Noon News: Google Music Launched, Gmail App for iPhone Re-appears, 17% UK Adults Have Never Been Online

At a news conference on Wednesday Google Inc. formally declared the launch of an online music store along with a free Web storage locker for enjoying music from phones, computers and tablet devices. The news conference was held at Los Angeles.

Memory chip maker Rambus has lost an anti-trust case it had filed against rivals Micron and Hynix, causing its shares to plunge by almost 61 percent. After a two month long wait, the jury decided to throw out the anti-trust lawsuit filed by the company with a 9-3 vote, causing its share price to plunge.

Search engine giant Google has launched a bug-fixed version of the Gmail app for the iPhone after a botched initial roll out. The company dished out the highly anticipated Gmail app for the iPhone earlier but, was forced to yank it out of circulation due to some major bug issues.

Nearly one fifth of the adult population of UK has never accessed the Internet a recent report by Office of National Statistics (ONS) has claimed. The collected by ONS showed that 17 percent UK adults have never used internet.

BT is still working over details with Fujitsu regarding national telco's costing as well as development plans of products for the purpose of opening their duct and pole infrastructure (PIA).