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News@10: Samsung Bada Developer Day, AT&T's iPad Data Breach & O2 Data Limits

Samsung has announced that it will be holding its first ever Developer Day at the Congress Centre, London, on 18 June. The company hopes the event will build developer's enthusiasm for its Bada operating system.

Non-profit organisation Privacy International has repeated accusations that Google intentionally collected user Wi-Fi data for its own use, basing their claim on third party Stroz Friedberg's audit of the data.

A security breach on phone operator AT&T's network has leaked the e-mail addresses of nearly 114,000 iPad owners in the US. Those affected include top company executives and White House staff.

UK wireless carrier O2 is to cease offering unlimited data download plans to its smartphone users from 24 June. Any new subscribers will be subject to a monthly download limit of between 500MB and 1GB.

Sega has announced it is to launch several classics from its long-gone Dreamcast console for the PS3 and Xbox 360, including Shenmue, Jet Set Radio, Phantasy Star Online and Sonic Adventure.