Noon News: RIM Allows 'Lawful' Interception in India, Flexible Screens on Samsung Phones, Apple Bags C3

BlackBerry and PlayBook maker Research In Motion (RIM) has set up a brand new facility in Mumbai - the financial capital of India, in order to assist the government to monitor its BlackBerry Services in a lawful manner.

South Korea based electronic giant Samsung announced last week that the company's new mobile device line up is going to be equipped with flexible displays. According to the company, this new product line will hit the shelves sometimes during the coming year.

After quasi-artificial intelligence and three-dimensional maps, the future plans of Apple has been predicted as acquisition of C3 Technology. These predictions are pouring in from various sources all over the Web world.

Recently, rumours surfaced all over the Web that the technology giant HP was on its way to kill the company's webOS operating system platform. One of the top executives of Hewlett Packard made an appearance in Bloomberg and managed to do some quick damage control - the WebOS will remain alive, he said.

Nokia's newly announced Windows Phone powered Lumia 800 smartphone can now be preordered on pay as you go from Three Mobile for under £400 straight from the retailer itself.