Your new iPhone is secretly tracking you

As the splurge of Apple-related #fml tweets shows, some new owners of an iPhone 5 aren't exactly in love with the device - so news that a feature included in iOS6 tracks users' activity and squirrels the information over to advertisers will be especially unwelcome. Business Insider has details.

3G security flaw leaves smartphone users at risk of hackers

People using smartphones and other mobile internet devices can be tracked by hackers exploiting a flaw in their 3G connections, security experts have said.

Egypt: At least 21 troops killed in Sinai accident

A troop carrier overturned on a mountain road in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula earlier today, killing at least 21 members of the security forces stationed on the border with Israel, officials said.

Facebook: one billion users, one floating chair

In tech circles, nothing says you've arrived like a borderline incomprehensible commercial.

The Internet giants say proposed US rules to beef up child privacy laws would undermine free speech

Internet companies oppose US update of child privacy law

Facebook, Twitter and Google have warned the Obama administration that a proposal to beef up child privacy laws could hamper America's ability to "like," tweet and share information across the Web.

We need drone aircraft, says police chief Alex Marshall

Unmanned aerial drones should be used to police Britain's skies, a senior police officer said yesterday.

Prince Harry has returned to Afghanistan

Nude Prince Harry photos: St James's Palace decides against making formal complaint

Prince Harry's aides have announced they will not be making a formal complaint to the newspaper watchdog about the Sun's publication of nude photos of him.

Woman accused of killing five babies in Germany

A woman has been arrested on suspicion of killing five newborn babies over a period of several years, police in Germany said today.

Laura Davis: Private images should stay out of the public domain

As nude pictures have been published of Prince Harry in the past week, the question of to what extent those in the public eye should become private property is to be considered once again.

The decision to print the photos of Prince Harry was said to have been taken by The Sun's editor Dominic Mohan

Avalanche of complaints over Sun's Prince Harry photos

The Sun's decision to publish pictures of Prince Harry naked, in defiance of legal warnings from St James's Palace, could prompt an investigation by the Press Complaints Commission (PCC).

More than 850 complaints have been made to the press watchdog about naked photos of Prince Harry that were published in today's Sun

850 complain to PCC over The Sun's Prince Harry naked photos

More than 850 complaints have been made to the press watchdog about naked photographs of Prince Harry that were published in today's Sun.

Postcard From...Naples

In Italy even the oldest profession needs a helping hand during hard times. With more and more women turning to the sex industry and levels of violence against prostitutes on the rise, the mayor of Naples has proposed an experimental red light district modelled on that in Amsterdam, so the authorities can gain some measure of control.

Embarrassing pictures showing Prince Harry and a young woman naked in a hotel room have been published on the internet

Press warned over pictures of naked Prince Harry

St James’s Palace today asked British media organisations not to publish pictures of a naked Prince Harry partying in Las Vegas, despite the images being easily available online.

Lisa Markwell: Waiting game that's a new experience for children

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Last night's viewing - The Girl Who Became Three Boys, Channel 4; Best of British: the Quadfather, Channel 4

I don't think I'll ever have problems with Twelfth Night again. Usually, the disguise element of Shakespeare's play is a bit of stretcher. How besotted would you have to be, you think, not to notice that the man you've just fallen in love with is actually a woman and then that he/she's been swapped with her/his brother? Having watched The Girl Who Became Three Boys, I can now see that Twelfth Night is virtually a work of documentary realism, though my opinion of Olivia has suffered a bit.

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