"Jon Venables groomed me online": Single mother spent a year exchanging flirty messages with James Bulger killer without knowing his…

'Venables tried to groom me': Single mother's unknowing flirt with Bulger killer until he scared her off with graphic image Sarah Finn spent a year chatting to Bulger killer not knowing his identity Single mother-of-one describes him as 'charming, kind and easy to talk to'Venables tried to convince her to meet and she nearly let him see her sonMs Finn ended online relationship after he sent a picture of his penis By Sara Malm PUBLISHED: 00:32 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:32 GMT, 3 March 2013 Child murderer Jon Venables spent nearly a year trying to seduce a mother-of-one, she has revealed. Sarah Finn, 36, unknowingly exchanged flirty online messages and texts with James Bugler’s killer before his 2010 conviction.

Now it"s the iWatch! Apple "set to launch tiny computer on wrist which can send texts and access internet"

Now it's the iWatch! Apple 'set to launch tiny computer on wrist which can send texts and access internet'Rumoured Apple watch would have a one-and-a-half inch LED screen'iWatch' to receive emails, texts and Facebook alerts | UPDATED: 21:19 GMT, 30 December 2012 They brought you the iPad, the iPod and the iPhone – to name but a few. Now prepare yourself for Apple's next big thing – the iWatch. According to reports in China, where Apple manufactures most of its products, the latest 'smartwatch' is set to go on sale next summer

Sex texts epidemic: Experts warn sharing explicit photos is corrupting children

Sex texts epidemic: Experts warn sharing explicit photos is corrupting childrenA disturbing investigation has warned that children as young as 13 are routinely swapping intimate photos One boy told Channel 4 News that 'you would have seen a girl's breasts before you've seen their face'A girl told researchers that she gets asked for explicit pictures at least two or three times a week Censors were forced yesterday to announce a crackdown on depraved films amid fears they distort boys views on women | UPDATED: 07:36 GMT, 11 December 2012 Disturbing: A new report has found that boys and girls as young as 13 are routinely swapping explicit photos of themselves a practice known as 'sexting' Boys and girls as young as 13 routinely swap explicit pictures of themselves, a disturbing investigation reveals today. Children are now so sexualised the practice has become ‘mundane and mainstream’