Iain, James and Mark discuss Monday's big Apple announcements before talking about 4G LTE interference, Windows on tablets, Acer's problems, a new price comparison site and a mountain rescue that was helped by a cameraphone.
Mobile social gaming company Scoreloop has been acquired by Research In Motion.
Scoreloop, which offers a free software development kit that helps game developers, will continue its cross-platform approach but promises an 'unparalleled' approach to BlackBerry devices.
The GSMA, the London-based trade organisation representing the interests of mobile operators worldwide, has announced that its CEO is leaving later this year.
Rob Conway will step down from 1st September after leading the organisation for 12 years.
Sony has announced that the successor to the PlayStation Portable handheld gaming device - which had been codenamed NGP - will officially be called PlayStation Vita.
It's due to launch before the end of the year in two versions; a WiFi-only model costing €249 in Europe and a 3G/Wi-Fi model for €299.
Mark Bridge writes:
It's been a headline-grabbing couple of weeks for micro-blogging site Twitter. First it picks up London-based TweetDeck for what was probably around $40 million - and then it's built into the next version of Apple's iPhone and iPad operating system. From this autumn you'll be able to tweet from within the camera app, the web browser, the contact application and even YouTube on your iOS5 device.