News@5: Microsoft Says No To Kinect Sex Games, Google Wipes Remaining Wi-Fi Data & Android Froyo

Microsoft has made it clear that it will not support any adult content developed for its Kinetic device. Adult entertainment company ThriXXX recently stated their intention to develop a range of 3D sex games, making use of all the Kinect's functions, for the Xbox 360.

Search giant Google has deleted the final batch of sensitive user data mistakenly collected via its Street View service in the UK. The company had already removed most of the data collected, but a fraction had not been wiped.

Vodafone has released its Android 2.2 Froyo update for the HTC Wildfire within minutes of the handset manufacturer making the software available. The mobile provider had previously been criticised for releasing a false update for Froyo to the HTC Desire.

Twitter and other text-based communication can be used in UK courts, the Lord Chief Justice for England and Wales has ruled. Lord Judge said that live text updates would be allowed from courts with the presiding judge's permission, but could be banned in criminal trials.

Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops has been named the number one selling game in the UK for this Christmas season. The game, which has sold more than three million copies in the UK alone, was followed in the gaming charts by FIFA 11 and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit.