AMNews: God of War IV, Microsoft Sues Comet, PS Vita Price Cuts, HTC Flyer Gets Android 3.2 Update

God of War is a very successful game franchise developed by Sony Computer Entertainment - and they have every intention of continuing to move the franchise along. There are rumours the company is working the next chapter in the series - God of War IV.

UK retailer Comet has been accused by Microsoft of selling fake Windows recovery CDs. The Windows maker claims Comet created and sold 94,000 fake Windows recovery CDs to consumers who purchased PCs and laptops running Windows XP and Windows Vista operating systems.

Japanese retailers have decided to lower the price of Sony's latest hand-held PlayStation Vita after the console saw its sales dip considerably in the second week of its launch. The console sold 324,859 units in its first week in Japan but, slipped to 72,479 units in the second week.

A month ago, HTC announced it would release a Honeycomb update for the HTC Flyer tablet soon. Today, the company made that update available. According to HTC, the Android 3.2 update will make the device smoother. Also, with the disappearance of the wallpaper lag, the device will be cooler than ever.

If various rumours are to be believed, Research in Motion will be reshuffling their leadership and appointing a new chairman. Further, co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie might also relinquish their current positions in the company's board. Sources familiar with this matter commented that Barbara Stymiest, the independent director who became a part of company's board in 2007, has high a possibility of being appointed chairman.