News@10: Facebook Down, 10-Inch Samsung Galaxy Tab, Milo And Kate Scrapped

Facebook went down for the second time in two days, disappointing users across the world. The social networking giant welcomed its dedicated users with an error message across the world for several hours, for the second time within two days.

Apple has began to offer its iPad tablet device to resellers across the United States as a part of its planned marketing and expansion strategies. The Cupertino-based consumer electronics giant is rumoured to have allowed its distributors to offer the entire range of iPads to resellers across the country as a first step to expand availability of the gadget.

Samsung's General Manager Gary Twohig has revealed rather candidly during an interview to an Irish news site that the Korean company is going to launch a 10-inch version of its yet to be launched Galaxy Tab tablet.

Rumour suggests that the interactive child simulator Milo and Kate for Microsoft's Kinect has been scrapped. A Eurogamer source claims that Project Milo, which was intended to be released as a gaming title for the forthcoming Kinect, has been cancelled, and that 19 contractors working on the project have been laid off.

Anssi Vanjoki, the head of smartphone strategy who announced its resignation from Nokia recently, has revealed that he is quitting simply because he hasn't been chosen to replace the Finnish company's outed CEO.