Been busy? Don’t worry – here is a quick round-up of some of the most interesting news and opinion in the digital industry from this week.


Sony drags itself back into profit for the first time in 4 years. Nokia investors are concerned over the company’s failure to catch up with Apple and Samsung in smartphone sales. Huawei boss says US business block on telecoms equipment group will backfire. Microsoft will pocket $3.4 billion from Android this year . Microsoft considering 1 million offer to buy Nook Media . Tablets will be replaced by hybrids in “two to three years” says AMD Executive . Adobe kills Creative Suite, moves to service-based Creative Cloud . Digital Trends Tablet sales will surpass PCs by the end of the year.


Nokia release a new image of their upcoming Lumia 928 smartphone. Facebook announces new features for ‘Home’ as first update rolls out. Acer Executive tips the W3 Windows 8 Tablet for launch on 4th June. Amazon are developing a smartphone with a 3D screen. Google Glass receives over-the-air XE5 software update. Samsung unveils Galaxy Core smartphone, touts dual-sim cards


Pentagon accuses China of trying to hack US defence networks US Government orders removal of Defcad 3D-gun designs Miscellaneous 5 creative ways to use Linkedin company pages. British teenager wins $100,000 US technology fellowship.