News Headlines - 06 June 2011

▽The Human Centipede sequel just too horrible to show, says BBFC - The Guardian
The Human Centipede, a 2010 horror film in which a scientist stitches kidnap victims together, was proudly touted as "the most horrific film ever made".
But its Dutch director, Tom Six, may have gone too far in the follow-up, because the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has denied The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) an 18 certificate for fears it poses a "real risk" to cinemagoers.

▽MobileMe is dead. Long live iCloud - CNET
iCloud, in case you missed it, is Apple's new cloud sync service. It succeeds MobileMe, the $99-a-year service Apple introduced three years ago, which will close down on June 30, 2012. iCloud syncs files, apps, app data, and media across iOS devices, Macs, and PCs. It also syncs your music across devices, though it won't do that for video content.

▽NATO Steps Up Strikes in Libya - Fox News
A series of NATO airstrikes targeted sites around Tripoli early Monday as increasingly frequent attacks raised pressure on Muammar Qaddafi's beleaguered regime.

▽Hackers exploiting Flash Player XSS vulnerability - ZDNet
Adobe has released another Flash Player update to fix a serious security vulnerability that could expose Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Solaris users to cross-site scripting attacks.

▽Fergie won’t lose appetite for success - The Express Tribune
United’s latest Premier League triumph lifted Ferguson’s men above Liverpool in the list of all-time English champions and the Scot took great pride in such an historic achievement. However, Ferguson is well aware United will face a stern threat to their supremacy from big-spending Manchester City next season as well as revitalised Liverpool and long-standing rivals Chelsea and Arsenal.







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