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Van Persie 'wants to sign new deal'
Robin van Persie is keen to stay at Manchester United beyond the end of his current contract and is fully behind David Moyes.
[BBC News UK] Diana 'gave royal phone book to NoW'
Princess Diana gave a royal phone book to the News of the World because she wanted to "take on" her estranged husband, Prince Charles, the Old Bailey phone-hacking trial hears.
[BBC News UK] S Africa accuses Rwanda of murder
South Africa accuses three expelled Rwandan diplomats of links to the murder and attempted murder of dissidents living in South Africa.
[BBC News Africa] Abia want game moved from Maiduguri
Abia ask for Saturday's Premier League match against El-Kanemi to be moved from Maiduguri because of security fears.
[BBC News Africa] The troll in the president's office
A rogue tweet sent from the Rwandan president's Twitter account has exposed a notorious Twitter troll.
[BBC] The Troll in the President's Office
A rogue tweet sent from the Rwandan president's account appears to have exposed a notorious Twitter troll.
[BBC News] Top five things to do in Singapore
Singapore is about as Western as you can get for Asia. English is their first language, they drive on the left (not that you'd want to!), taxis are cheap and the shopping has everything you could wish for. Shop Orchard Road I...
[nzherald.co.nz - travel] Apple wants Samsung to pay $40 per phone for five patents
Has Apple gone too far?
[CNN Money] Taiwan: To the islands
I'm standing in the middle of a long stretch of golden sand, cool, refreshing water lapping at my feet. The sea is so clean that when I wade out and dunk myself in it past head-height I can see little reef fish darting around (...)
[nzherald.co.nz - travel] Which NAS should I buy to store files?
Iain has filled his PC's hard drive and wants to move files to a storage system that the rest of the family can access from PCs and various mobile devices. By Jack SchofieldJack Schofield
[The Guardian] Computer science students help singers learn their vowels
Voice students who want to perfect how they sing their vowels could get help from a new simple, free application developed by a group of students who developed it as part of their Human-Computer Interaction computer science class.
[Science daily] Platform would protect smartphones from cyber criminals
Criminals don't have to pick your pocket to get what they want out of your mobile. But a certifiably secure operating platform is being developed by researchers so that consumers can be confident that their mobile data is safe.
[Science daily] Is Facebook overvalued?
The social network is growing through acquisitions. But investors may want to take a second look at how they are valuing that growth.
[CNN Money] Shrinking microcontrollers, means smaller wearable computers
If you want a wearable Internet of Things, the electronics have to be as small and as energy efficient as possible. That's why a new microcontroller by Freescale Semiconductor is notable.
[Network World] The 'Internet of things,' beyond the hype at Mobile World Congress
If you want to find out how the so-called Internet of things is shaking up the tech industry, Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is the place to be this week.