T-Mobile has become the sixth and last mobile network provider in the UK to publish details about its monthly plans for the Apple iPhone 4 smartphone and unfortunately, they are not as excited as we were expecting.
Facebook has signed a deal with Malaysian payment technology company MOL Global, to sell Facebook Credit gift cards in MOL's network of retail outlets. The service, which will be powered by MOL's AccessPortal, will be available to use in all 500,000 MOL retail stores.
Google's YouTube video sharing service has launched the beta of its Leanback service. Leanback allows users to watch videos continuously based on their preferences, the company has announced.
Facebook is investigating a fault on a mobile e-mail notification service it provides for BlackBerry users, technology website PC World reports. According to the report, Facebook has received complaints from a group of users called 'Facebook for BlackBerry smartphones', who say they are not able to receive notification of a new Facebook messages to their e-mail accounts.
Pocketlint and Electricpig report that the Apple iPod Touch circa 2010, which was one of the highlights of the show, is likely to be sold as a multimedia device for youth and kids (if they can afford it), come with a massive 5-megapixel camera that can shoot HD video and upload to youtube, native social networking capabilities, a built in accelerometer and gyroscope and Facetime capability.