News@5: Hyper Texting Teens, BT Vision Gets 3D Films & Call of Duty: Black Ops

Movie and game rental outfit, Blockbuster allows punters to swap two games out of a list of six titles and pay only 99p to get Call of Duty : Black Ops; the offer does not appear to be available online and to be fair, is not as good as the one from Currys, Tesco or even Sainsburys. The game is normally available from Blockbuster for £44.99, which is £8 more expensive than at Tesco or Asda.

Mozilla has celebrated the sixth birthday of its Firefox web browser by inviting users to send postcards to its Mountain View or Paris offices. The web browser, which debuted on 9 November 2004, has now garnered a user base of 400 million users worldwide, out of which 150 million have applied the Facebook add-on for a more social browsing experience.

BT has released a new 3D movie on-demand service to be clubbed with its BT Vision IPTV service. The company said that it had struck a deal with NBC Universal to show every single 3D movie title released by the studio for the next 12 months.

The first picture of what seems to be the successor to the Sony Ericsson Xperial X10 has been leaked online, displacing the latter as the company's top of the range smartphone, possibly being called a Bravia Phone.

A recent study undertaken by the American Public Health Association has revealed that teens who text excessively are more likely to smoke, drink, take drugs and have sex with multiple partners.