Two slides showing a Nokia concept phone with the Lumia and the Pureview brandings (opens in new tab) have surfaced on a Chinese website, it168.com. The current Pureview 808 handset - which is based on Symbian - has yet to go on sale, having been launched at the Mobile World Congress back in February.
It seems Anonymous plans to expand from bringing down (opens in new tab) just a couple of website, at least when it comes to the Chinese government. One member of the hacking group claims the organisation is to launch further attacks in the future, in the hopes of releasing the Chinese population from the bonds of censorship.
Several hospitals in Essex have joined forces (opens in new tab) and formed the Anglia Ruskin Health Partnership, in order to deliver a more integrated social care within that region. Among the six projects that aim to reach their target, is the implementation of Apple's new iPads into the hospital daily routine. Basildon Hospital is the first facility to pilot the efficiency of the new high-tech tools.
The HTC Titan handset is the biggest Windows Phone smartphone (opens in new tab) on the market yet and costs as little as £300 at Expansys, SIM free and unbranded. The handset comes with a single core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor clocked at 1.5GHz, 512MB RAM, 16GB onboard storage, a 4.7-inch 800 by 480 capacitive display, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, an eight-megapixel camera with F/2.2 lens, dual LED flash, BSI sensor, a 1.3-megapixel front facing camera and HD video recording capabilities.
Intel has launched a new class of devices called the Studybook tablets (opens in new tab) which is in essence a Classmate PC with a touchscreen display rather than a keyboard. The semiconductor giant claims that more than seven million Classmate PCs have been shipped to students with hardware and software partners in excess of 500 present in 70 countries worldwide.