All posts tagged "phone"

Apple stumble seen opening door for rivals

TAIPEI/HELSINKI (Reuters) - Rival smartphone makers could exploit a rare letdown by Apple in the launch of its new iPhone 4S model, which failed to wow fans, and grab a bigger share of the most lucrative part of the phone market.

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Issa declines investigation into News Corp. phone hacking

For a congressman who isn't afraid to start up an investigation, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) sure was cautious when the idea of probing into News Corporation was presented to him.

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Piers Morgan seeks apology over phone hacking claim

Former British tabloid editor Piers Morgan has demanded an apology from a lawmaker who made claims about him admitting to phone hacking, at the London hearing which quizzed Rupert Murdoch.

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Taliban denies rumor Mullah Omar dead, claims phone hacked

KABUL (Reuters) - Two Taliban spokesmen said their mobile phones, emails and a website had been hacked and messages issued on Wednesday falsely reporting the death of the movement's supreme leader Mullah Mohammad Omar.

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Wall Street Journal: WikiLeaks worse than News of the World

The News Corporation-owned Wall Street Journal blasted "self-appointed media paragons" who were quick to attack the British tabloid News of the World but not the release of classified information by Julian Assange's WikiLeaks.

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Israeli ships surround French boat near Gaza: organiser

At least three Israeli military ships surrounded a French-flagged yacht as it neared Gaza, seeking to breach Israel's blockade on the territory, an organiser told AFP on Tuesday.

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Rupert Murdoch might step down as News Corp CEO: report

News Corporation owner Rupert Murdoch might be replaced by Chief Operating Officer Chase Carey as CEO of the company, but still remain chairman, according to Bloomberg.

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LulzSec hacks The Sun, publishes fake story about Murdoch's death

The infamous hacker group LulzSec made a comeback on Monday by hacking the website of the British tabloid The Sun, owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, and redirecting the frontpage to a fake story about Murdoch being found dead.

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U.K. phone-hacking inquiry to examine links to 'rogue' intelligence services

United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron agreed last week to allow the News of the World phone-hacking inquiry to examine allegations that the newspaper's publisher, the London-based News International, had close dealings with "rogue" members of the intelligence services.

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