AMNews: Hyper-V & OpenNebula, UK Gets Broadband Advertising Guidelines, PlayBook Production Halted?

Windows maker Microsoft Corporation is joining forces with the team members of the OpenNebula project with the vision of extending Windows Server Hyper V support to the platform.

We7 - the rival of the massively popular online streaming music platform Spotify, has announced that it is going to shut down its demand streaming service. Ever since its launch in 2009, We7 has been offering steady resistance to Spotify’s goal of turning the on-demand music streaming market into a unipolar sphere.

The Committee of Advertising Standards has released new guidelines for Internet service providers when advertising broadband speeds. According to the committee, which regulates the advertisements in the UK, ISPs should only advertise speeds which are available to at least 10 percent of their customer base.

Beleaguered smartphone maker RIM may have already stopped the production of the Blackberry PlayBook and cancel future tablet projects according to an analyst from Collins Stewart.

Chip maker Picochip has claimed London would need 70,000 cells to deploy next generation Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile wireless technology. The company states that to meet growing demands for mobile services in the capital, network providers would have to move fast to deploy LTE technology in the city.