Noon News: Ofcom UK Mobile Coverage Map, Samsung Demands iPhone 4S Source Code, Google GoMo

Several key US technology trade groups have raised their voices in unison against an anti-piracy bill, which has been described as the music and movie industry's latest attempt to choke the internet.

Ofcom has come up with its first ever report on UK's communication infrastructure but, importantly it has also released a map depicting the performance of 2G as well as 3G mobile coverage in each part of the UK.

Motorola recently announced that in the second half of the month of November the Android 3.2 updates will be made available for 3G-enabled variants of Xoom. Honeycomb 3.2 has already been released by Motorola for Wi-Fi only variants of Xoom tablet for Europe.

Few weeks before, Apple succeeded in banning the launch of Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia. After this Samsung's counsel urged the courts in Australia to issue an order against Apple to reveal the source code of iPhone 4S.

Internet search giant Google has unveiled a new initiative, dubbed "GoMo" with the vision of assisting businesses in going mobile. GoMo, which happens to be the short form of Go Mobile, has been developed with the sole intention of helping out those businesses that have already come up with their own mobile websites, but finding it hard to manage it as per the desired level, explained Jesse Haines, Google's group marketing manager for mobile ads.