News@10: Google Street View 'Dead' Girl, ClickCEOP Success & BlackBerrry In India

An image on Google Street View of a girl lying on the pavement has created furore among the residents of Worcester. Concerned Residents of Middle Road, St. John's in Worcester contacted Google to ensure that the company had not captured an image of a dead girl whilst taking pictures for its Street View project.

The 'report abuse' button on Facebook has been declared a success following a rise of abuse reports by 650 per cent. Investigating agencies have reported a seven-fold increase in the number of abuse reports since the ClickCEOP application was launched onto users' profile pages.

DAB radio manufacturer Pure is set to release a music service that allows users to download their favourite music directly from its DAB/web and FM radios. The service is set to launch from 16 August.

Research In Motion has been given until 31 August to allow the Indian government access to messages sent from BlackBerry devices, or face a suspension of services. Indian government officials held a closed-door meeting with mobile network carrier BSNL to discuss the ban, which is reported to have ended in failure.

Twitter announced today that it will collaborate with Tweetmeme on a new official Twitter button one that will allow UK-based Tweetmeme to have a much bigger access to the huge data mines of the social networking website.