News roundup: No beef between Facebook co-founders, Samsung debuts music service, iPad prototype sold on eBay

After nearly a decade of silence, Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin has spoken out about his feelings towards Mark Zuckerberg. Despite a portrayal to the contrary in the 2010 film The Social Network, Saverin said there were "no hard feelings" between him and Facebook's chairman and CEO.

In what appears to be a somewhat sneaky move, Microsoft has begun modifying its terms of service agreements to make it difficult for consumers to hit the tech giant with class-action lawsuits. The company said that the changes were made to take advantage of a precedent in the form of a 2011 Supreme Court case.

Samsung has debuted a new music service on its flagship Galaxy S3 handset. Music Hub, which uses 7digital's streaming and download API, hopes to compete with iTunes by allowing users to access its catalogue of 19 million songs in a number of different ways. The company has said it's interested in expanding into the content arena.

Following its much-hyped IPO, new rumours suggest Facebook may be purchasing the web browser creator Opera and/or launching its very own smartphone. But is there a chance that what Facebook actually wants is an Opera smartphone? That eventuality could prove to be a game-changer in the landscape of the mobile web.