Noon News: ICO Warns Southwark Council, AT&T Hack Attempt, Flash Coming to Android 4, HTC Facebook Smartphone

The Southwark Council in south-east London has been found guilty of breach of the Data Protection Act, the Information Commissioner's Office informed. The council had lost personal details like medical information belonging to around 7,000 thousand people for more than two years

On Monday, AT&T declared that an organised attempt was made with the motive of hacking information of as many as 1 million customer accounts of AT&T wireless service. But according to company statement no account was breached or affected by the attack.

An iPad case called Skinny was bound to be slim but Hatch & Co.'s case is really impressive in that regard; at only 15 mm thick (without the iPad), Skinny is the thinnest iPad case incorporating a keyboard.

Adobe has confirmed its plans of reviving the 'dying' flash and bringing it to Android Ice Cream Sandwich before the end of this year. Samsung Galaxy Nexus is one of the earliest adopter of Google's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

HTC may build a smarphone with Facebook at its core according to an article, the first of a series, published by Forbes' Liz Gannes and Ina Fried. The device has been christened Buffy after the TV vampire slayer hottie Sarah Michelle Gellar and, like the rumoured Amazon Kindle handset, will be based on a modified version of Android.