News@5: Facebook Used To Bully Teachers, Government Aim To Save Money With Cloud & PlayStation 3

Facebook and other social networks are being used by parents and children to launch hate campaigns against school teachers, The National Association of Headteachers (NAHT) has warned.

Cloud computing and business outsourcing services are expected to receive a huge push in 2011 as the UK government prepares to mount strategies to reduce costs, a report has revealed.

Sony is to take legal action against the hackers that unearthed and published a PlayStation 3 master key. The root key allows users to crack the console and run pirated software.

Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitello has announced that he thinks cloud-gaming is not necessarily the future, and that games issued on disc are still the best way for consumers to enjoy gaming. In an interview with Industry Gamers, Riccitello claimed that discs will be around for a long time to come as they are still the most practical and reliable way of accessing games quickly.

Microsoft has asked the US Patents and Trademark Office not to reject Apple's move to trademark the term 'App Store'. The software giant has argued that 'App Store' is a generic term, and so every entity that deals in web-based and smartphone applications should be able to use rather than just one organisation.