News@10: Tesco Game Trade-Ins, HP webOS Tablets & Google

Tesco has announced a new game trade-in scheme in 60 of its outlets across the United Kingdom. The supermarket giant has decided to roll out the service across outlets in the UK after conducting a successful trail at its Basildon branch earlier in the year.

New facial recognition software is ready to be released despite apprehensions from privacy watchdogs. A product of software-maker, the yet-to-be named software has the capability to recognise a face by comparing the positions of nose, eyes and mouth with that of the images available on web

Symantec has warned of a new breed of fake anti-virus attack, which attempts to install malware on target computers by tricking users into disabling their existing anti-virus software.

Hewlett-Packard (HP) has confirmed plans to launch a webOS-based device in early 2011. In a conference call to discuss HP third quarter earnings, company executive vice president of the personal systems group said: "You'll see us with a Microsoft product out in the near future and a webOS-based product in early 2011."

Google has tested a search function which displays automatically updating search results as users type in their search query. The new search function is designed to save users' time by giving them more focused search results, that are supposedly more relevant to their search query.