Evening News: Sony Drops Charges Against George Hotz, Nokia Launch X7, Dell Cloud Services

Much to the relief of the 21 year old New Jersey hacker George Hotz and his fans, Sony has decided to let go all the charges against him for jailbreaking the PS3 device, but only after making him promise that there will be no further attempts on his part to unlock the game console.

Nokia has unveiled its latest Smartphone, the X7, which has surfaced on the internet since November last year when it was snapped running Need for Speed. The handset has a rather strange designed with the four corners clipped. It comes with an AMOLED touchscreen display, which at 4-inch, is the biggest Nokia screen

Angry Birds has grown in popularity over the last year, boasting big name fans, including the British Prime Minister himself. The game, which allows players control a group of multi-coloured birds on a suicidal mission to retrieve their eggs robbed by evil green pigs, has been voted the best mobile app at the 2011 Appy Awards.

The Big Blue has launched two new pricing and financing programs that will help IBM Business Partners and start-up firms to build their own cloud computing infrastructure using IBM software and hardware.

Dell is planning to invest $1 billion to build 10 new data centres as a part of its long term goal of joining the cloud services bandwagon. The money that Dell is going to pour in making these new cloud computing centres, is specially aimed at providing solutions, services and cloud based options which will enable businesses to adapt into the rapidly developing cloud computing market