The most anticipated tablet of this year, the New iPad, had already received critisicms just when it released a couple of weeks ago. Some customers Australia are complaining about the 4G capability of the new tablet.
Apple Inc. is said to be willing to give refunds to iPad customers in Australia who think they’re misled that the new iPad is able to connect to the 4G/LTE network in Australia.
Paul Anastassiou, Apple senior counsel, advised the Federal Court in Australia today that Apple was willing to give refunds though it had by no means . . . → Read More: Apple will Issue Refunds to Customers in Australia
After Facebook became the most popular social network in the world, many reports have shocked the world claiming to be the original owner of the social network giant. Up until now, the story is still going on and maybe not close to ending.
Facebook Inc. moved on Monday to oppose the statements by a businessman that he is the owner of a significant share in the social network company.
In an action to ignore a lawsuit last in 2010 made by Paul Ceglia, the social network company exposed the outcomes of a very long . . . → Read More: Facebook Expose Evidences of Paul Ceglia’s Possession Claims
Complains just keeps coming and coming about the popular game that just came out weeks ago. Gamers are still not contented with what they experienced and some think that this is giving the game, Mass Effect 3 a bad name.
The game was released around two weeks ago, this game was one of the most awaited game titles of the year. Experts adored it, quite a few enthusiasts disliked it for the reason that the game’s conclusion just doesn’t go with the story that the game maker, BioWare, has produced in the last two game titles.
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Once again, the internet giant – Google – is facing a lawsuit, but not against a company or another search engine but a Japanese man claiming to be defamed by the search engine.
A Japanese found out that if he searched his name into Google search engine, a lot more than 10,000 various suggestions appeared because of this autocomplete feature. This feature is apparently connecting his identify to illegal and criminal acts. He contacted Google regarding this matter but the internet giant declined to his request to remove many of these autocomplete suggestions, the Japanses man . . . → Read More: Japanese Man Sues Google for Autocomplete Feature
One of the wireless carriers in USA ,T-Mobile stated Friday that it’s going to remove a total of 1,900 call center jobs in an attempt to cut costs at the striving company.
T-Mobile stated that there will be more restructuring that will come before July to “optimize operations,” though it didn’t particularly state that more job layoffs would extend or take a part.
“These are not easy steps to take, but they are necessary to realize efficiency in order to invest for growth,” according to Philipp Humm, CEO of T-Mobile USA, in a statement.
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Just when Apple released the New iPad, every body turned their attention into this New iPad. Now, majority almost forgot about the iPhone 5 rumor so let’s get back and see if this is really true and will be released this year or not.
Apple has only just released the new iPad, but a post from iMore is calling every body’s attention again about the iPhone 5 or 5.1. They previously reported that the Cupertino, California-based company is working on reducing the traditional dock into something like a smaller version of micro-dock so there will be . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 Coming Out this Year
Apps – the main thing that keeps the smartphones like iPhone and Google’s Android phones alive and dominate the market. This is now the main challenge or let’s say the biggest challenge for the competitors Nokia and Microsoft, who are trying to take back the marketshare from the big players who are enjoying the top spot.
And thus far, things are not running smoothly for the contenders and their best hand Windows Phone platform.
Apps, are compact pieces of software which do helpful or entertaining stuff on phones and tablet PC’s. The large selection . . . → Read More: Windows Phone Platform Faces App Problem