AMNews: T-Mobile Vivacity, Max Mosley Sues Google, UK Cyber Security Strategy, Thunderbolt Docking Station

T-Mobile recently introduced the Vivacity Android 2.3 device as its own branded budget smartphone. The device, available for under £100, runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, has a 5MP camera and a modest 3.5 inch touch screen.

Max Mosley, former president of Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), has sued Google over embarrassing search results, which the popular search engine generates when someone does a Google search by Mosley's name. As a former barrister, the ex Formula One boss, is well aware of the court procedures.

Ofcom, the telecom regulator in UK, recently said that a research on landline providers proved that 22 percent Virgin Media customers are dissatisfied with the services provided to them taking Virgin Media to the bottom of the list in customer satisfaction.

On Friday government revealed the new cyber security strategy, according to which GCHQ, the intelligence agency of UK, is the "main port of call" for those businesses which are dealing with cyber attacks. The Cheltenham-based GCHQ agency will receive huge amount of fund for its larger contribution to UK's cyber-defence, as announced by Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude in the The UK Cyber Security Strategy

It is a well known fact that Apple and Intel collaborated to develop bright Thunderbolt for the Mac line of notebooks. The interface of Thunderbolt is real fast and provides all types of connectivity options. Now, according to rumours, chip maker Intel is working to bring the Thunderbolt port to their Ultrabook platform to be used with a docking station.

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