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The UK Council for Child Internet Safety will draw up a list of approved sites offering advice about topics such as sex and drugs

Networks call time on Olympic bid for mobiles on the Tube

Hopes that Londoners would be able to use their mobile phones on the underground in time for the Olympics were dashed last night, after the UK’s largest mobile operators said the work could not be done in time.

iPad 2: The best just got better, app-solutely

Apple’s newest gadget hits the shops at 5pm tomorrow. David Phelan snagged early quality time with the iPad 2.

Letter from the editor: Life in the printed word yet

A few sore heads around here yesterday after our little shindig to mark the 100th issue of i.

Between The Covers: 13/03/2011

Your weekly guide to what's really going on inside the world of books

Chip maker CSR buys Zoran for $679m

CSR has agreed to buy the US-listed group Zoran in a $679m (£419m) all-share deal that adds imaging and video to the British chip maker's Wi-Fi, bluetooth and GPS location technologies.

Audi A6 2.0 TDI SE

New Audi is packed with hi-tech gizmos seen – usually – in only the grandest luxury motors

BSkyB results could force Murdoch to increase bid

Rupert Murdoch will have to increase his bid for BSkyB by as much as 20 per cent if he is given the go-ahead by regulators, analysts warned yesterday, after the broadcaster unveiled another set of stellar results.

O2 to build free Wi-Fi network across the UK

The mobile operator O2 will today launch an ambitious drive to install Wi-Fi hotspots across the UK, bringing it into conflict with broadband rivals BSkyB and BT.

Google agrees to delete private data gathered by Street View cars

Google has agreed to delete all the personal data its Street View cars collected from unsecured wireless networks and will introduce new training and guidance for its staff, the Information Commissioner said yesterday.

Google to delete Street View personal data

Google has agreed to delete all the personal data its Street View cars collected from unsecured wi-fi networks and will introduce new training and guidance for its staff, the Information Commissioner said today.

Philip Hensher: That's too much information, Google

In Britain, Street View seemed like a fairly innocuous photographic map. To the rest of Europe it was considered a gross invasion of privacy

Citroen C6 3.0 HDI Exclusive with wifi onboard

The pace of technical development in the automotive industry has reached a giddying pace; demanding customers and legislators are insisting on big advances in safety, reliability, performance and emissions, and the manufacturers have generally risen to the challenge. There is one area, however, in which the car-makers have been reluctant innovators; the incorporation of information and communications technology into their products.

Leading article: Disgraceful snooping from a cyber giant

There are two kinds of assault on our civil liberties. There are those we know about – like the last government's plans for identity cards, or the omnipresence of CCTV cameras in the high street, which citizens can at least oppose. But there are also the threats about which we remain in the dark, like the secret way in which $200bn search engine Google captured private data.

Google faces landmark fine for 'gross invasion of privacy'

Google faces being the first company to incur heavy fines under British privacy laws, after admitting downloading private emails and passwords.

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