Tech Today: Apple iPhone 5 was left in a bar (again)

Plus: Facebook Music coming, latest iOS 5 beta outed

On a day dominated by the IFA tech show, trust Apple to lose another iPhone and gazump the lot!

Tech deja vu as Apple loses unreleased iPhone
CNET is reporting the unthinkable, that an unreleased iPhone model - most likely the iPhone 5 - was lost by an employee in a San Francisco bar in July. The bizarre story, which is a repeat of last year's shenanigans, saw Apple trace the device to a nearby flat, but the tenant denied all knowledge. CNET reckons it was sold on the internet for as little as $200. Wow.
Link: CNET

Facebook Music coming next month
It's been rumoured for a while, but it seems that Facebook might be ready to launch its built-in music service at its f8 conference on September 22nd. The service, which would link in with Spotify, as well as the MOG and Rdio services, will not see Facebook host any music itself, but just rely on partners.
Link: Mashable

iOS 5 Beta version 7 rolled-out to developers
Apple must be approaching a full launch of the iOS 5 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch operating system, after making the 7th Beta version available to developer. The new version offers bug-fixes and improved stability.
Link: The Next Web

Nintendo 3DS Ambassador Programme games announced
Those early-adopters who splashed out on the 3DS before Nintendo's big price cut, and signed up for the Ambassador Programme will receive free games likes of Metroid, Yoshi, Zelda II and Open Tournament Golf as Nintendo looks to make good.
Link: Engadget

Twitter to ramp-up ads, doesn't care if you're following
Social networking site Twitter is to start showing adverts on your page, even if you're not following that company. The company, which is seeking to better monetise the site, will start to roll-out "Promoted Tweets to users like your followers." later in September.
Link: AllThingsD