Tech Today: iPhone 5, iPad 3 and Microsoft's tablet OS

Plus: ASUS PadFone and Twitter legal landmark

The biggest tech news from the weekend.

Samsung demands to see iPad 3 and iPhone 5
Samsung has demanded to see the next Apple iPhone and iPad in the latest round of a tit-for-tat legal battle. Last week Samsung was forced to show Apple its forthcoming phone and tablet designs as part of a bitter patent dispute. Apple claims that Samsung is copying its designs.
Link: Apple Insider

ASUS PadFone revealed
Here's a new one on us. An Android smartphone that slots into the back of a docking station, that's also a tablet. The ASUS PadFone is set to be unearthed officially by the company tomorrow so stay tuned for the full details.
Link: Pocket Now


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Microsoft to unveil new tablet OS?
With the iPad and Android hogging all the fun, everyone has been asking, when is Microsoft going to start setting its mind to the tablet game? To that end, Bloomberg is reporting that Microsoft may launch a new tablet OS this week. Windows 7 tablets may finally be on the way.
Link: CNET

Twitter gives-up libelous tweeters
In a landmark legal ruling that could have wide-ranging implications for the super-injunction controversies currently engulfing the UK, Twitter has been forced to give up the personal details of five users who are connected to a libel case in South Tyneside. The ruling may help Mr Giggs in his quest to nail the Twitter users who named him.
Link: Sky News

Major US defense contractor hacked
The Pentagon's major supplier of arms Lockheed Martin has come under a 'significant hack'. The computer systems of the company came under attack over the weekend in an what is being referred to as "an ardatious act of cyber-warfare". China and Russia are believed to be under suspicion.
Link: Telegraph