Jason Derulo Tames Katy Perry’s ‘roar’ As He Reaches Uk Top Spot With ‘talk Dirty’

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It has been designed by Tesco for its 20 million customers and more, focusing on accessibility and convenience. With super-fast 1.5GHz quad-core processor and dual-band Wi-Fi, users will find Hudl a great companion for their needs, from films, music and TV through to staying in touch, learning new things, shopping and playing games. The scratch-resistant HD display screen is beautifully clear and with 243 pixels per inch, it’s perfect for enjoying HD movies in 16:9 widescreen. It has up to 9 hour video battery life and 16GB of memory which can be extended to 48GB. Hudl combines the best of Tesco with the Android Jellybean 4.2.2 operating system meaning that customers can access everything on Google and over a million apps. Tesco designed and built the tablet from scratch, tailoring it around customer needs and ease of use. Hudl users can enjoy instant access to Tesco’s full range of digital services, all in one place, through a convenient, dedicated launcher button. These include blinkbox movies and TV, music and Clubcard TV (which offers free films and TV programmes exclusively for Clubcard holders), banking and of course shopping for groceries, clothing, homeware and more. Hudl comes in four colours and will be available to buy in store and online (on Tesco.com and Tesco Direct sites) from 30 September and will retail at 119. Hudl is about making Tesco customers’ lives easier, so Tesco Clubcard holders will be able to buy it at an even better price. Hudl will be available on Clubcard Boost* where customers can double the value of their vouchers, meaning many will be able to buy it for less than 100. According to OFCOM, three quarters of UK households do not have a tablet.

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Picture: Jason Derulo – iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party at Fontainebleau BleauLive – Arrivals – Miami Beach, FL, United States – Sunday 30th June 2013 Jason Derulo is celebrating his third UK No.1 single, with latest track ‘Talk Dirty’ taking the top spot in this week’s Official Singles Chart. The American R&B singer sold over 160,000 copies this past week and pushed Katy Perry’s single to the second position, ending her two week reign on top. ‘Talk Dirty’ has become Derulo’s fastest selling single ever in the UK, and is the third fastest selling single of 2013. He spoke to OfficialCharts.com and said “talk Dirty is Number 1? Heeeeeelll yeah” He added “My new album is not even out yet and already making history because of you! Thank you for your continued support, I’m gonna have to move to the UK in a minute!” The No.1 single features American rapper 2 Chainz and it is the second track off his upcoming 3rd studio album ‘Tattoos’ which will be released in the UK this Monday. The album’s first single , ‘The Other side’ was released back in June and was denied the top spot by Robin Thicke’s summer hit ‘Blurred Lines’. Jessie J’s new entry ‘It’s My Party’ reached No.3 while OneRepublic’s ‘Counting Stars’ dropped to the forth position. the 24 year old took to his twitter account thanking his fans from across the pond- “UK thank u so much!” Deurlo’s third studio album ‘Tattoos’ will be released in the UK on September 23rd 2013. The Official UK Top 10 Singles is listed below: 1 Jason Derulo – Talk Dirty (ft. 2 Chainz) 2 Katy Perry – Roar 3 Jessie J – It’s My Party 4 OneRepublic – Counting Stars 5 Avicii – You Make Me 6 Avicii – Wake Me Up 7 Drake – Hold On, We’re Going Home (ft. Majid Jordan) 8 Ellie Goulding – Burn 9 9 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Same Love (ft. Mary Lambert) 10 Klangkarussell – Sonnentanz (Sun Don’t Shine) (ft. Will Heard) ‘Talk Dirty’ is the singers 3rd UK No.1 Contactmusic

UK Debates Security vs. Privacy

He says legislative initiatives such as the communications data bill that Home Secretary Theresa May tried to push through last year would make it legal for the government to monger anything and everything, which breeches peoples civil liberties. Snoopers charter The communications data bill, dubbed by some the snoopers charter, would make it mandatory for Internet service providers to track the records of everyones Internet use data such as web browsing history and social networking site messages, and store the data for 12 months, without storing the content. The records could be accessed by the police without a warrant. The bill, which was originally introduced in June 2012, was opposed by the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg who said the bill lacks balance between security and liberty. In a private letter leaked to the Guardian, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Yahoo!, and Twitter also wrote to May last April that the bill is expensive to implement and highly contentious, and that they would not voluntarily comply with the bill. But May and Defense Secretary Phillip Hammond and other MPs became keen to revive the bill in the wake of the tragic murder of the 23 year-old British soldier, Lee Rigby, in Woolwich in May this year. They believe that the extension of monitoring powers would help prevent similar extremist attacks. Anthony Glees, a professor of politics at the University of Buckingham and the director of the universitys Centre for Security and Intelligence Studies, says laws such as what the communications data bill is proposing are not about eroding civil liberties, but rather protecting civil liberties. If anyone calls it the snoopers charter is totally idiotic. Its investigating; it needs to done lawfully, Glees says. There are good people and bad people in this world. Lets get the bad people. Despite the lobbying efforts for the bill, it is likely not going to get enough support to pass in its current form. In an emailed response, a spokesperson with the Home Office reiterated a statement released earlier by the department on the issue: The Government is committed to ensuring that law enforcement and intelligence agencies have the powers they need to protect the public and ensure national security, the spokesperson said. The Government is continuing to look at ways of addressing this issue with communication service providers.