One offender was first interviewed in 2008 over rape claims but was released without charge

Acer's Liquid S2 is the first smartphone to record in 4K resolution

But with only 16GB of onboard storage, you won't be able to keep more than a couple minutes of footage.

Abu Nusaybah, friend of Woolwich suspect Michael Adebolajo who appeared on Newsnight, has trial date set

In an interview to the BBC he claimed Adebolajo was offered a job by MI5

High-profile prostitution scandal hits New England town

A high-profile prostitution scandal featuring sex videos, adultery and exhibitionism in a small New England town drew to a close today when a Zumba fitness instructor was sentenced to 10 months in jail after telling the judge she was happy to have escaped her former life of crime.

Hero worship: Joost van der Westhuizen is feted at Ellis Park before a game against New Zealand last October

The Last Word: Springbok great, Joost van der Westhuizen, now tackles his biggest foe – paralysis

Joost van der Westhuizen is barely intelligible but extraordinarily expressive. He is physically diminished yet spiritually enriched. On this, rugby union's showpiece weekend in the northern hemisphere, he redefines notions of heroism and encourages his successors to pause and recalibrate.

Children's presents stolen from hospital

Detectives were last night examining CCTV recordings at Great Ormond Street Hospital to try to identify who stole 20 Christmas presents for seriously ill children staying in intensive care.

Embarrassment for the Tories in Corby after video emerges showing Chris Heaton-Harris citing evidence on wind farms he claimed he hadn't read

The man running the Conservatives’ bid to cling on to outgoing MP Louise Mensch’s Corby seat is facing further embarrassment on the day that voters go to the polls as video emerged of him citing research on the harmful nature of wind farms he had earlier admitted he had never read.

Olympic athletes help Virgin Media to strike gold

Virgin Media has got a double boost from record TV viewing during the Olympics and the decision to recruit top athletes such as Mo Farah and Usain Bolt (pictured above) in its advertising.

Win a motion-activated outdoor security camera worth £119

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Demand fires Imagination

Imagination Technology shares yesterday surged 12 per cent as demand grows for its graphic and video software on smartphones and tablets, but sales of its Pure digital radios slipped.

Virgin hails the connected TV bump

Virgin Media yesterday hailed the popularity of its connected television service TiVo and said it planned to bring it to all of its customers, as it unveiled solid quarterly results.

Being Modern: Supermarket self-service checkouts

Are you an "early adopter"? Someone who simply has to be first in line for the Betamax video player, Psion organiser or MiniDisc player ? "Being Modern" is not, as you might be able to tell from that highly partial list of deadbeat technology – we'd rather wait until half the planet has test-driven the latest widget before we'll buy into it.

Ian Tomlinson family see footage of G20 death

Ian Tomlinson, the newspaper seller who died at the G20 protest in London, seemed "drunk" before he was pushed to the ground, an ex-police officer said at the opening of an inquest yesterday, in which the jury was shown new footage of the moment the 47-year-old died.

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Video: UN aid call for Sri Lanka flood victims

The UN is to launch an appeal for emergency flood aid for Sri Lanka, where at least 37 people have died.

Video: Over 100 dead in Indian stampede

102 Hindu pilgrims are crushed to death following a bus crash in Kerala state.

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