Apple Offers Australian’s iPad Refunds After Misleading 4G Advertising

Yesterday we heard that Australian government were planning to take Apple to court over the 4G claims of their new iPad in Australia, where the device had been advertised as being 4G capable, although it wouldn’t actually work on Australia’s 4G networks.

Now Apple is apparently going to offer any customers in Australia who bought the new iPad a full refund if they are not happy with the device, and they have also updated their website in Australia to confirm that whilst the iPad has 4G it can not run on the Tesltra LTE network in the country.

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Samsung Sells 5 Million Galaxy Notes In 5 Months

Samsung has announced that it has now sold 5 million of its Galaxy note smartphone around the world since the device was launched last October, and it took Samsung just 5 months to reach the milestone.

The Galaxy Note seems to be becoming a popular device, and with its large 5.3 inch display it is more of a cross between a smartphone and a tablet.

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Nokia Lumia 800c CDMA Windows Phone Announced For China

Nokia has today announced its first CDMA Windows Phone smartphone for China, the Nokia Lumia 800C which will be available in China with mobile carrier China Telecom.

The Nokia Lumia 800c is basically a CDMA version of the Nokia Lumia 800, and the device comes with a 3.7 inch AMOLED ClearBlack multi-touch display, with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels.

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Apple Responds To Reported iPad Battery Issues

Since the launch of thew new iPad 3 a number of users have noticed that the new iPad’s battery continues to charge even when at 100 percent when the device is plugged in.

There have been reports over the last few days that this is a problem, with a number of users concerned about the battery life of their new tablet, and now we have our first official statement on the reported battery issue.

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Google Drive Cloud Service To Launch In April?

We know that Google is working on its own cloud based service to take on the likes of Apple’s iCloud and third party applications like Dropbox, the service is expected to be called Google Drive and we have already seen some screenshots of the service.

We recently heard that Google Drive was almost ready to be launched, and now it would appear that Google’s new cloud service could launch as early as next month.

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Gears Of War 3 Was Meant To Be Band of Brothers, Not Predator

It takes more than a little courage to admit that you don’t know how to do something. It takes even more to go ahead and do it anyway. Gears of War designer Cliff Bleszinsky has revealed in a recent interview that Gears of War would have ended up a serious epic more in the vein of Band of Brothers than camp action flicks like Predator, if only the studio knew how to make that happen.

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Nintendo Wii U Close to Current Gen Consoles, Says Darksiders 2 Dev

It looks like Nintendo are more than content to stay behind the technological curve with their “next-gen” console as well, banking on the success of the console’s tablet controller to carry it through. Darksiders 2 developer Vigil has been putting the Wii U through its paces and while it’s certainly a lot more capable than its predecessor, it doesn’t seem to have stunned them with its graphical prowess.

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Bluetooth VIP Fridge Magnet Makes Ordering Pizza a Snap

If you hate having to go through all the trouble of calling up your local pizza place, waiting on hold, and then explaining what you want 16 times to the person who answers you are not alone. Pizza fans that like to order from Red Tomato Pizza in Dubai have a new and very easy way to order up their favorite pizza. All they need do is press a button on the Bluetooth enabled refrigerator magnet.

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