News@10: iPhone Death Grip, Hulu Plus & More Adobe Patches

US-based law firm Kershaw, Cuttiner and Ratinoff is rallying users affected by the iPhone antenna problem to bring a class-action lawsuit against the iPod maker. The law firm isclaiming that it is investigating the iPhone 4 reception problem, referred to in certain places online as the "iPhone Death Grip".

Online video streaming site Hulu has confirmed that it will launch its Hulu Plus premium service for computers, iPads, iPhones, games consoles and televisions. Hulu Plus is set to cost users $9.99 per month

Adobe Systems has released an emergency security update to fix 17 vulnerabilities in its Reader and Acrobat applications, including two critical bugs that are being exploited by hackers in the wild.

Apple's productivity software suite iWork will be soon available as an iPhone app, if rumours are to be believed. iWork has so far only been available to Mac and iPad users

The Open University has announced that it has become the first entity to reach 20 million downloads on Apple's online store, iTunes. The free educational tracks were available on the iTunes U section which brings together free audio and video resources from educational organisations worldwide.