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Greek PM denies knowing about tapping of opponent’s phone

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The Greek prime minister has attempted to douse a wiretapping scandal engulfing his government, claiming he had no idea the country’s socialist party leader was being monitored by intelligence services reporting direc...

Greek PM under pressure over tapping of opponent’s phone

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An eavesdropping scandal that sees Greece’s intelligence chief and the head of his personal office resign within minutes; calls for further resignations amid revelations of “dark practices”, and a spy crisis likened t...

Nothing Phone 1 review: an Android with funky lights on its transparent back

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The Phone 1 is the first smartphone from the British technology startup Nothing, led by the OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, who set up on his own with the aim of bringing back a bit of interest and excitement to the incr...

Van that detects if drivers are holding a mobile phone trialled in UK

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A van with technology that can automatically detect drivers holding a mobile phone at the wheel or not wearing a seatbelt is being trialled in the UK for the first time. National Highways are working with Warwickshire...

Justice department gets warrant to search Trump lawyer’s phone

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The US justice department said on Wednesday it had obtained a warrant to search the phone of Donald Trump’s election attorney, John Eastman, who spoke at a rally before the January 6 assault on the US Capitol. Federal...

I’ve spent too many hours on the phone to the DWP – I’ve reached my limit in being nice

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My dad, who I care for, is away for a couple of weeks. He’s gone to stay with my sister in the countryside so I’ve got some space, some time off. It gives me a break, although it’s not exactly party time. I don’t have...

Kosher phone dispute grips ultra-Orthodox Tel Aviv suburb

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Tel Aviv’s booming science and technology industry, bolstered by graduates of elite army intelligence units, has earned Israel the nickname “start-up nation”. Yet in Bnei Brak, an ultra-Orthodox suburb just a few mile...

The Black Phone review – Ethan Hawke shines in a supernatural chiller

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After a brief but well-regarded segue into the Marvel universe with Doctor Strange, director Scott Derrickson returns to his horror-drama roots with The Black Phone, a solid, spooky period chiller. Like his breakthrou...

The Black Phone review – Ethan Hawke is eerily good in scary-clown kidnap horror

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Here is a supernatural shocker that amounts to a queasy, nasty and perfectly serviceable horror-homage to Stephen King; it is in fact based on a 2004 short story by the author’s son, Joe Hill. The setting is north Den...

Rebekah Vardy’s agent dropped phone in sea to hide evidence, trial hears

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Rebekah Vardy’s agent dropped her phone in the North Sea as part of a concerted effort to destroy evidence, it was alleged on the final day of the “Wagatha Christie” libel trial. Caroline Watt’s phone went over the si...

Biden administration issued subpoena for details of Guardian reporter’s phone

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The subpoena that was used by the US justice department to obtain details of a Guardian reporter’s phone account, as part of a leak inquiry, was issued by the Biden administration within the opening weeks of Joe Biden...

US secretly issued subpoena to access Guardian reporter’s phone records

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The US justice department secretly issued a subpoena to gain access to details of the phone account of a Guardian reporter as part of an aggressive leak investigation into media stories about an official inquiry into ...

Catalans demand answers after Spanish spy chief confirms phone hacking

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The Catalan government is calling for answers “from the highest level” after the head of Spain’s National Intelligence Centre (CNI) reportedly confirmed that 18 members of the regional independence movement were spied...

Spanish prime minister’s phone ‘targeted with Pegasus spyware’

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The Spanish government has said the mobile phones of the prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, and the defence minister, Margarita Robles, were both infected last year with the Pegasus spyware that its manufacturers claim is...

Picture perfect: how to take, store and print photos from your phone

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Photos are precious records of our lives, and as the summer kicks off many of us will be adding to our collection as we enjoy holidays and celebrate special occasions. For many of us, however, these pictures end up lo...

Ben Roberts-Smith defamation trial: police feared witness would destroy phone evidence

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Police feared one of Ben Roberts-Smith’s SAS witnesses in his defamation case was going to destroy evidence on his phone when they confronted him with a search warrant in a city hotel late on Tuesday night. The former...

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