Noon News: OnLive Launching with 100+ Games, Yahoo Image Search Revamped, Apple iOS 5 Beta 6 Releasing August 17th?

Leading cloud gaming platform OnLive has confirmed that it is going to introduce a brand new instant-play gaming service in the UK on 22nd September. The new technology, which was unveiled in the US last summer, will enable users to play some of the most famous titles only using a broadband connection, and without requiring any type of installation.

Regulators in California are reviewing wireless carrier AT&T’s $39 billion acquisition of rival T-Mobile. An acquisition as big as this has hardly run into trouble from state regulators as companies generally focus on getting federal approval by the Department of Justice and the Federal Communications Commission.

Internet company Yahoo has updated its image search feature with a new look and features including integration with Facebook. The revamped Yahoo image search comes with three tabs, Top Results, Galleries and Facebook.

The Information Commissionaire's Office’s (ICO) apparent inability to impose a monetary fine on Lush- the cosmetic firm which failed to provide full-proof security to the records of thousands of its customers against hackers, has sent out a wrong message, one of the leading authentication firm in the country SecurEnvoy claims.

Tech giant Apple Inc. is going to unveil the sixth beta version of its forthcoming iOS 5 on Wednesday, August 17, a new report claims. According to this report by the technology site 9to5 Mac, the OTA update code cracked by their technical team is hinting very much towards the new beta version of the iOS 5 being available from August 17 onwards.