News@10: 3 UK Confirms Xperia Play Availability, Tweets Aren't Private & Amazon

Messages posted on Twitter should be considered public and can be published by newspapers, the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) has ruled. The ruling follows a complaint by Department of Transport official Sarah Baskerville against articles published in the Daily Mail and Independent on Sunday which quoted her tweets.

3 UK has joined the four other mobile phone operators as it confirmed that it will be selling the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, the first Android handset dedicated to gaming. Sylvia Chind, Three’s Head of Branded Devices said in a press statement that they were "eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Sony Ericsson XPERIA play".

Google's venture capital division has invested in anti-malware company Dasient, the company announced in a statement on Monday. Dasient, which offers anti-malware software for websites and ad networks, has declined to disclose exactly how much it raised in the funding round, but has confirmed it said that it will use the money to expand, extend its reach into new markets and enhance research and product development efforts.

Amazon is set to add a string of new features and tweaks to its new generation Kindle device, including real page numbers and social networking. In a blog post, Amazon said that the upcoming firmware 3.1 update for the new Kindle will bring a whole load of new features like Public Notes, Real Page Numbers, social networking options and an updated layout for viewing newspapers and magazines.

If you have three computers in your family, all running on Windows XP or Windows Vista, you might want to upgrade using Amazon's Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade Family Pack offer. At £108.04 including VAT and delivery, it contains a single license for Windows 7 Home Premium that can be installed on up to three computers, that's a mere £36.01 per seat, less than a third of the price of the full version and less than half the price of a SINGLE license.