News@8pm: New MacBook Air and Angry Birds cheat

Plus: HTC Desire HD available on Three

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Another Apple event another gorgeous piece of tech. The Cupertino company revealed its new MacBook Air, with features inspired by the iPad and the iPhone 4. Jobs said Apple's most portable laptop yet is "like nothing we've ever created before". You can check out our MacBook Air pictures here to see if you agree.

But that wasn't all, Apple also announced that FaceTime was coming to the Mac, unveiled iLife 11, and teased us with a look at OS X Lion.

Away from all things Apple, and Angry Birds has been back in the headlines, fresh from crashing the GetJar website. For any of the two million who downloaded the full Android version last week, a bug has been found so that you can now unlock the harder levels. You can see the Angry Birds Android cheat video here. For iPhone fans of the bird-slinging antics, an Angry Birds Halloween edition has landed on the iPhone and iPad.

In smartphone news, the HTC Desire HD and Samsung Omnia 7 will be available from Three which will please both Android and Windows Phone 7 fans, while Samsung Galaxy S owners can expect to get Android 2.2 in early November. If you love the Galaxy S you've probably cast your eye over the Samsung Galaxy Tab which is available to pre-order from Tesco.

To round-up your dose of today's news Samsung is preparing 3D prescription glasses, to help the regular spec wearers who have to put another pair of glasses on to comfortably enjoy the 3D TV revolution. Insert your own SpecSavers joke here.