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Operation Tuleta makes sixth arrest in computer hacking investigation

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Metropolitan police say arrest in Cardiff not directly linked to news organisation or journalists' activitiesA 55-year-old man has been arrested in Cardiff by police from Scotland Yard's Operation Tuleta investigation into computer hacking.The man was arrested at his home on Friday morning on suspicion of offences under the Computer Misuse...
Operation Tuleta makes sixth arrest in computer hacking investigation

Today's media stories from the papers

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If you are viewing this on the web and would prefer to get it as an email every morning, please click hereTop stories on MediaGuardian.co.ukPCC chairman unveils plans for new watchdog at Leveson inquiry Lord Hunt says he hopes his proposals for a new regulatory body would eradicate 'bad journalism'Julian...
Today's media stories from the papers

VIDEO: Take a tour of 'Geek Glastonbury'

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Jonty Wareing, one of the organisers of the inaugural Electromagnetic Field Festival, held at a campsite in Milton Keynes, gives a tour of the technology-themed festival....
VIDEO: Take a tour of 'Geek Glastonbury'

U.K.'s First 4G Network To Reach 55% Of The Population By Summer, Another 27 Towns & Cities To Be Switched On By June

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4GEE, the U.K.’s first — and still, it’s only — 4G network, owned by carrier EE, is continuing to grow its coverage footprint. Currently the network reaches less than half (45 per cent) of the U.K.’s population but by the summer EE will have built it out to cover a...
U.K.'s First 4G Network To Reach 55% Of The Population By Summer, Another 27 Towns & Cities To Be Switched On By June

Tech Weekly podcast: Google's anti-piracy search crackdown

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This week Aleks Krotoski, Guardian technology editor Charles Arthur and the Guardian's Josh Halliday look at Google's concession to the entertainment industry by pushing search results for allegedly illegal download sites further down its rankings. They also discuss the search giant's announcement of a major restructure involving the loss of...
Tech Weekly podcast: Google's anti-piracy search crackdown

Today's media stories from the papers

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If you are viewing this on the web and would prefer to get it as an email every morning, please click hereTop stories on MediaGuardian.co.ukBSkyB to take on Netflix and YouView with internet TV service Broadcaster to roll out service in first half of this year, targeting 13m UK households...
Today's media stories from the papers

London 2012 Olympic ticket Twitter alerts reinstated

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Unofficial feed that helped tens of thousands of people fill 'empty seats' returns after being blocked by ticketing authoritiesA Twitter feed which helped people find tickets for "empty seats" at the London Olympics has been reinstated days after being blocked by the authorities.The @2012TicketAlert service has been helping tens of...
London 2012 Olympic ticket Twitter alerts reinstated

Typist who complained about alleged late payment on Twitter faces lawsuit

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Qatar-based businessman sues Lesley Kemp for libel over comments on Twitter in case that could cost her £150,000A typist who complained on Twitter about what she claimed was late payment of a bill she was owed has discovered she is facing a libel battle that could cost her £150,000.Lesley Kemp,...
Typist who complained about alleged late payment on Twitter faces lawsuit
AI with 13-year-old boy's personality wins top prize at world's biggest Turing test

EE commits to adding 27 new towns to its 4G network by June 2013, covering 55% of the UK

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Following its announcement that it had enabled its 4G networks in nine new towns, the UK’s first 4G operator — EE — has further committed to connecting more of the population to its LTE service by adding 27 new towns by June 2013, allowing it to cover 55 percent of...
EE commits to adding 27 new towns to its 4G network by June 2013, covering 55% of the UK

Would holographic supermarket staff improve your shopping experience? | Poll

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Following a successful trial in its Milton Keynes branch, Britain's second largest supermarket chain Asda is considering installing an army of virtual shop assistants to greet customers. Would a holographic staff member improve your shopping experience?...
Would holographic supermarket staff improve your shopping experience? | Poll

Car review: Renault Twizy

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Part car, part scooter, all French... Here's Renault's radical solution to driving on crowded city roadsRenault TwizyPrice £6,690Top speed 50mphRange 62 milesThe first time I saw Renault's Twizy - a sort of stubby Shetland pony of a car, dressed in garish Versace disco wear for good measure - was on...
Car review: Renault Twizy

Geek camp comes to Milton Keynes

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A new hackers festival comes to Milton Keynes...
Geek camp comes to Milton Keynes
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