Girl, three, saved by an iPhone app after mother recognises the symptoms of meningitis it described in her child

Mother saves daughter, 3, by checking meningitis symptoms on iPhone app after schoolmate dies from condition Hollie was diagnosed with viral meningitis while on a family weekend awayHer mother Claire checked her symptoms on a charity iPhone appShe thanked parents of schoolmate who died from condition after they raised awareness of disease | UPDATED: 14:48 GMT, 17 September 2012 A three-year-old girl was saved from the killer disease meningitis after her mother checked her symptoms on an iPhone app.

“Screw the gym! I’m getting pregnant tonight!”: Hysterical text message fails sent with love and laughter (and she meant Pringles)

“Screw the gym! I”m getting pregnant tonight!”: Hysterical text message fails sent with love but met with laughter (and she meant Pringles).Today”s iPhone users must suffer through what must be known as unintentional absurdity.

Britain’s dinkiest dog’s owner reveals pup’s battle to survive

“I worried I would give her too much milk and drown her”: Owner of Britain”s dinkiest dog reveals how she brought her fragile pup back from the brink. At first glance, the furry brown creature curled up inside a porcelain tea-cup looks like a sleeping dormouse, with tiny button-like ears, fingernail-sized paws and miniature eyes squeezed tightly shut.

Britain’s smallest dog Mini is so tiny she can sit on top of an iPhone

The pocket-sized puppy: Britain’s smallest dog Mini born weighing just 1.3oz and is so tiny she can sit on top of an iPhone. A little puppy born so small that her owner feared she wouldn’t survive is believed to be Britain’s smallest dog.

Google and Apple use planes that can film you sunbathing in your back garden

Beware the spy in the sky: After those Street View snoopers, Google and Apple use planes that can film you sunbathing in your back garden Software giants will use military-grade cameras to take powerful satellite images. Spy planes able to photograph sunbathers in their back gardens are being deployed by Google and Apple.