AMNews: Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V, Groupon Lawsuit, HTC Adds Dropbox App, Nokia 800 Pictures

Sony Ericsson's Xperia Neo V Android based smartphone is now available in the UK from Play.com. The device, which runs on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread, is available from Play.com for £259.99 or $415.

Daily deals giant Groupon has filed a lawsuit against two former employees for joining competitor, Google. The company has accused Michael Nolan and Brian Hanna of breaching their contract with the company by joining rival Google Offers.

HTC has confirmed that it reached an agreement with Dropbox - the cloud-based storage solution provider. According to the second largest smartphone maker in Asia, the new deal between the two companies features a pre-installed Dropbox app on the company's Android powered handsets, with 5 GB of free storage.

Shots of the Searay, commonly known as the Nokia 800, have appeared on tech website The Next Web courtesy of an anonymous sender. The phone is expected to be launched tomorrow during the Nokia World 2011 event which will be held in the UK.

The brand new version of the Linux Kernel designed by Linus Torvalds brings along vitalisation enhancements as well as assistance for the OpenRISC - an emerging processor architecture.