The Swype text input application, which recently hit the headlines when a Samsung Galaxy S user managed to beat the SMS world record, is now available for a number of Nokia mobile phones.
Dublin-based mobile messaging company Openmind Networks has launched a VoIP service that can be integrated with a customer's existing mobile phone number. The service, called Portico, is being deployed by a European carrier using their own brand (which is probably why Openmind isn't naming names).
A new report from Pyramid Research says Everything Everywhere, the company behind the merged Orange and T-Mobile UK businesses, has become the country's telecom market leader. It estimates that 21% of total UK telecom market revenue will come from the new company.
Web services giant AOL has announced that Rally Up, a small California-based mobile applications business, will be joining it to build 'mobile first' products.
Tonight's big Apple announcement was, as expected, focussed on the music rather than the mobile side of the business.
The company has introduced a new iPod touch music player with many of the features that were first introduced on the iPhone 4, including a 'Retina Display', Apple's A4 chip, FaceTime video calling over WiFi (with front-facing camera and microphone), 3-axis gyroscope and HD video recording.