Noon News: iPhone To Get Voice Recognition, Apple Sued Over iCloud, IMF Under Cyber Attack, Android Based Eee Pad Slider Tablet

A leak of the internal build of the iOS 5 platform has indicated that the iPhone might soon get voice recognition features powered by Nuance. It was earlier rumoured that the iPad maker is in active discussions for voice dictation software maker Nuance to bring voice recognition powered features to the iOS platform, ZD Net reports.

Apple has been dragged to the court yet again, this time by the Phoenix based computer communication company iCloud Communications for allegedly infringing on its exclusive right over the name “iCloud”. Apple unveiled its new iCloud service on June 6, aimed at providing iOS users with an easy, wireless platform for sharing their music, videos, calenders, photos and other data between iOS devices and computers.

The International Monetary Fund has been hit by a large, sophisticated and potentially state-sponsored cyber attack. The IMF failed to release details on the nature and extent of the attack, but security experts believe that the cyber attack could have been a serious breach.

A new, ”revolutionary” pair of sunglasses has been unveiled by ZionEyes, a US based social media company, that allows users to record footage, and upload them in real time on Facebook, Daily News & Analysis reports. The company reports that the glasses include a tiny camera, placed at the juncture of the right arm and the main frame. Thanks to its incredibly small size, as well as the placement, it is almost impossible for even the most capable eyes to notice the camera.

Asus plans to launch the Android based Eee Pad Slider tablet in the UK this August, along with a 3G version of the Asus Eee Pad Transformer tablet. The final pricing for the two highly anticipated tablets has not been confirmed but the company’s UK Facebook page confirmed that the devices will be launched sometime in August, Engadget reports.