News@10: Kinect Technology, iPod Zombies & iPhone 3GS Wi-Fi In China

China Unicom is set to release Apple's iPhone 3GS with enabled Wi-Fi capabilities in China on Monday. Citing sources within the company, The Wall Street Journal reported that the company is planning to bring Wi-Fi functionality to the smartphone in order to boost sales of the device in the Chinese market.

The technology used in Mocrosoft's Kinect motion-sensing Xbox 360 gaming peripheral has been revealed by a patent application filed with the US Patent and Trademark Office. Kinect uses technology which allows for user body tracking with depth mapping, voice controls and an industry standard video camera.

Kindle Developers have released the first pair of applications for the popular Amazon ebook reader using the Kindle development kit, both of which are unsurprisingly based on letters and numbers.

The Automobile Association (AA) has warned that people focussed on listening to music on their iPods could be at risk of causing a road accident. The company has said that the number of "iPod zombie pedestrians" and joggers that pay little or no attention to the traffic around them, thanks to their iPod, was rising.

Enterprise software firm SAP has accepted responsibility for copyright infringement and has a agreed to discontinue the infringing service and pay damages to Oracle.