Nerd Facebook Google+ has added another collection of decent features to its web interface, now showing "What's Hot" on the network and building "Ripples" infographics to show how posts have been shared with other users.
Sussex Police is conducting an interesting interactive experiment today, putting out a live, multi-channel, multimedia broadcast of its team going about their business, both back in the station and out on the streets.
Today's announcement that Sony is buying out Ericsson's share of its mobile phone joint venture leads to one very big question. What will Sony be like without the guidance of Swedish mobile giant Ericsson?
Tsuyoshi Kikukawa, the President of Olympus who took over as CEO after Brit boss Michael Woodford was booted out for querying mysterious payments, has quit. The company lost over half its value during his short CEO stint. [Reuters]
Google has revealed a huge pile of data covering the various requests it receives from world governments to remove material, revealing that British authorities asked it to chop 135 YouTube clips over "National Security" concerns.
Google's antiquated (in smartphone years) Nexus S phone, which launched at the very end of 2010, will receive an update to the new Ice Cream Sandwich version of the mobile OS, with Google promising it'll arrive "within weeks".
There could soon be a properly integrated, online, streaming, cloud-based and very futuristic unified Apple television system, with sources claiming Apple's iTunes engineer is secretly working on an all-in-one TV product.
This was hinted at when HTC announced its HTC Rhyme and we saw Dropbox as a pre-loaded app, now HTC has confirmed it. Future buyers of HTC Android phones get a useful 5GB of free Dropbox storage space.