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AMNews: RIM Name Infringement Lawsuit, Amnesty International UK Website Hacked, Ice Cream Sandwich on Nexus S

In what could be termed as a potentially ground breaking technology, Japan based technology superstar Sony Corp. has unveiled a brand new paper powered battery prototype. According to the company, the new technology invented by its researchers generates electricity by extracting sugar out of shredded paper, which in turn can be used as a fuel.

BlackBerry and PlayBook maker Research In Motion has been subject to yet another law suit, this time for using BBM as a name for its massively popular BlackBerry Messenger service. The lawsuit was filed by a Canada based TV and radio industry outfit named BBM Canada.

Cyber criminals have successfully breached into Amnesty International's UK Website through backdoors using a malware, new reports confirmed. Reports reveal that the malware that was used in the attack was actually a specially designed one that exploits a recently discovered vulnerability in Java.

Technology outfit Google has resumed rolling out the much awaited Android 4.0 (more commonly referred to as the Ice Cream Sandwich) updates to the Nexus S, the company confirmed. The Mountain View based Android maker officially announced via its Google Plus page that the update is finally ready and will be made available for the devices in the weeks to come.

Facebook has introduced its ‘Suggested Events' feature which suggests to users events they should attend. The feature works by telling people which events they should attend based on events their friends are attending, their past history like check-ins and pages they have liked.