Noon News: BlackBerry Curve 9320 On Three, Inside Xbox UK To be Discontinued, AT&T Forays into Home Security

The new BlackBerry Curve 9320 will available from mobile network Three. RIM's latest BlackBerry smartphone will be available from the carrier online and in store from 14th May. On Pay As You Go the device will be available for £139.99, and from £15/month on contract.

Inside Xbox's UK arm has announced it too will be discontinued, following suit from the US branch which revealed it would no longer be providing videos and news. "Following the news last week that Inside Xbox in the US was to cease production, the team in Europe has been investigating what makes most sense for them and the Xbox LIVE community as they continue to strive to deliver the latest gaming and entertainment news for users across the region," said the Major in a statement.

The recent edition of the Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association (CTIA) event has provided the opportunity for many technology companies to display their latest innovations. HzO has jumped at the chance to demonstrate its waterproofing technology, for smartphones and tablets.

AT&T is expanding its remit and looking beyond the mobile world, with a move into home security systems. The smart-home market, as it's known, has already seen Verizon get on board, and AT&T's security offering will be called Digital Life, with the firm showing it off at CTIA.

HP has pulled the curtains on a number of new HP Pavilion notebooks including the m6, the dv-series and the g-series. The first one has a 15.6in LED backlit BrightView display with a 1,366 x 768 pixels resolution, Beats Audio, dual speakers and subwoofer and up to eight hours battery life. It comes with an optional backlit keyboard, either AMD or Intel processors as well as discrete graphics modules. HP also included some proprietary innovations including HP CoolSnese, ProtectSmart, SimPass and TrueVision HD Webcam.