$15 or free bumper: iPhone 4 ‘Antennagate’ reaches climax

Hello doooey! Remember the ‘antennagate‘ fiasco which gripped the tech industry with the launch of the iPhone 4 back in 2010? Yup,  the same “you’re holding it the wrong way” phone drama that catapulted into being one of the most talked about and unwanted issue of all times. Though Apple tried their best in negating this issue with several head-to-head comparisons with other smartphones, it still couldn’t prevent a lawsuit being filed against it which alleged that “the case and antenna design led to a substantial degradation in signal quality and dropped calls when the phone is used in a normal and foreseeable fashion by users“. Apple, in all honesty, couldn’t defend its stance and had to agree to settle the issue by giving all iPhone 4 owners (US only) either a $15 compensation or one of the company’s squeaky bumper cases. Those qualified can redeem the compensation from www.iphone4settlement.com either side of Apple’s email alerts regarding the same.

Barclays Premier League: 1st October — Results Roundup

It was a fantastic start to an entertaining weekend of BPL action, featuring a comfortable win for Liverpool over 10-men Everton in the Merseyside derby, a lackluster win for Manchester United and a thrashing for Blackburn Rovers at the hands of Manchester City. Here are all the results from today’s action:

Saturday, 1 October 2011

Aston Villa

Agbonlahor (36)
Bent (62)

(HT 1-0)



Caldwell (19)



(HT 0-0)
Man City

Johnson (56)
Balotelli (59)
Nasri (73)
Savic (87)


Givet (59)


Zabaleta (69)



(HT 0-0)

Carroll (71)
Suarez (82)


Cahill (27)


Lucas (50)

Sent off:

Rodwell (23)

Man Utd

Anderson (68)
Welbeck (87)

(HT 0-0)



Welbeck (71)


Bendtner (24)
Elmohamady (26)

(HT 2-2)
West Brom

Morrison (4)
Long (5)


Larsson (19)
Cattermole (36)


Fletcher (88)

(HT 0-2)

Ba (17)
Gutierrez (38)


Henry (39)


Gutierrez (53)
Krul (90+2)

This paves the way for an exciting Super Sunday tomorrow, with the North London derby the standout fixture.

Sunday, 2 October 2011

Bolton v Chelsea, 13:30
Fulham v QPR, 15:00
Swansea v Stoke, 15:00
Tottenham v Arsenal, 16:00

Manchester United is still top of league, ahead on goal difference from neighbors Man City.

Football Roundup: Liverpool get much needed win; Chelsea extends lead at the top to 4 points; Gunners Gunned Down

Another weekend arrives and with it another round of action packed fixtures. Below are the results of the matches played this Saturday SO FAR. WATCH THIS SPACE AGAIN TO SEE RESULTS OF OTHER MATCHES PLAYED FROM OTHER LEAGUES IN EUROPE AND ALSO RESULT OF THE BIG MATCH TOMORROW ON SUPER SUNDAY – ARSENAL VS MANCHESTER UNITED.

Updated Results in Red

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Derby Delight for Manchester United

It was the League (Carling) Cup semi-final & Derby Delight for Mancunian Reds as Wayne Rooney’s stoppage time winner takes United through to another League Cup final and silence their ‘noisy neighbours’ City who’s wait for a major final continues…

Wayne Rooney in seventh heaven after getting the winner

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