Late News: Santa on Google Voice, Google Wallet for Galaxy Nexus, Facebook Sues Mark Zuckerberg

Google has launched a free service through which people can receive personalised messages from Santa Clause during Christmas. The Google voice maker stated in a blog post that Santa will himself contact people around the United States, delivering them personalised messages.

Developers over at XDA-Developers have managed to release an unofficial version of Google Wallet for Verizon's Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The US wireless carrier had shocked a lot of users when it decided not to include the highly anticipated service into its version of the Android Ice Cream Sandwich touting Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

A new study claims that adult Facebook users in the UK are in an intoxicated state in almost three-quarters of the photos they are tagged in. The study was carried out by MyMemory.com, and it involved 1,781 Facebook users from all over the country.

An Israeli entrepreneur, Rotem Guez, has legally changed his name to Mark Zuckerberg hoping that Facebook won't sue its co-founder's namesake. The social networking giant had been threatening to sue Guez, who runs a business called Like Store, which allows users to get access to free content only after they like company's Facebook page.

Hard drive manufacturers are slashing warranties on their products, dropping some lines from five years to just one year. Last week, Western Digital announced that it would be dropping the warranty period on its Caviar Blue, Caviar Green, and Scorpio Blue drives from three years to two - and it's now been joined by Seagate, which is announcing even harsher cuts of its own.