News@8pm: Apple app store milestone and 4G UK trials

Plus: Sony hacked again and iOS 5 latest

Welcome to your nightly round-up of the day's news and goings on courtesy of T3.com.

TomTom announced its GO LIVE 800 series, an advancement in satnavs telling you where jams are and how best to avoid them. Trials of 4G coverage are set to kick off in the UK in September courtesy of Everything Everywhere (Orange/T-Mobile) and BT.

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Sony woes continues as the Sony Ericsson Canada website was hacked days after Sony announced the previous network failings would cost over £100million. The NGP game portfolio continues to increase, after Codemasters announced F1 2011 would be available.

Apple celebrated yet another milestone today after it hosted its 500,000th app in its App store. A UK store confirmed they would supply their students with an iPad 2, as it looks to lead the way in education.

It is understood that the latest iOS 5 update will not be hitting the iPhone 3GS, with the sole beneficiaries to be Apple's latest models including the iPhone 4. The Mac creators have also been granted access to Samsung's unreleased gadgets in an ongoing patent issue between the two companies.

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