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AM News: Remove Facebook Timeline Scam, White Nokia Lumia 800, Sony Xperia S Anti-stain Feature

As Facebook is rolling out its new Timeline feature to all its users, a scam has been unearthed which claims that it can remove Timeline from the users profile and it seems some people are falling for this scam. Timeline, once activated, does not allow users to move back to the earlier version of the profile.

Nokia is making endeavours to create a foothold in the Australian smartphone market with its amazing Lumia 800 windows phone this March. Optus, Telstra, and Vodafone will all stock the Nokia Lumia 800 and will be available in black, cyan, magenta and white within all major retailers. Whilst Nokia is yet to declare a sale price in Australia, it is expected to be released as a range of competitive deals based on the previous Lumia launches in other countries.

International Business Machines (IBM) has announced that it is going with the proposed acquisition of Worklight - a private company that excels in smartphone and tablet applications. Worklight's services enable its customers to come up with different versions of their apps for multiple smartphone and tablet OS platforms.

Just a day after a report was released regarding the Sony Xperia S anti-stain coating, a video has surfaced demonstrating the latest technology. Published by the Mobile-Review team, the video shows a white Xperia S which is scribbled on with a pen. Whilst this may seem like a complete and utter disaster, its anti-stain coating prevents any kind of damages which could have been caused had the screen not been protected.

According to recent reports, a handful of newly recruited Apple employees are often assigned projects that actually do not exist. Apparently, the iPhone maker indulges in such bogus practices to test the trustworthiness of the company's newly hired employees. The revelation was made by author of ‘Inside Apple', Adam Lashinsky, with his book detailing several interesting allegations.