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Journalist's letter re-opens phone hacking scandal

“The editor promised on many occasions that I could come back to a job at the newspaper if I did not implicate the paper,” Clive Goodman wrote in the letter.

Chinese firm launches first Android-based MIUI smartphone (VIDEO)

The launch of Xiaomei's MIUI smartphone in Beijing comes a day after Google Inc. announced a $12.5 billion bid for Motorola Mobility.

House ends page program

45,000 Verizon workers go on strike

BlackBerry maker announces layoffs

Once the market leader, RIM now makes the world’s third-largest mobile operating system and is losing ground to Apple’s iPhone and devices that use Google’s Android operating system.

News of the World phone hacking whistleblower found dead

Whistleblower Sean Hoare also claimed that then editor Andy Coulson had asked him to hack phones — an allegation Coulson denies.

FBI to probe Murdoch's News Corp. over phone hacking

The phone hacking scandal has crossed the Atlantic to the United States, and the FBI’s involvement takes it into more serious territory.

Canadian politician denies posting lewd photo in "Weinergate North" scandal

A Toronto Sun story quoted a party spokesman as suggesting that Lepp had inadvertently taken the photo of his genitals, when the BlackBerry was operating on camera mode in his front pant pocket.
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