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Barack Obama is determined to hang on to his BlackBerry, the personal lifeline that keeps him connected to the outside world, even as the cocoon of the presidency tightens around him.

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They Wouldn't be that reckless would they? Presidential security advisers are telling Barack Obama that he can no longer use his BlackBerry when he enters the White House.

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* At the first Literary Salon at Shoreditch House, London, on Tuesday, Jenny Colgan revealed that she is working on a "secret book" that she will release under a pseudonym in September. "It's for all those people who loved books set in boarding schools as kids and wonder why nobody writes them any more," she said.

BlackBerry challenge to iPhone

A summer sales war is about to break out between Apple’s iPhone and the BlackBerry, as the two wildly popular mobile phone brands do battle with new, upgraded versions of their internet-enabled devices.

Cover stories: Beckett answers; Arab focus; Penguin tasters

Brigitte Le Juez made a fascinating discovery while at Trinity College Dublin, researching her thesis on Samuel Beckett: a notebook that had belonged to one of his students when he lectured there in 1930-31. The results of her travails will be published on 8 April, by Souvenir Press as Beckett Before Beckett: Samuel Beckett's Lectures on French Literature and will "answer many previously unanswered questions about his work and the writers he studied and was influenced by".

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