Though Apple hasn't launched the iPad in the UK yet, the device is available over there from two online retailers who've imported the tablet to sell it at a premium to Brits.
Online retailers Play.com and Expansys will both stock Apple's iPad when it hits the UK.
Google has defended HTC, which manufacturers the search engine's Nexus One, after Apple accused HTC of infringing 20 of its patents.
More than half (53 percent) of employers research potential job candidates on social networks such as Facebook, says CareerBuilder.co.uk.
Google could be sued by the family of author Philip K Dick -- the man behind the book Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, which Blade Runner was based.
Mophie will unveil a credit card reader for the Apple iPhone at CES this week.
Micro-blogging site Twitter is having a positive effect on the number of consumers using their mobile phone to access the web, says Novarra.
A quarter of office workers would steal sensitive company data if they thought it would help a friend or family member in securing a job, says CyberArk.
Google is giving users of Docs, its online application suite, the ability to download a number of documents simultaneously.
Orange will make Apple's iPhone available on November 10 in the UK, ending O2's exclusive partnership with Apple in that country.
Facebook has created a new version of its iPhone app that allows users to upload videos shot on the iPhone 3GS to the social networking site.
O2 has restored internet connections and MMS services for the "vast majority" of its mobile phone customers, including the iPhone, after an outage affected hundreds of thousands of UK monthly contract users.
The U.S. has been named the world's biggest spam-producing country.
With O2's exclusive UK contract with the iPhone 3G reportedly coming to an end soon, Apple's iPhone 3G could soon be available on T-Mobile and Orange.
In the UK, Play.com is offering 8GB and 16GB iPhones that can be used on any network for £549.99 and £599.99, respectively.