News@10: EDSAC To Be Rebuilt At Bletchley Park, RIM Blackberry Curve Appears Online & Apple iPhone

UK's Computer Conservation Society (CCS) has commissioned the building of an exact working replica of the world's first ever programmable computer. The Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator (Edsac) was built by researchers at the Cambridge University in 1949 as a tool for researchers.

After yesterday's surprise appearance of the top of the range Blackberry Dakota, details of another Blackberry handset, possibly the successor of the 8520, have appeared online. BGR reports that the new handset, codenamed Apollo, will target the upper-low end of the market and will be opacked with some pretty decent features.

A few days ago, pictures of an aluminium frame for what seemed to be the iPhone 5 emerged online and we can now confirmed that they were actually parts for the Verizon iPhone 4.

The British Medical Association (BMA) has warned the government that its plans to allow patients to access their own medical records as part of the 'Liberating the NHS' programme could fail due to a lack of funding.

Facebook, Google and Yahoo have teamed up to promote the new IPv6 web protocol in a bid to encourage other websites to adopt the new address scheme. Internet regulators have warned that the older IPv4 Web protocol will run out of web address in November 2011, and have been encouraging websites to switch to the new system as soon as possible.