There's big news this week as Google announces plans to buy Motorola Mobility, Apple gets Samsung's new tablet banned and HTC invests in audio technology.
UK customers with 'pay as you go' mobile phones spend an average of 13 days a year browsing retail sites on their mobile devices. The figure comes from a new survey commissioned by mobile marketing provider Velti.
It means that prepay mobile users are spending over a third longer browsing mobile retail sites than their 'pay monthly' counterparts.
Machine-to-machine communications specialist Wireless Logic has been sold by Peter Jones CBE.
The deal, worth £35 million, involves private equity firm ECI Partners and the Wireless Logic management team.
Research In Motion has announced a free online service called BlackBerry Management Center.
It's designed for businesses with up to 100 BlackBerry smartphones. The business owner can automatically back-up information, remotely lock the handset, search for lost devices and remotely wipe content.