Noon News: Google Ideas Anti Extremism Conference, Internet Explorer 10 Preview 2, No Nokia N9 Release in UK

In the latest in its attempts to live up to the slogan, Don't Be Evil, Google Ideas has organised a three day summit against violent extremism in Dublin, Ireland. Google’s new division, Google Ideas organised a three days long summit bringing together nearly 220 delegates, including former gang members, jihadis, right wing extremists, or religious militants.

The migration to the new Google Docs user interface is apparently having some teething issues as a number of users are reporting having trouble accessing the spreadsheet module of the company's online office apps.

Google has released a new tool that will make it easier for small and medium sized businesses to create their own mobile websites. In a blog post, the company explained that the Google Sites mobile landing pages, also called Google Mobilize, will allow anyone to make a mobile landing in a short time for free and without any knowledge of coding.

On Wednesday Microsoft released the second preview version of its forthcoming Internet Explorer 10 to developers. According to tech website PCMag, Microsoft has released the latest preview of Internet Explorer 10 to developers for testing and trials before it releases a final product.

It looks as if Nokia has deliberately chosen not to launch the Nokia N9 in a few countries including the United Kingdom, Germany and France, three of its biggest markets in Europe. The list of locations where the N9 will be launched can be found here and we wonder whether Nokia has chosen not to launch a handset that could potentially harm the launch of its first Windows Phone 7 handset, the Sea Ray.