News@10: Retina Display, Adobe Security Updates & HP Pay bSkyB $318 Million

Apple has announced a revolutionary new display technology for its new iPhone 4 during the company's World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) yesterday.

Adobe has decided to postpone the release of a patch for a flaw in its Reader PDF viewer until the end of the month. A security update for its Flash software will be released 10 June.

UK cultural secretary Jeremy Hunt has hinted at the possibility of new legislation aimed at speeding up the release of superfast broadband across the UK.

Alcatel-Lucent has managed to acquire a contract for laying a 17,000 km-long submarine cable network linking South Africa to France, worth $500 million.

Hewlett-Packard has agreed to pay BSkyB $318 million to settle a lawsuit filed by the broadcasting company over a faulty EDS CRM provided by HP.