Late News: ZTE Skate & Libra Debuts in UK, SlideShare Adopts HTML5, Android 2.3.6 Update for Nexus S

The highly anticipated Google branded Samsung Nexus Prime has received its Bluetooth certificate. The device will be manufactured by Samsung but will be branded by Google.

Chinese mobile maker ZTE has dished out its own branded smartphones in the UK with hopes of grabbing some market share from more established players. The Android based Skate and Libra smartphones are being distributed by Brightpoint and are available from retailers like Amazon, Clove and Expansys.

Online presentation sharing platform SlideShare has announced that it has moved its entire platform on HTML5, dumping Adobe’s Flash platform in the process. The company said that its 55 million users will now be able to view the presentations in HTML5, which also means that SlideShare will now be accessible through iOS and other mobile devices.

Internet search giant Google is rolling out the Android 2.3.6 update, also known as Gingerbread for its Nexus S smartphone, the company, which turned 13 yesterday, announced. Google further stated that Nexus handsets all around the globe will be receiving the updated Android version over the air automatically.

A new revelation made by a Experian Hitwise suggests that more and more visitors are joining Google’s latest venture in the social networking world – Google+. Google opened its brand new social media platform for public just a few days back, after carrying out a beta testing for about three months.