AMNews: HTC Ruby Emerges, Virgin Unveils 15Gbps Cable Broadband, LG Optimus 3D Available on Three

Another unknown HTC Smartphone has emerged online; the Ruby surfaced on Yahoo's photo sharing website, Flickr, and interestingly, its existence came to light because of a reflection in the screen of an HTC Flyer tablet showing two handsets that haven't been launched yet.

Leading American film studio Twentieth Century Fox is bringing its films to Smartphones and tablet computers powered by Google’s Android operating system. According to The Financial Times, Los Angeles, California-based subsidiary of the News Corp. has revealed that the production house is gearing up to bring its films to Google’s Android platform with the launch of Blu-ray discs.

UK ISP Virgin Media has announced that its three month trial of the world's fastest cable broadband at the London-based tech business centre, Techhub, also known as the Silicon Roundabout, has been successful. Back in April, the company had started trials at four start-ups using the same cable infrastructure and technology that is behind the broadband service for millions of Virgin Media customers in the UK.

Software giant Microsoft has dished out tools to help developers build social games on Azure cloud computing platform. During the Casual Connect conference in Seattle, Microsoft rolled out a toolkit for social games developers, containing codes for several basic back-end functionality that all social games must have.

Good news for all those who have been eagerly waiting to get their hands on the new LG Optimus 3D - the handset is now available from network operator Three UK. The LG Optimus 3D, which happens to be the first ever glasses-free 3D enabled Smartphone device in the world, is undoubtedly also one of the most anticipated phones of recent times.