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Mobimex ft. Lion's RunMobimex ft. Lion's Run
This year Mobimex Group will be part of one of the best show ever - Lion's Run. Our car will be Aston Martin DBS under number 26. Behind the steering wheel will be CEO of the company - Joe Peters.

abuzzWine app offers access to many wine estatesabuzzWine app offers access to many wine estates
In association with Cybercellar, abuzzWine has released an application for Android users that enables users to buy wine from hundreds of participating wine estates. It has been developed in answer to an identified need from extensive research in the wine industry.

Alcatel partners with Marvel for Iron Man 3
One Touch Idol smartphone to appear in the latest offering in the franchise, which is released nationwide next Thursday

Apple tries to block sale of new HTC products in the US

Apple tries to block sale of new HTC products in the US

Apple has filed a court application to halt the sale of HTC's latest smartphones, including the One series, in the US.

HTC had been ordered by the US International Trade Commission (USITC) in December to remove a data detection feature patented by Apple if it wanted to continue the sale of its handsets. However, Apple claimed devices including the One X and One S continue to infringe the patent and has asked the commission to have all HTC Android handsets blocked from the US until the row is resolved. In its complaint, Apple said: 'The commission allowed HTC four months to either negotiate a license with Apple or to remove the infringing functionality from its Android devices. HTC did neither.'

A spokesperson for HTC told The Washington Post: 'HTC has completed the review process with US Customs and HTC devices have been released, as they are in compliance with the ITC's ruling.'

Earlier this week, HTC said the delayed release of its products into the US was affecting its financials. It downgraded its second quarter sales prediction by 1.33% to NT$91bn (£1.97bn).