Songs by The Beatles have stormed the iTunes UK's top 200 chart, 24 hours after becoming available on iTunes. According to UK daily newspaper The Guardian, 31 songs belonging the Fab Four are now in the iTunes UK's top 200 chart.
A village in Kent has been revealed to have the slowest broadband speeds in the UK. According to research conducted by broadband comparison siteTop10.com, the village of Farningham in Kent averages an abysmal 1.30Mbps.
Fitwatch is now back up and running after being taken down on the orders of the Metropolitan Police. The Metropolitan Police had demanded Fitwatch’s web hosting provider Justhost.com suspend the domain name after a blog offering advice to students fearing arrest in the aftermath of last week’s protest at the Millbank complex was posted on the site.
An analyst at investment bank Rodman & Renshaw has claimed that tablet devices may not be able to live up to the hype as consumers cut down on spending. According to Bloomberg, analyst Ashok Kumar said that companies like Apple and Samsung may have trouble reaching their sales targets thanks to low consumer spending.
Microsoft's shareholders are frustrated with the fact that the company's shares have not yielded much gain despite the company posting record gains and profits this year.