Micro-blogging service Twitter says it’s acquired 100 million active users in the last five years.
More than half of these people log in to Twitter each day - and around 55% of those 100 million actively use Twitter on mobile devices.
The Düsseldorf Regional Court has upheld Apple’s preliminary injunction against the Galaxy Tab 10.1.
It means that Samsung can’t sell the Galaxy Tab 10.1 (or any new devices that share the same design) in Germany.
Vodafone has launched a Research & Development centre in California’s Silicon Valley.
It’s called Vodafone Xone and can provide technical expertise, financial assistance, logistical support and facilities to help US technology companies test their products and services on Vodafone’s global network.
Mark Bridge writes:
Welcome to this week's news summary from The Fonecast. Sorry it's late but I have a reasonably good excuse. On Friday I was in central London to meet Hans Eriksson of Bambuser. He was about to stream his life online for 24 hours, relying on social networking to find him off-beat attractions. You'll find our conversation on TheFonecast.com – and the results are at bambuserchallenge.tumblr.com