News@5: Nokia Ovi Store Surpasses 3 Million Downloads A Day, Economist App For iPad And iPhone Launched & Three

Nokia has announced that downloads from its Ovi application store have surpassed 3 million downloads every day. The Finnish smartphone giant said that daily downloads have grown significantly from two months ago, when Nokia reported it was receiving around 2 million downloads per day.

The Economist has released its paid-for magazine subscription application for Apple's range of iOS-based devices. The model for subscription is similar to the one offered by The Financial Times, which is owned by the Pearson Group that has a 50 per cent stake in the magazine.

Three is set to offer free Wi-Fi

in major cities across the UK by deploying 'Human Hotspots' armed with its MiFi devices. The Human Hotspots will allow people with Wi-Fi enabled mobile devices to access the web using Three's 3G network.

The US Air Force

is desperately urging its troops not to update their profiles on social networking sites.

Air Force officials are worried that servicemen and women updating social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and FourSquare, could allow enemies to pin-point troop locations and lead to attacks on soldiers or to enemy targets evading capture.

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak

has claimed that he was misquoted by Dutch paper De Telegraaf, which reported that Wozniak had said Android is better than iOS.