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Noon News: Best Buy HTC Flyer Goof Up, Samsung Galaxy Nexus Specs, Free Spotify on Virgin Media

Retailer Best Buy admitted to a blunder on its online shopping website when the company, for a brief period, started offering the HTC Flyer tablet for $99.

A test version of the WebOS application package or IPK file that allows you to run Android on HP TouchPad has been developed by a Chinese developer who goes by the pseudonym Chomper.

ARM Holding plc and United Microelectronics Corp, a leading global semiconductor foundry, in a formal announcement on 6th October, declared that they are entering into a long term agreement that will provide the customers of UMC foundry access to the ARM Artisan Physical IP solutions validated on UMC’s 28HPM process technology.

The main specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus have been revealed by US tech news website BGR.com days after the release of the iPhone 4S. According to the site the phone, which will be called the Nexus Prime, is set to be released next month and will come with Android Ice Cream Sandwich, it will be a mere 9mm thin and have a 4.65-inch 1280x720 pixel Super AMOLED HD screen with curved glass.

Rob Kerr from One Mobile Ring has exclusively learnt that Virgin Media will soon be announcing that popular music streaming service Spotify will be accessible on Virgin Mobile phones without incurring any data charges, or affecting the accompanying phone’s data allowance.