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News@10: Facebook "Panic Button", Windows 7 Slates & 12 Per Cent Of Brits Can't See In 3D

After months of pressure, Facebook has announced that it will allow the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) to create a 'panic button' app for the platform. Called ClickCEOP, the app will provide Facebook members with a link to the CEOP website where youngsters can report online abuse.

The CEO of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer, has confirmed that the software giant will be pushing Windows 7 slates towards the end of the year with the help of strategic PC partners such as Dell, Asus, Samsung, Toshiba, Sony or Acer.

UK Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt will appeal to the UK telecoms industry for help in increasing the availability of broadband in the country at the government's forthcoming Industry Day summit in London.

Online retailer Littlewoods is offering an introductory one-off £25 discount for new customers who can put it forward to buy a Microsoft Xbox 360 Slim console which the company sells for £199 bringing the price down to £174.

UK-based charity Eyecare Trust has claimed that almost 12 per cent of Britons cannot view 3D images due to poor binocular vision. The charity says that around 6 million people in the UK suffer from headaches after viewing a 3D film, suggesting that they may have poor binocular vision.