Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein has provided a vague outline of the roadmap HP plans to take for launching webOS-based Palm devices in the future. Speaking during the Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco, Rubinstein told the crowd that Palm was working on a number of smartphones and a tablet device, which he said will be a "hit" when launched next year.
Apple has announced that it will be selling all 13 Beatles Studio albums and special digital box set as from today after it managed to secure agreements with Apple Corps and EMI.
A site advising student protesters how to avoid arrest has been taken down at the request of the Metropolitan Police department. Metropolitan Police claimed that the site, Fitwatch, was "being used to undertake criminal activities" after posting a blog offering advice to students on how to escape detection following last week's protest against the rise in university tuition fees.
BT has revealed that Caxton in Cambridgeshire and Malvern in Worcestershire are the first two towns to register 1,000 votes as part of the Race to Infinity initiative. So far, BT has received more than 200,000 votes from across the UK since the scheme was launched on 1 October as people register to have super-fast broadband installed in their local exchange.