Armed police and hostage negotiators are dealing with a man who has claimed ti have an explosive device and to have taken four people captive in central London.
The hacking group Anonymous launched a coordinated attack against four websites associated with the British government this evening in protest at extraditions of British citizens to face trials in America and plans to allow security services to monitor internet use and phone calls.
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Google is to launch a music streaming and downloading service within weeks, according to reports.
The brother of Mark Duggan – whose killing at the hands of police sparked August’s widespread rioting in London and beyond – called for the IPCC to be given time to complete its investigation on Wednesday as a campaign group for people who have died in police custody was launched in London.
Mobile phone manufacturer HTC has admitted that its handsets have a built-in “vulnerability” which could allow customers’ personal data to be leaked and has said it will release a patch “asap”.
According to reports, customers’ account details, including email addresses, the users’ latest GPS locations, their SMS data and phone numbers are being leaked to third-party apps
Music streaming site Spotify has reportedly added one million users in the week following its much-maligned announcement that only people with Facebook accounts would be allowed to join up following the two companies’ integration.
Britain is set to become the first country in Europe to install a new type of internet connection providing fast access to rural homes and businesses, after the experimental system was given the go-ahead by the telecomms regulator Ofcom.
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