Here are some of the headline that grabbed the attention this week.
- iOS 5.0.1 released over-the-air, some battery issues still not resolved.
- iPhone 4S released in more countries, sold out in Hong Kong in 10 minutes.
- Exploit in iOS safari found, but rumoured to have been patched now.
- Apple say that Siri is iPhone 4S only. Will not be made available for older devices.
- Panorama option for photos hidden in iOS 5.
- Apple update iOS Apple Store app for EasyPay in stores.
- iCloud still having issues as more countries come online.
- US Music Match reset again for developers, but still no public release yet.
- Rumour: iOS 5 has already been upgraded on 40% of the devices that can run it.
- Order and Chaos accounts hacked again.
- More details on Infinity Blade 2 released and it sounds impressive.
- Amazon give Stanza a final update after complains, but this one will be the last.
- Atari release a new Asteriods game (Asteroids Gunner)
- Gamelofts Dungeon Hunter 3 coming soon, screens shot now available.
- Doctor Who offical Encyclopedia app released. Very good, but expensive.
In other tech news:
- HP hold a meeting of all webOS staff and tell them they have still not decided, and to wait another month.
- Adobe stop development of Flash for mobile. RIM have suggested they want to develop it now.
- Rumours that Silverlight may also be on its way out as well.
- Mobile gaming market now belongs to Android and iOS (Nintendo down from 70% to 36% in two years)
- Amazon increase production orders for the Kindle Fire (could be 5 millions units in total.)
- Amazon purchase iOS develoers Yap (maybe looking at voice control for Kindle)
- Steam gaming service is hacked.
- Logitech admit a $100 million lost on the Google TV.
- Face recognition on the Android 4.0 can be fooled into unlocking by a photo.
- Barnes and Noble update the Nook Tablet in the US.