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News@10:Verizon's 3D Baseball & Twitter Receives 800 Million Search Queries A Day

Verizon Communications will telecast Major League Baseball in 3D, the company has announced on its official website on Wednesday. Verizon is planning to telecast the matches for its FiOS TV customers across New York state and north New Jersey.

Micro-blogging site Twitter receives 800 million search queries from its users every day, company co-founder Bizz Stone has revealed. Stone said Twitter users were inputting 24 billion search queries on the platform every month, indicating that Twitter was transforming into an information hub rather than a typical social network.

An Argentinian hacker has hacked into The Pirate Bay, extracting emails and IP addresses of 4 million Pirate Bay users in the process. Hacker CH Russo clarified in a blog post that he hacked the website not for commercial purposes but to make the users aware of how vulnerable their personal information is on the website.

The UK Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has criticised three local authorities for breaching the Data Protection Act. The West Sussex County Council, the London Borough of Barnet and Buckinghamshire County Council were found to have lost sensitive data related to children.

The fourth generation iPod Touch should be launched in the second week of September as it has always been the case until now and recent suggestions from an event organised by UK retailer John Lewis point to an evolution in the media player's specifications.