The Facebook app center, which launched in the USA last month, is now being rolled out in the UK.
It offers a combination of web-based and mobile apps, including Spotify and Words With Friends.
Samsung Electronics has published its pre-earnings guidance for the second quarter of 2012.
It estimates that sales revenue will reach around 47 trillion Won and operating profit will be approximately 6.7 trillion Won (£3.8 billion), which would be a 79% year-on-year increase.
Telefónica Digital has announced a number of significant developments in its ‘beyond connectivity’ strategy during an Investor Conference in London this week.
It’s revealed a number of major ‘direct to bill’ payment agreements, it’s entered a partnership with UAE-based network Etisalat and it’s using its experience from O2 Media to boost mobile advertising in Brazil.
The entire fleet of 47 trains operated by Translink NI Railways in Northern Ireland is being equipped with free WiFi.
Nomad Digital, which has already implemented wireless internet access on Amtrak and Virgin Trains, expects the full roll-out to be completed by the autumn.
Anti-virus software company Kaspersky Lab is warning of an application that secretly uploads a user’s phonebook to a remote server, from where ‘spam’ SMS messages are sent.
The app, called ‘Find and Call’, was available in iOS and Android versions via the Apple App Store and Google Play.