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Noon News: Galaxy Tab 10.1 Launched in US, Microsoft Zune HD Discontinued, Two Caught in Apple Store Robbery Case

T-Mobile USA unveiled the much awaited Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to customers in the US on Monday. Interestingly, the launch has come only a few days prior to the hearing of the preliminary injunction filed by Apple in a U.S court to ban the sales of the device withing the country.

Google has developed a new web programming language called Dart that gives developers an alternative to JavaScript. The company believes the new language will address the shortcomings of the old one.

Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning, the co-founders of the massively popular music sharing website Napster, have joined forces to roll out another Internet start up, according to confirmed reports.

After a week of speculations and confusions Microsoft official ended its 5 years old Zune media player. In a Windows Phone podcast the Senior marketing manager for Microsoft, Brian Seitz confirmed this news. He said to the co-host Matt Akers, “Since you and I both were Zune brethren there was finally the announcement that we are not going to be making the Zune HD anymore, which was a bummer”.

The police have arrested two people in connection to the smash-and-grab robbery at Apple’s Covent Garden store in Central London. The police were called on the scene at around 1 in the morning on Monday, after robbers smashed a window of the store and stole several precious Apple devices on display.