Tech Today: Apple iOS Maps, Nintendo Wii 2 storage

Plus: Sir Howard set for the chop?

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Adobe Photoshop for iPad moved a step closer today with the launch of three desktop companion apps, which offer improved functionality with use of the Apple tablet. Photoshop Touch Eazel, Color Lava and Nav. The apps allow you to control the tools over Wi-Fi, mix new colours and, of course, fingerpaint.
Link: Engadget

Sony chief Sir Howard Stringer is coming under pressure to quit the company following the latest Sony hack which brought down the Sony Online Entertainment portal on Monday. The Welsh CEO could, according to reports, end up being the fall guy after it was revealed that the personal data of another 25 million users had been compromised.
Link: Telegraph

Apple is on the lookout for an engineer to take its iOS Maps app to a new level according to a recent job posting. The company is advertising for someone to work on "innovative features" and "sophisticated user interfaces". Could Apple be about to ditch Google Maps for its own service?
Link: 9to5Mac

The BlackBerry PlayBook may go 3D with an over-the-air update in the future after RIM showcased 3D content created by The Astonishing Tribe - a recent RIM acquisition. The software update could see 3D content transferred onto a 3D TV using the HDMI adaptor on the BlackBerry PlayBook.
Link: TechRadar

The Nintendo Wii 2 will have just 8GB of storage according to the latest rumour doing the rounds. The successor to the Wii will fall well short of the 250GB hard-drive on the top Xbox 360 and the whopping 320GB hard-drive on the PS3, if that turns out to be true. The Nintendo Wii 2 will be unveiled at E3 next month.
Link: CVG