Mobile operators and TfL could be close to agreeing a deal that will see mobile phone signal offered on London's underground rail network.
Sony has officially announced the UK launch of the new X Series Walkman this week, the first to feature a touchscreen display, OLED screen and the built-in digital noise cancelling technology.
A Nokia suit at the recent CTIA Wireless event in the US committed an embarrassing faux pas when he told the world that the Finns had managed to sell 13 million of its new touchscreen phone, the 5800 XpressMusic.
A groundbreaking new loudspeaker, less than 0.25mm thick, has been developed by University of Warwick engineers. It's flat, flexible, could be hung on a wall like a picture, and its way of generating sound could make public announcements clearer, crisper, and easier to hear.
Nokia has been forced to pull certain models of its 5800 XpressMusic phone after it was revealed they couldn't connect to 3G in certain US cities.
Is this a sign of Nokia trying to rally its Comes with Music application by getting it into the hands of more consumers? Retailers are dropping the price of the first handset to carry the service, the 5310 XpressMusic, which comes with 12 months' unlimited downloads.
Nokia held an audiocast for developers to sell them on S60 version 5th edition, and future possibilities
There's a lot of buzz around Nokia's new touch-sensitive handset, but could the underlying operating system cause it problems? It has a sexy codename (Tube), a cinematic endorsement (Morgan Freeman in The Dark Knight) and, perhaps importantly, brand new touch software that could challenge the iPhone's mobile supremacy.
There is an awful lot of fuss about the Nokia Tube. And with good reason - a lot of people are waiting for a decent touch handset that can truly compete with the iPhone. Trouble is, it won't be this one.