Late News: Facebook To Launch Photo Sharing iPhone App, Call of Duty Black Ops Content, O2 Not To Sell RIM PlayBook

A new report has revealed that social networking juggernaut Facebook is planning to launch its own photo-sharing app, built exclusively for the iPhone. The news first broke on the technology news website TechCrunch, which claimed to have received a 50 MB file featuring documents and images that hint towards the social networking site coming up with a photo sharing tool for iPhone users in the near future.

Wireless hotspots may be increasingly used in the future to complement 3G and 4G services, as dozens of companies, including some of the world's biggest telecommunications companies, are meeting up in Paris next week to discuss plans to start trials for Next Generation Hotspot technology, during an event organised by the Wireless Broadband Alliance.

New Jersey based payroll services company, Automatic Data Processing Inc. revealed yesterday that its network had been breached by hackers. However, the company reassured all concerned parties by saying that not much damage was caused during the intrusion, and only one client was affected.

O2 will apparently not be selling RIM's newly released Blackberry PlayBook tablet despite customers having expressed an interest in the product and O2 being a major Blackberry retailer itself. The Telefonica-owned company has apparently contacted those interested customers and told them, according to Engadget, that the company will not be selling the device because of some issues associated with the end-to-end customer experience.

Activision announced on Thursday that Annihilator, the third instalment of downloadable content for Call of Duty Black Ops will become available for Xbox 360 on June 28. The new content will feature four new maps called Drive IN, Silo, Hanger 18 and Hazard, all of which will support multiplayer mode.