Police are investigating yet another British newspaper group in the phone hacking scandal that was brought to us courtesy of the now-defunct News of the World and its parent company News International.
Sarah Ferguson, the former wife of Prince Andrew, is one of more than 100 people who have received significant payouts in the wake of the News of the World phone hacking scandal.
At a press conference promoting the new Muppets movie, Kermit the frog declined to comment on the high profile allegations of the media breaking into the mobile phone voicemail systems.
Yesterday, British police arrested an unnamed 52-year-old man in Milton Keynes for computer hacking related to the News of the World phone hacking fiasco.
The first day of an inquiry into phone hacking by the British media was briefly interrupted today, by a Trojan horse.
Did hackers really hack into Julianne Hough's iPhone and steal her private photos?
The actress/singer/dancer may have not wanted this kind of exposure.
The BBC has broadcast a claim by Heather Mills, the former wife of Sir Paul McCartney, that a Mirror journalist hacked into voicemails left by the ex-Beatle on her mobile phone.
British police are investigating possible cases of computer hacking, in the ongoing probe into the activities of The News of the World and News International.
The BBC has broadcast a report claiming that phone hacking was not just a problem at the Murdoch-owned "News of the World", but was also common place at its arch-rival "The Sunday Mirror" too.
Richard Baldry is Chet's guest on this week's Chet Chat. Chet and Richard talk about Google blocking the .co.cc domain, Patch Tuesday, Apple's JailBreakMe.com patch and the "phone hacking" and malware related to the News of the World scandal.
New claims are being made that journalists didn't just spy on celebrities and members of the public by listening to voicemail messages but also used malware to hack into computers.
Two famous sex-life bloggers wonder out loud whether they were sent a Trojan horse by a British newspaper.
Mobile phone security expert David Rogers explains how "phone hacking" is done, and how you can better protect your mobile phone's voicemail.