Late News: Safari Reader Launched, UK Attorney General Warns Twitter Users, HTC ChaCha On Offer In UK, iTunes 10.3

One feature in Safari that was announced yesterday by Steve Jobs at the Apple WWDC Keynote is likely to make a lot of publishers uncomfortable is the new Reader that ironically has been launched at the same time as Newsstand. Mobile Safari is one of the more popular mobile browsers worldwide and the fact that it will now incorporate a feature that "gets all the clutter out of the way and sets the right font size on a web page, so you can easily scroll and read through a story".

Law enforcement officials have arrested a man from York for allegedly trying to hack into Facebook. The US Federal Bureau of Investigation was investigating a hacking attempt on the social networking giant. Their investigation led them to a 26-year-old in York, who was arrested by the Metropolitan Police’s e-crime unit.

UK Attorney General has warned that Twitter users must not breach injunction orders issued by the courts or they could be prosecuted for contempt of court. The warning comes on the heels of a super injunction row stemming from a Twitter user posting the list of celebrities who had procured court orders to hide their private lives.

HTC’s highly anticipated Facebook centric ChaCha Smartphone is now being offered by UK wireless carrier Three. The device, which comes with a dedicated Facebook button, is being offered for free on £20 per month contract. Three users can also go for the £29.99 per month The One Plan, which offers unlimited data use, 5,000 free Three to Three minutes, 2,000 free minutes on any carrier and 5,000 text messages.

Apple has released the new iTunes 10.3 which comes with some new and interesting features, highlighted by Steve Jobs during his WWDC keynote. The new iTunes platform will come with an automatic download feature that will instantly download and install new content purchased from iTunes including music, apps and books on users’ Mac and iOS devices, MacObserver reports.