Noon News: Google MP3 Music Store, BlackBerry Services Backs to Normal, Image Recognition on eBay Mobile Apps

Google, after introducing cloud music service, is opening an MP3 store to compete with Apple and Amazon. Google introduced a cloud music service with limited capabilities five months ago and now they are in talks with major record labels to expand the service.

Computer maker Dell has started integrating the storage, networking and archiving technologies it had acquired, with its existing product line-up. Dell has spent a considerable amount of money acquiring technologies that would enable it to offer a complete solution portfolio for enterprise users.

Beleaguered mobile phone manufacturer RIM published an update before a conference call with RIM's Co-CEO in which it confirmed that Blackberry services have been restored. The statement read: "BlackBerry services are operating well globally.

Samsung and Google have sent the invites for an event in Hong Kong, in which the companies are expected to unveil the new Android Ice Cream Sandwich and the Nexus Prime. The tagline for the invite reads ‘Calling All First-to-knowers’ and has a picture depicting Android Ice Cream Sandwich at the bottom.

eBay is adopting new image-recognition technology for its mobile offerings that will allow the shoppers to click photos of items they covet, for example a pair of nice shoes some friend is wearing, which an eBay application will match up with similar items on eBay.com for sale.