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4G mobile operator EE will host a hackathon in London next month in order to spur development of apps that make use of the higher networking speeds offered by its 4G LTE service.
Opera's new Android web browser is out of beta and available to download, bringing few changes to the app since it was unveiled earlier this year.
Intel is hoping to gain more support for devices that use its Atom mobile chip by releasing a set of tools that the company says makes it easier to develop apps for Android devices that use ARM, as well as Intel, chip designs.
The BBC has now released its iPlayer app for handsets running Windows Phone 8, but it won't be available for devices running the older Windows Phone 7.5 version of the software.
Nokia's Lumia 925 hero handset is due to go on sale from June - here's my take on how the new device stacks up to previous generations of Lumia and the rest of the smartphone market.
Skype users can now leave video messages for other people when they are offline.
Customers in 12 more UK towns can now sign up for 4G services from EE, bringing the total number of locations covered by its LTE network to 62.
The BlackBerry Q10 is now available to buy in the UK, but only from one retailer. However, it will be offered more widely, but the networks aren't saying when.
EE's Q1 financial results show the network now has 318,000 4G customers since it launched the service five months ago. However, look a little deeper, and it's not all good news for the company.