Apple has announced that applications designed for the iPhone 4 using its new iOS 4 will be able to fill the screen of an iPad. These applications designed for the iPad will automatically adjust to work with the new Retina Display of the iPhone 4.
ITV viewers were left furious after a technical glitch ruined the channel's live HD coverage of England's first match against the USA. The match was interrupted by a car advertisement.
Microsoft has demonstrated a number of motion-sensing games for its new Kinect controller-free Xbox 360 gaming peripheral.
US wireless carrier AT&T has blamed a company of self-styled "hackers", Goatse Security, for an e-mail leak that exposed the personal data of over 100,000 US iPad 3G users, including top-ranking officials at the White House.
St Andrew's Church, Bo'ness, West Lothian, is set to broadcast its services in real time on the iPhone and iPad. The church plans to stream videos of its services and sermons to iPhones and iPads in 3G-enabled areas of the world.