eleven Belgian nuclear workers have had their work passes revoked amid fears that the Brussels bombers were plotting to build a radiological dirty bomb.

Starbucks to Donate 100 Percent of Unsold Food to Food Banks - ABC News

The coffee giant said its employees, or "partners," came up with the idea to donate the food that doesn't sell instead of throwing it away. It's easier donating coffee and tea, which the company has given away for a long time, because it's not as perishable. The company has donated pastries, which have less food safety risks because they don't require refrigeration, systematically through the Food Donation Connection, a food donation service, since 2010.

Amazon Secret Robot Event Boasts VR, Ax Making, Wood Splitting - Bloomberg Business

Robotics companies and academics descended on a resort in Palm Springs this week for an invitation-only conference organized by Amazon.com Inc. to bring together experts in artificial intelligence, robotics, home automation and space exploration.

Playboy Enterprises Explores Sale - WSJ

Playboy Enterprises Inc. is exploring a sale, according to people familiar with the situation, a move that comes soon after the storied magazine publisher ditched nude photos and launched a revamp for the digital age.

Sony announces plans to make PlayStation games for iOS and Android | TechCrunch

It looks like Sony will follow Nintendo’s cue and focus on mobile gaming. The company announced today that it will form a new business unit tasked with bringing PlayStation titles and IP to iOS and Android devices.








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