AM News: O2 Sorry Over Recent Goof Up, Facebook Timeline, Hi5 Revamp Discussed, Samsung Delays Galaxy S III

O2, the UK based telecom giant, has issued an apology for a glitch that resulted in users' phone numbers being disclosed when accessing the company's mobile data services. According to the company, the phone numbers were being disclosed because of a technical problem which was quickly fixed.

On Tuesday, Facebook announced its latest feature, Timeline, would be rolled out to all 800 million users worldwide over the next few weeks. Once the feature is implemented, users will have 7 days to go back to the earlier version. However, they will not be able to totally avoid the Timeline implementation.

Tagged has discussed the revamp of Social Network Hi5 which it bought up late last year, saying that it will continue operation but with a more Tagged like style. "A Tagged.com experience with a hi5 wrapper," is how vice president of sales and marketing Steve Sarner put it. Users of the site will begin getting emails about the change up today, though the actual overhaul itself won't be making itself felt for another couple of months.

If reports are to be believed then the Samsung Galaxy S III quad core smartphone will not be unveiled during next month's international event Mobile World Congress 2012, held in Barcelona. Even though, according to earlier reports, it was supposed to be launched during the MWC 2012, now it has been delayed.

Research in Motion seems to be grabbing headlines again and again - the latest news is that the BlackBerry maker's next 15 month road map has been leaked. According to sources, RIM is working on a number of new product launches to eventually culminate with the BlackBerry 10 device launch towards the latter half of 2012.