Noon News: Nexus S Gets Android Ice Cream Sandwich, BlackBerry OS 10 Delayed, Sony PlayStation Vita Teardown

Google has announced that it is deploying the Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich' 4.0 OS to its previous flagship Nexus S handsets, starting now and ending over the next coming months. Google made public this news over Google+, from their official Android account and in a message that reads: ‘We're rolling out Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, to GSM/UMTS Nexus S devices over the coming month, starting today. Enjoy the tasty update!'

Analysts have chalked out a grizzly end to RIM's BlackBerry after the Canadian smarphone maker informed that new BlackBerrys with the BlackBerry 10 OS will be launched by the end of 2012, months after their original tentative launch dates.

The UK government has set a deadline for English councils that expressed their desires to roll out high speed Internet connectivity. According to new and confirmed reports, the councils must apply before February next year to go ahead any further with their demand for government cash.

UK telecom regulator has summoned RIM executives to be part of a summit which would focus on mobile pornography. Ofcom has learned that Blackberry smartphones are being used by children to access pornography. The report comes after a raging debate in the parliament over the use of BlackBerry's BBM service during the London riots. BBM's data is largely out of government control as its data is encrypted.

Following a sell-out of pre-orders, Sony's PlayStation Vita hand-held console has launched in Japan - and has already been given the homebrew and teardown treatment. The console, once known as the Next-Generation Portable or NGP, is designed to succeed the moderately successful PlayStation Portable.