Nokia's Ovi app store has finally been made publicly available.
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Microsoft's Kumo search engine may be publically unveiled next week, says the Wall Street Journal.
The world's Global Positioning System (GPS) could collapse next year, say US officials.
Panasonic revealed a loss of US$4bn for the 2008 financial year.
Legislation which will see illegal file sharers disconnected from the internet has been passed by the French National Assembly, despite initially being rejected last month.
Virgin Media has joined forces with Channel 4 and BSkyB in a bid to help the government tackle internet piracy.
The UK Film Council, along with a number of other industry bodies and trade unions, is urging the government to ban illegal downloaders from the net.
Brits would rather cut back on food than Internet access, says <a href="http://www.o2.co.uk">O2.</a>
On average, Brits are getting less than half the broadband speed they pay for, says Broadband Genie.
Slow Wi-Fi connections in urban areas may be caused by baby monitors and other unlicensed devices that operate on the 2.4GHz band, says Ofcom.
Virgin Media has revealed that following successful labs trials, it is publicly testing 200Mbps broadband access.
O2 has come out on top in a survey run by ISP comparison site BroadbandChoices.co.uk.
A web tool that answers questions directly rather than offering a list of search results could become as popular as Google, according to its inventor.
HTC has revealed that its Magic handset, which runs on Google's Android platform, won't be available in the UK until May 5.
Research in Motion (RIM) looks set to launch a new version of its BlackBerry Storm handset.