Al Gore, the former US Vice President and, in case you didn't know, also a member of Apple's board, confirmed that Apple will indeed launch the iPhone 5 next month. At the Discovery Invest Leadership Summit, Gore said that "the new iPhones" (plural) would be "out next month".
OnLive has launched its brand new on-demand video game service at the 2011 Eurogamer Expo, hosted in London. This new service, according to the company, includes a wide range of video games for the UK’s gaming-community.
Nokia has replaced its chief technology officer at a time when the company is hoping for a turnaround with Windows Phone 7. The company announced that Henry Tirri will become the new chief technology officer after Rich Green, who became CTO in May 2010, took personal leave in June.
TalkTalk has yet again topped the list of telecom operators against whom consumers lodge complaints with Ofcom. Regulators have said that TalkTalk has received the maximum number of complaints from both landline telephone and fixed broadband customers.
Oracle has lowered the amount of damages it wants Google to pay over Java patent infringement to around $2 billion. The search engine giant immediately proceeded to cry foul over the damages estimated by an expert hired by Oracle.