News@10:Amazon's Grocery Store, Twitter For BlackBerry & HGST Lifestudio

Japanese storage specialist Hitachi Global Storage Technology has unveiled a new range of external hard disk drives, called Lifestudio, with a number of new features that sets it apart from the rest of the competition.

Research in Motion (RIM) has released the full version of its BlackBerry Twitter application, technology news site IT Pro has reported. According to the report, RIM launched the Twitter application for its smartphone device Blackberry 1.0 and BlackBerry App World last night.

Amazon UK has launched its own online grocery division, the Wall Street Journal reported yesterday. Online retailer Amazon, more widely known for selling books, games, DVDs and CDs across the world, last night launched its own grocery store, offering more than 22,000 consumer products.

Recent research has revealed that the number of Americans accessing the internet from mobile devices is increasing, the Washington Post has reported.

Mobile broadband users in the UK suffer from severe connection issues, technology blog Tech Watch has reported today. According to a study conducted by YouGov and Acision, users who depend upon dongles for using broadband connection are disappointed by the poor network quality provided.