News Headlines - 22 June 2011

▽East Belfast residents caught in the crossfire of riots - BBC
As violence broke out for a second night in east Belfast, ordinary people found themselves caught in the middle.

▽BBC World Service receives £2.2m funding boost - BBC
BBC World Service is to receive an extra £2.2m per year over the next three years from the government.
The funding boost will be used to maintain BBC Arabic Service's "valuable work in the region", Foreign Secretary William Hague said.

▽iPhone 5 release date leaked as September with A5 chip - T3
Apple is to officially release the iPhone 5 in September with the same A5 dual-core processor found in the iPad 2, a new report from Bloomberg has claimed.

▽Google's Android phones lose market share in US - Telegraph.co.uk
Google’s Android share of the smartphone operating system market in the US fell slightly in the first quarter of this year, according to market intelligence firm IDC. Android’s share of the market was at 52.4 per cent at the end of last year and had dropped to 49.5 per cent by March, the figures show.

▽Hackers' group LulzSec deny links with suspect - BBC
Computer hacking group, LulzSec, has said the teenager who was arrested in Essex was not part of their group.







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