News archive from 18 January 2011, page 48

Pair accused of stealing iPad data

Pair accused of stealing iPad data

Two hackers stole the e-mail addresses of more than 100,000 Apple iPad users, including those of politicians and famous media personalities, federal prosecutors have claimed. Daniel Spitler, a 26-year-old bookstore security guard from San Francisco,...

 
Modern British Sculpture: empire of the oddballs

Modern British Sculpture: empire of the oddballs

Modern British Sculpture opens with a model and some photographs. The model is a three-quarter-size replica of Edwin Lutyens's 1919 Whitehall Cenotaph. The photographs blown up on the surrounding walls depict the controversial but largely decorous...

 
Branislav Ivanovic to commit his future to Chelsea with four-year deal

Branislav Ivanovic to commit his future to Chelsea with four-year deal

Branislav Ivanovic is expected to sign a new four-year contract at Chelsea worth around £65,000 a week after protracted negotiations. The Serbia defender, whose current deal expires in 17 months, has been a consistent performer in Chelsea's defence...

Guardian, 21:41 in Sport
 
As her second marriage bites the dust, we look back on the many loves of Katie Price

As her second marriage bites the dust, we look back on the many loves of Katie Price

Scott Sullivan(2002-2004)Scott Sullivan, the son of a millionaire, was living with Price when she decided to take part in the 2004 series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!. The couple had been dating for 15 months after meeting in a bar near...

 
Prince Edward to open Northern Ballet centre in Leeds

Prince Edward to open Northern Ballet centre in Leeds

A multi-million pound ballet and dance centre in Leeds has been officially opened by its patron, Prince Edward. Building work at the home of the Northern Ballet and the Phoenix Dance Theatre, close to West Yorkshire Playhouse, was completed in 2010....

BBC, 21:44 in Art & Culture
 
Brian Cowen wins confidence vote to remain Fianna Fáil leader

Brian Cowen wins confidence vote to remain Fianna Fáil leader

The beleagured Irish prime minister, Brian Cowen, won a confidence vote tonight in his leadership and will head his Fianna Fáil party in the Republic's forthcoming general election. The party's chief whip announced shortly after 9pm that Cowen had...

 
China on equal footing with US as Hu Jintao visits Washington

China on equal footing with US as Hu Jintao visits Washington

The last time Hu Jintao arrived in Washington, back in 2006, he was given a White House working lunch, and by all accounts never forgave George W Bush for the perceived insult. In contrast, it is highly unlikely China's leader could find fault with...

 


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