Samsung Electronics has announced a new naming strategy for its Galaxy range of smartphones.
There'll be five different classes of device, each identified by a single letter. A 'class indicator' will then provide more information.
Facebook is making a number of changes to its service, with improvements to its privacy controls.
It's also phasing out the 'Places' feature, which was available to mobile phone users, and will now allow users to 'check in' by adding location to anything - including status updates, photos and Wall posts.
It's reported that a court in the Netherlands has issued a preliminary injunction against the Samsung Galaxy S, Galaxy S II and Samsung Ace smartphones.
The decision follows a request by Apple and concerns a single software patent involving the photo gallery on phones. The legal order affects Samsung subsidiaries registered in the Netherlands, from where Samsung apparently manages much of its European distribution.
The UK's Advertising Standards Authority has upheld a complaint against a TV advertisement for the Motorola Atrix, which described the device as "The world's most powerful smartphone".
Motorola Mobility had said the claim wasn't just based on RAM and processor speed but a combination of features, including the phone's operating system, display, battery life, biometric security and docking system.
A BBC survey into 3G coverage across the UK has shown that people who were able to receive a data connection only managed to use a 3G signal for 75% of the time.
For almost a quarter of the time they were connecting to 2G GPRS technology.