Oh dear, and it was all going to well for Sky. After ignoring Android in favour of iOS devices for ages, we've recently seen the broadcaster bring most of its apps to Android. But the fancy new interactive F1 coverage will remain an iPad exclusive.
The poor old Lumia 800 looks like it'll finally be over its launch glitches, thanks to the newest firmware update -- which early installers are reporting to work wonders on the phone's already battered battery.
A worrying new trend over in the US is seeing recruiters start to ask for full access to the social networks of potential applicants, with some organisations asking would-be staff to sign in and let bosses have a good poke around in their non-public posts and messages.
A US judge has told Motorola to give Apple details concerning the development of Google's Android OS, along with more information covering the recently approved purchase of Motorola Mobility by the search giant.
Virgin Media has just launched a selection of 'Red Button' interactive features, designed to give sports fans yet more angles of footballers gobbing on themselves. And it'll also make Virgin's broadcasting of Sky's 2012 F1 coverage all the more in-depth.
HTC's had some stick over the years for putting slightly ropey cameras in its smartphones, a flaw it's trying to fix with its new One Series models and their ImageSense technology. And this is what it can do.