AMNews: Apple Final Cut Pro X Unveiled, Angry Birds Sync Feature Releasing Soon, HTC Sensation Adoption Picking Up

Apple has finally unveiled its Final Cut Pro X, the latest version of the company’s professional video editing software. The 64-bit software, written in Apple Cocoa will be equipped with a number of amazing features such as a brand new interface and speedy video editing processes.

Angry Birds users will soon be able to sync their game scores and levels across multiple devices, the company has revealed. Rovio, the game studio behind the award-winning game, confirmed via Twitter that it will soon dish out the score synchronisation functionality.

Gadget Show Live, 2011 has kicked off today at NEC, Birmingham boasting an array of amazing products from a number of interactive technology companies. Demonstrations of various products were presented by more than 250 big brand names, as well as by the R2D2 from Star Wars.

Sweden has been ranked first in the list of countries that are most adept in utilising information and communications technologies (ICT) for growth by a World Economic Forum report. The UK on the other hand failed to make it to the top-ten section, slipping two places to 15 in the latest Global Information Technology Report 2010-2011.

Three more UK network operators, T-Mobile, Orange and O2, have announced that they will sell HTC's new flagship, the Sensation, in June. Vodafone will have the handset exclusively for the whole month of May before the four other networks get their hands on it.