Late News: Virgin Doubles Broadband Speeds, Super Secure Android Smartphones, Xbox 360 Kinect Family Bundle

Cloud based gaming service OnLive announced on Thursday the launch of the company's free desktop virtualisation application, aimed specifically at Android tablet users. Thanks to this exclusive new service, users will be able to run MS Office apps, as well as stream video and game titles in their Android powered tablet devices

Virgin Media is all set to beef up download speeds to approximately 1.5 million of its broadband customers across 30 major cities and towns in the UK, the company announced. They claim that the move is just the beginning of its "Double Speeds" effort to enhance existing broadband cable connections.

National Security Agency (NSA), US, unveiled its plans to handle and increase mobile security. This new security plan design is reportedly heavily inspired from Google's Android platform based smartphones though the agency made it clear that they do not want the security plan to be platform dependent.

Troubled camera maker Eastman Kodak has agreed to sell its moderately popular online photo service unit to Shutterfly - a Redwood based personal publishing service for reportedly $23.8 million. With this deal, Kodak, which once happened to be a dominating force in the handheld camera industry, will move one step closer to re-launching itself as a much slimmer entity and will be focusing on retail and destination photo solutions along with home printing products.

The latest news to hit the technology headlines is Microsoft's unveiling of a new limited edition all-white "Family Bundle" of the Xbox 360. The Microsoft Xbox 360 was first launched in white, however, soon after an Elite model was introduced in black - along with stylish matching controllers.