News Headlines - 26 August 2010

▽Blonde Nazi ballerina 'caused war setback' - BBC
A glamorous Nazi spy may have been behind one of the biggest setbacks suffered by Allied forces during World War II, newly released files suggest.

▽Overseas students fuel 20% migration rise - Independent
Net migration to the UK soared by more than 20% last year, fuelled by growing numbers of overseas students and a drop in the number of Britons leaving to live abroad, figures showed today.

▽UBS tax evasion saga nears end - euronews
Swiss authorities say they have handed over details of more than 2,000 wealthy American clients of Swiss bank UBS suspected of tax evasion.

▽The hidden cost of Google's free calls - TechRadar UK
It's not a voice service; it's a data service whose data just happens to be voice. And that means Google's service is yet another nail in the coffin of the humble telephone call, something that's not so much dying as building up a mountain of milk bottles at its front door... The phone companies agree that data is the future, but they're not too happy about it - which is why in recent months they've all started to remove the word "unlimited" from their data plans.

▽3D TV appeals to just 2 per cent of Brits
A mere 2 per cent of people in the UK are planning to buy a 3D-enabled TV in the next year, according to a new survey.







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