Noon News: Blackberry Most Secure, Intel To Power Android 3.0, Ads on Kindle

The UK Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) has declared that Research in Motion's BlackBerry devices are the most secure mobile phones among Apple's iPhone, Nokia's Symbian based line-up and Windows Mobile. The GCHQ also released a Smartphone security guide for public sector employees.

Intel may well provide Google with a two chip solution for its next generation products as an Intel executive revealed that the company is working with the web giant to bring Android 3.0 to Intel-powered tablets.

Retail giant Amazon has announced the launch of an ad-supported Kindle, named "Kindle with Special Offers", for those who would like to save up to $25 on the retail price of the tablet, down to $114, with the company assuring that the adverts won't mess with users' reading experience.

The Crown Prosecution Service has decided against prosecuting BT and Phorm over the secret trial of a new online behavioural marketing tool that installed cookies on browsers without user consent even as privacy advocacy groups claimed that the companies violated European Union user privacy laws.

According to a survey conducted by Christian charity organisation the Mothers' Union, the availability of internet on mobile phones is exposing children not only to inappropriate advertising but also pornography, parents claim. UK parents reckon that their kids are growing up too quickly.