Techie BreakieIt’s Monday but there’s a fistful of tech news you might have missed while you were sledging/having snow ball fights/huddling together for warmth. Get set for the week with today’s nourishing Techie Breakie…


Rumours about a Call Of Duty MMO have reignited. Last year we heard that Activision was planning one, now it seems Modern Warfare 2 developers Infinity Ward may be hard at work one one.

Monster’s taste for celebrity tie-ups continued a pace: this time it’s P Diddy putting his mark on a pair of headphones with the P Diddy Beats In-Ear headphones. We’ve got video of Diddy doing his stuff.

Elsewhere at CES, Ford Sync revealed Twitter-enabled cars with future plans for cars that can both read you your tweets and let you reply thanks to voice recognition smarts. The safety campaigners are livid.

Meanwhile, Google Chrome for Mac’s developer edition Chromium has added Chrome Extensions. While Google Chrome loving Windows owners already have the feature, Google Chrome for Mac’s beta version should be next.

Finally, after tussling in the past, Apple and Greenpeace have finally made friends. The green campaigners put Apple at the top of their listing of tech companies going green. Steve will be pleased.

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