News@10: Apple iLife'11 Appears On Amazon, Google To Face US Antitrust Probe & Nokie E7

Google will face antitrust investigation from the Texas Attorney General's office following complaints from three Web-based firms. The companies, Foundem, SourceTool/TradeComet and myTriggers, have accused Google of deliberately affecting their web traffic by reducing their ranking on its search engine.

BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) has reportedly acquired mobile Office and Exchange support software maker DataViz for $50 million. The acquisition will help RIM to boost the productivity capabilities of its BlackBerry devices.

Apple's yet-to-be-announced iLife'11 Family Pack version has appeared on online retail giant Amazon's website, with a list price of $99 and an estimated shipping date. The recent listing on Amazon has suggested that the product will be shipped in "2 to 4 weeks".

Nokia is set to introduce its new E7 smartphone during the Nokia World expo, taking place next week in London. Nokia is also expected to announce the availability of its N8 smartphone device, which was unveiled seven months ago, as well as a number of other smartphones.

Apple has removed all spam messages posted on its Ping musical social network. The company has also introduced several tweaks to the interface, designed to allow for better navigation on the service. Apple has added 'forward' and 'back' buttons to the interface, allowing users to navigate more easily from page to page.