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Late News: Rebekah Brooks Arrested, £465 Nokia 808 PureView, Sony Xperia Sola Unveiled

Ex-editor of News of the World Rebekah Brooks, her husband, and four others were arrested yesterday on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice. A spokesperson for the metropolitan police spoke yesterday about the raids, stating: "The co-ordinated arrests were made between approximately 5am and 7am this morning by officers from Operation Weeting, the MPS inquiry into the phone-hacking of voicemail boxes."

If you were worried about the abundance of Xbox 720 and Wii U announcements and rumours, then thinking that the PlayStation 4 could be running a bit behind - a new job postings suggest that this is far from the case. The first one is for a Sony Computer Entertainment America position, with the company looking for an intern to work for 12 weeks - paid - as part of its "Next Gen.

The Symbian-based Nokia 808 Pureview, which was last month at Mobile World Congress, will land in the UK on the 23rd of April according to the product page published by which also puts the price of the 808 at £465 including free delivery. The device, which is unlocked and unbranded, was one of the most sought after handsets at MWC 2012 in Barcelona because it features a massive 41 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, more than three times the pixel count of its predecessor, the Nokia N8.

In the mid-nineties, when laptops amazed gadget lovers, one man predicted the next big thing: a touchable screen meant to deliver information on regular basis and designed to replace the newspaper. Very few people listened to him at the time and even fewer believed he was on to something big.

Sony has announced its first mobile handset after mobile world congress, called the Xperia Sola; the device comes with a unique floating touch navigation system that allows consumers to use their browsers by hovering their finger above the display without having to touch the display.