Weekend roundup: Brits don't want Windows 8, Apple shares HTC patent, Gangnam tops YouTube, Will.i.am offers 'Genius-phone'

Survey reveals that less than half of Brits who regularly surf the web will upgrade to Windows 8
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We take a look at what happened in the world of technology news over the weekend.

Survey reveals less than half of web-using Brits want Windows 8

Toluna Quick Surveys received over 2,00 responses from a variety of Britons who regularly surf the web.

The survey found that only 13.5 per cent of these users were 'very likely' to upgrade to Windows' new operating system.

Windows 7 was found to be the most popular choice, as 28 per cent of users opted to stick with the OS.

Apple ordered to share HTC deal with Samsung

A US judge has ordered the firm to disclose the details of its patent-sharing with HTC to rival phone maker Samsung.

The South Korean mobile giant requested that details of the deal be shared with the firm as it continues to fight against Apple in a patent dispute of its own.

Gangnam Style becomes most-watched video on YouTube

The hit dance track from Psy has become an internet phenomenon, amassing over 808 million views since it was first posted back in July.

Gangnam Style, which has topped charts in over 28 countries, recently won best video at this year's MTV Europe Music Awards, in addition to taking the YouTube crown away from teenybopper Justin Bieber.

Will.i.am wants to turn your smartphone into a 'genius-phone'

The singer has launched a dedicated camera accessory for Apple's iPhone, which reportedly has "its own sensor and a better flash, which is designed to "turn your smartphone into a genius-phone."

The device has been made in partnership with Intel, who hired the man behind chart-topping group Black Eyed Peas as "director of creative innovation" last year.

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