With motion-sensitive gaming having largely held the center-stage at the recently-concluded Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), the three gaming console bigwigs - Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony - are apparently vying for the top slot in the motion-controller space.
The accolades coming the way of Motorola's follow-up Droid - the Droid X, on Verizon Wireless - are an evident indication that the handset, which hits the markets July 15, is one of the hottest smartphones being debuted this summer; virtually at par with the HTC EVO 4G and the Apple iPhone 4!
According to a Thursday announcement by popular microblogging site Twitter, the company has worked out a settlement agreement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) which was investigating the company's supposedly slipshod security practices that came to light after two high-profile hacking incidents last year.
The court ruling in the 2007-filed copyright infringement lawsuit by media giant Viacom against Internet search biggie Google's video-sharing site YouTube recently went in favor of Google, with US District Judge Louis Stanton dismissing the case on the grounds that Google had acted expeditiously after being apprised by Viacom of copyrighted works on YouTube site.
With the evident online hysteria generated in reaction to an antenna issue - the "iPhone Death Grip" as it is being called - in the iPhone 4, Apple has finally acknowledged that holding the handset in a particular way can hamper its cellular reception.
The Unite union has said that if no further action is taken for a solution of the ongoing problem in between Tuesday, then the cabin crew of British Airways will be balloted.
The cabin crew members have done twenty-two days of strike in this year and the removal of travel concessions from the striking employees is the new dispute included in that strike.