Late News: Nintendo Angers Developers, Gorilla Glass 2, Resident Evil Revelations Demo, BlackBerry London

It has been revealed by a London based developer that Nintendo doesn't like having sales numbers of games made for the Wii released to the public. Icon games is the company behind such PC and mobile titles as Vertigo, Bashi blocks and pool hard pro and it recently published a year in review that showed off how many copies of its games had been sold.

Maker of scratch and damage resistant glass, Corning, are set to show off the next generation of its Gorilla Glass at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012. Gorilla Glass 2.0 is set to have a focus on larger scale, allowing for its use on TV sets, home appliances and touch screen car interiors.

Video game maker Capcom has announced that the demo version of the Resident Evil: Revelations game, which has been already made available to Nintendo 3DS users in Japan, will be made available to games in the United States and Europe.

Research in Motion is reportedly focusing on bringing just a single BlackBerry 10 device to the market, a new report has claimed. The report comes after it was revealed that the company had axed the BlackBerry Colt, which was supposed to be one of their first BB10 devices. RIM also reportedly set the sun on BlackBerry Milan, which was a BlackBerry 7 device.

A major silicon valley vendor, Broadcom, announced that at the International Consumer Electronics (CES) Show 2012 to be held next week they will be launching the fifth generation of Wi-Fi which is expected to be three times faster than the present wireless networking technology.