AMNews: HTC Fixing Android Vulnerability, Zune Declared Dead by Microsoft, Android Getting Chrome?

The latest concern for HTC is the massive security vulnerability which has been identified in its Android smartphones. Even though the Taiwanese mobile maker said that such security loopholes have not resulted into any data leaks, they are taking the matter seriously and working to fix it as soon as possible.

Samsung has hinted that it might not sell its Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia if the device continues to be banned as a part of its ongoing legal battle with Apple. A lawyer representing the company claimed that releasing the tablet before the Christmas holiday season is of paramount importance to the company.

For gadget lovers and Android users one of the mysteries is that why Google Chrome in not integrated in the Android platform? The web browser present in the Android operating system is neither called Chrome not it appears or operates like Chrome even though it is the mobile phone operating system from Google itself.

On the day Apple was expected to launch the iPhone 5, Microsoft has announced that it will no longer be producing its Zune players and will instead be focusing on the Windows Phone platform as the core of their mobile music and video strategy.

Robert Shoesmith set up his tent outside the Apple Store in London prepared to camp out for weeks to get his hands on the iPhone 5, now it seems he'll have to make do with the iPhone 4S. The 30-year-old from Coventry is determined to see it through nonetheless and is documenting the experience on his blog www.iphone5experiment.com.