If your mobile of choice is something new and big from HTC, you should have the company's HTC Watch film app pre-loaded. And if so, there are a few discounted movies available to rent and watch for only 49p.
Believe it or not, things are still capable of getting worse for Olympus. The crisis-struck camera company's latest shame comes via Japanese police and investigators, who have raided the firm's Japanese office.
Microsoft has come through with its promise to deliver a few UK-themed catch-up channels for those who do their TV watching through Xbox 360, with archive content from both Channel 4 and Five now available.
Google's launch of its Ice Cream Sandwich OS update for the Nexus S has been paused, while the company investigates issues concerning battery use, overheating and slow responses reported by users who've installed the upgrade.
The BPI's advisory system that warns parents their children are probably listening to rap music is coming to the online stores, with most of the UK digital shops agreeing to display a form of Parental Advisory warning when users download tunes.
Samsung's excellent Galaxy S II has been unofficially on the Android 4.0 update list for some time, now Samsung has confirmed it. The S II will see an upgrade to Google's Ice Cream Sandwich OS in the "first quarter of 2012."
Scientists at the University of Bristol are claiming to have created a form of music analysis tool, which calculates the chances of a pop song being a smash. Today's chart music? Entirely predictable? You don't say.
A future update to Virgin Media's TiVo software will add in support for the BBC's enhanced "Red Button" features, allowing Virgin subscribers to fiddle with all the corporation's multi-screen feeds of major events.