At Apple's emergency press conference, held to discuss the iPhone 4's antenna issues, the company announced that the company would be giving out free bumpers to all iPhone 4 owners worldwide.
MySpace has revamped its profile pages, adding a left-sided navigation menu, a MySpace stream allowing users to view a user's recent activity, and tabs at top of the page that allow users to follow contacts on other social networking platforms including Facebook and Twitter.
Lawyers representing dance music label Ministry of Sound have sent letters to thousands of suspected illegal file sharers in Britain, threatening to take them to court.
Nokia and Research In Motion (RIM) have criticised Apple for calling antenna issue affecting its iPhone 4 “a challenge for the whole industry." Apple CEO Steve Jobs had said that rival's smartphones also suffered from similar issues.
Google is set to test a feature that will allow a number of accounts to be signed in within a single browser. Reports suggest that the facility will be tested for a number of Google’s online products, including Calendar, Code, Docs, Gmail and Reader.