Mark Bridge writes:
It’s been an annus horribilis for Research In Motion. In fact, the BBC was already using that very phrase about the BlackBerry manufacturer two months ago.
The Apple iPhone has been in the news this week following a couple of reports that detailed unexpected behaviour from the device.
Customers have been warned about generating unexpectedly high bills after it was reported that a data control option within the phone’s settings isn’t explained particularly clearly.
Amazon.com says it’s been selling more than a million Kindle e-book readers per week for the last three weeks.
The new Kindle Fire, which went on sale in the USA last month, is currently the company’s best-selling, most gifted, and most wished for product.
Andrew Griffiths has been appointed as the new UK and Ireland managing director for Samsung Electronics.
He replaces David Song, who is moving to the company’s PC business.
Train operator ScotRail is the latest rail company to launch a mobile phone app.
It says this is currently the only UK app that provides real-time train information for the UK and ticket purchasing for UK rail routes without any additional charge.