Android's app store, the Android Market, has exceeded 10 billion app downloads and to celebrate has kicked-off a generous 10-day sale. The sale, which started yesterday, will feature a new selection of apps available each day for just 10 cents each for the duration of the sale.
Trinity College Dublin has filed several applications in the past year to copyright the term “The Books of Kells”, for use in digital media and commercial products according to records from the organisation responsible for registering European trademarks.
We could all be paying more for our downloads from next year if the US government's proposed tax on digital goods is passed. The House of Representatives is set to debate a bill proposing the introduction of a federal tax on downloaded good and services, including music, videos and apps, in early 2011.