Tech Today: iTunes Match launch imminent, RIM hit with lawsuit
Apple's iTunes Match service may be days away from a US launch, while Nokia's Kinetic Labs Concept may show us the future of smartphones. Meanwhile, YouTube is debating whether man boobs count as porn
iTunes Match set for imminent US launch
Apple's subscription based music platform iTunes Match could be launched prior to the weekend after the company announced that it was deleting libraries for developers testing the service in Beta. The service, which scans your entire music library and replaces digital files with high quality tracks from iTunes available to download from the cloud is set to launch in the US at the end of October. Apple is yet to reach agreements with UK record labels.
Nokia 'Kinetic' flexible display appears at Nokia World
It wasn't just the launch of the company's first Windows Phone handsets making waves at Nokia World in London, but a look into the potential future of all smartphones. The Kinetic Labs Concept features a flexible display and is controlled by "physically deforming" the device. The custom-built custom UI allows you to navigate through menus by twisting the device, while bending the edges allows you to zoom in or out.