Late News: Apple TV, Amazon May Offer Galaxy Nexus, RIM Facing Lawsuit Over BBX

Apple is seemingly reviving its TV plans and has called upon none other than Jeff Robbin who was the key to the development of the iPod and iTunes media store. Bloomberg, citing "three people with knowledge of the project", has reported that an internal development effort for a TV project is underway and Robbin would be overlooking the same.

Amazon has put the Galaxy Nexus on preorder (with delivery on the 2nd of November) for a whopping £730 including free delivery, which is a near 50 per cent premium compared to the selling price at Clove Technology.

First a damp launch of PlayBook then the 72 hour long outage and now a trademark lawsuit finds RIM in a long dark tunnel without any light at its end. Basis International, a Mexico based Software Company that owns the BBX trademark, has filed a suit against the BlackBerry maker for using the BBX name for its next generation smartphone and tablet OS.

Nationwide in partnership with IBM has redeveloped its internet banking platform to provide customers with new and improved banking experience. Nationwide joined the online banking bandwagon about 14 years ago but, the platform they have been utilising until now has grown old and doesn't really scale well with the requirements of current times.

As Windows XP completed its 10th year, Microsoft has confirmed that there are no plans to extend the April, 2014 retirement of the highly popular desktop operating system. Introduced back in 2001, Windows XP officially completed its 10 years on Tuesday.