Apple says it'll be holding its annual Worldwide Developers Conference from 6th - 10th June 2011 at San Francisco's Moscone West building.
The company has previously announced new iPhone devices on the first day of the WWDC - most recently, the iPhone 4 was revealed at WWDC 2010 - which suggests that the 'iPhone 5' could be the star of this year's show.
The Mobile Money Network, which was founded by Charles Dunstone, Monitise plc and Best Buy Europe last year, says it'll reveal details of its first service tomorrow.
New non-executive Chairman Sir Stuart Rose is set to announce Simply Tap, a service that'll allow consumers using any mobile phone on any network to buy anything from retailers signed up to the platform.
ViewSonic Europe has announced a 'try for free' promotional offer that enables customers to return their ViewPad 7 tablet if they're not completely satisfied.
Dissatisfied customers are given 20 days to experience the 7-inch Android tablet; they then need to return the device within a 10-day window (i.e. within 30 days from the date on their invoice) for a full refund.
Researchers from Edinburgh University, Konkuk University and Seoul National University have developed a piece of technology that could improve memory storage on electronic equipment, including mobile phones and tablet computers.
Not only does the 'microelectromechanical system-based non-volatile memory device' offer faster operation than conventional flash memory, it also uses less power.
tinyHippos, a young Canadian company that builds tools to help mobile developers, has been acquired by Research In Motion.
As part of the takeover, the tinyHippos Ripple mobile emulator will be enhanced to include BlackBerry support.