News Headlines - 21 June 2012

Jimmy Carr apologises for 'terrible error of judgment' over tax scheme | guardian.co.uk

The comedian Jimmy Carr has issued an apology for his "terrible error of judgment" over using a tax avoidance scheme. Carr confirmed that he had changed his tax affairs after the scheme was revealed this week. On Wednesday the prime minister had labelled the situation "morally wrong".

Germany hit by eurozone pain as Spain suffers again - Evening Standard

Europe’s debt crisis finally engulfed Germany today, as the region’s economic powerhouse endured its biggest private-sector slump in three years.

Vote result delay frays Egyptian nerves | Reuters

Allegations of fraud delayed the result of Egypt's presidential election on Thursday, fraying nerves as the Muslim Brotherhood, which claims victory, called for street protests against moves by the ruling generals to deny them power.

Video: Microsoft's Surface tablet 'fails' during Los Angeles showcase - Telegraph

Mr Sinofsky stuggled to show off the Surface's capabilities as the device froze while he talked up how users could "browse smoothly" on the tablet using Internet Explorer and its touch-friendly Windows 8 operating system. After bravely ploughing on for a minute, the Microsoft executive finally admitted defeat.

Manufacturers welcome Windows Phone 8 | Mobile News Online

Handset manufacturers HTC and Huawei have welcomed the announcement of Windows Phone 8 by Microsoft, which will initially be available on selected HTC, Samsung, Nokia and Huawei handsets.








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