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News@10:Disney Buys Tapulous, New Yahoo Android Apps & Facetime

Yahoo has released app versions of its Mail, Search and Messenger services for Google's Android mobile operating system. The company has also updated the iOS 4 versions of the applications, increasing their HTML 5 compatibility to enable better desktop integration.

IBM has named Mozilla's Firefox as its default web browser, the company announced in a blog post. IBM's vice president wrote: "While other browsers have come and gone, Firefox is now the gold standard for what an open, secure, and standards-compliant browser should be."

Walt Disney has agreed to buy a leading mobile gaming company Tapulous is known for developing mobile games such as the Tap Tap series and Riddim Ribbon for Apple’s devices like iPod Touch, iPad, and iPhone and Twinkle for micro blogging site Twitter.

Kevin Russell, the CEO of mobile phone operator 3 UK, has admitted that he's not a great believer when it comes to video conferencing and the use of the iPhone 4's just released FaceTime application.

Cisco has released the Hosted Collaboration Solution, designed to allow IT partners to offer cloud based Cisco enterprise collaboration software to their customers.