Well, it seems as if there is actually something good to be said about Apple Maps - it uses a fifth as much data as Google's version.
Apple has rebuffed reports that its upcoming cloud service will offer streaming music capabilities.
Indeed, any music accessed via the cloud needs to be stored on a device before it can be listened to.
Google’s Android is adding a bit of fire power to its media arsenal. In the fall, Twentieth Century Fox will launch a service putting Fox movie downloads in the hands of Android users.
Firefox 4 is stomping on Internet Explorer 9, having tallied over five million downloads in its first 24 hours of release.
It's an often-asked question - yes, of course the iPad is a wonderful device, but is it actually any use? And now figures from Nielsen appear to show that many owners can't think of a thing to do with it.
Verizon has claimed that its 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) network field trials achieved peak download speeds of 40 to 50 megabits per second (Mbps) and upload rates of 20 to 25 Mbps.
Sprint has confirmed plans to expand its 4G mobile broadband service to several major cities during 2010, including Boston, Denver, New York and San Francisco.
Apple is promising a $10,000 gift card to the person who makes the ten billionth iTunes download.