News An email exchange in April 2011 between Rebekah Brooks and her husband, Charles Brooks, referred to her losing an iPad

One phone on the list may have been a duplicate, another may have belonged to someone else and one iPad may have been lost

In accounts seen by The Independent Mr Murdoch’s iPhone account is listed as active

Police study James Murdoch's 'secret' iPhone account

Scotland Yard detectives investigating phone hacking at the News of the World are examining the call records of four newly discovered Apple iPhones issued to senior executives at News International.

Stephen Foley: A fruitful disaster

US Outlook On Wall Street, when you lose billions of dollars, at least your employer can claw back some of your previous bonuses. Not so in the Canadian tech industry. In fact, lose billions and you can expect an even bigger payout.

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Amol Rajan: Thumbing through the pages of human evolution

Aside from a large brain and ample stomachs, the chief glory of being an ape is largely due to our opposable thumbs. Darwinists have long known that evolution sped up when our mammalian ancestors developed fingers arranged in such a way as to make picking up objects and gripping things generally, much easier; and indeed, the fact that apes can manipulate their environments using opposable thumbs is one of the main reasons homo sapiens have distanced themselves from the rest of the animal kingdom, developing fine motor skills and inventing tools.

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£600,000,152in Panasonic television: This Panasonic television weighs 600kg and has four times as many pixels
as a conventional high-definition TV. Costing £600,000, the cutting-edge technology creates a separate 3D image in high-definition for each eye. Dixons’ most popular television, a Samsung 32in, retails for a measly £249

It's Dixons – for those with deep pockets and lots of wall space

Check out the great offers, like a giant high-definition TV - yours for £600,000

Man dies after stabbing at BlackBerry party

A father of two who suffered horrific injuries in a bottle attack at a celebrity-packed party held by smartphone firm BlackBerry died this morning, police said.

Man seriously injured in stabbing at BlackBerry party

A man is in a serious condition in hospital after he was reportedly stabbed in the neck with a broken bottle at a party thrown by smartphone company BlackBerry.

Reaction to Government monitoring plan 'bizarre'

Proposals to extend the ability of police and security services to access “real time” communication data need to be brought in after proper consultation, a chief constable said today.

Trending: HBO opens up The Newsroom

Walk with me... yesterday HBO released the first trailer for The Newsroom, the latest from Aaron Sorkin, the man behind the pen behind The West Wing, Moneyball and The Social Network.

Shift of focus for Blackberry maker RIM as profits crash

Blackberry maker, Research in Motion, announced today that they plan to change their focus to business customers after struggling to compete with Android and Apple in the smart-phone market.

James Ashton: Best option for beleaguered RIM may be to look for a buyer

Hordes of vandals used the Messenger to co-ordinate last summer's London riots

Lisa Markwell: The real taste test is getting our teenagers to eat at all

Ever since we witnessed the dispiriting sight of mothers feeding their children takeaway burgers through the fence on a Jamie Oliver show, school dinners have become political.

The Saturday quiz answers

1. Esperanto.

Simon English: BlackBerry's the call for insiders and looters

Outlook Last month a new rule from the Financial Services Authority came into place that has all traders' mobile phone calls tapped (landlines have been for ages).

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