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AMNews: Massive Outage in BlackBerry Services, Samsung Galaxy Nexus Prime, 4G Spectrum Auction Delayed

RIM Blackberry users have been hit with a massive data outage that has cut them off email, web and instant message services for a few hours already. The outage started just after 1015 BST according to tweets from concerned users and mobile phone operators.

A rendering of what looks like the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus Prime has been published by a Greek website called Digital Life. The handset is positively massive with a curved profile and a huge screen, surrounded by a rather thin bezel.

A group of researchers from the Manchester University, known for their advanced work on graphene, has announced that they have successfully developed a new sandwich lookalike architecture which could soon introduce some revolutionary changes in the tech-world by replacing silicon.

Much to the disappointment of end users, as well as a majority of the service providers, the UK telecom watchdog Ofcom has decided to delay the auction of 4G spectrum. The auction, which was scheduled to held during the early days of the coming year, have been postponed to a later time.

Google has developed a new web programming language called Dart that gives developers an alternative to JavaScript. The company believes the new language will address the shortcomings of the old one.