The weekend's tech news saw rumours of a next-generation Samsung Galaxy Tab, while Sony has announced a raft of new CyberShot cameras. Meanwhile there's news of a new Nokia Lumia handset
Jobs and Schmidt emails on job poaching revealed
Emails between late Apple visionary Steve Jobs and then Google CEO Eric Schmidt relating to Silicon Valley companies poaching each others employees have been revealed. Schmidt responded to Jobs' request saying: "I would be very pleased if your recruiting department would stop doing this." Schmidt sent this onto his staffing department, adding "Can you get this stopped and let me know why this is happening?" It was.
Nokia Lumia 910 coming to Europe?
We must admit to being a little disappointed that the Nokia Lumia 900 was a US exclusive, but it turns out we might get an improved version of the Windows Phone Mango device. Dutch retailer Typhone.com has listed the Nokia Lumia 910 among its incoming inventory, which appears to be identical to the Lumia 900 aside from a camera upgrade from 8 to 12-megapixels.
Next-gen Samsung Galaxy Tab coming at MWC
First it was coming, then it wasn't. It seems that Samsung is ready to delay the Galaxy S3 until after Mobile World Congress, but that doesn't mean its Barcelona-based bounty will fall short. The newest Galaxy Tab will likely to be 11.6 inches large, boasting a 2GHz dual-core processor and an incredible screen resolution of 2560 x 1600, according to reports.
Sony launches three new Cyber-Shot cameras
Sony has added some high-profile new members of the CyberShot family with three new compact cameras announced this weekend. The company has revealed the WX50, WX70 and, most impressively, the TX500V all-glass camera which brings an 18-megapixel sensor that's waterproof to 16-feet. As much as it upsets the iPhone 4S, there's plenty of life in the compact cam market just yet.
ASDA flogging 40-inch TV for £250
If you're relatively unconcerned by brand names then boy, does ASDA have a deal for you. The Wal-Mart owned supermarket is selling a 40-inch HD TV for just £250. The Luxor TV also offers built in Freeview and represents one of the best HDTV deals we've seen in recent times. Get on it.