AM News: UK Authorities Still Investigating New iPad 4G, Angry Birds Theme Park, Mark Zuckerberg Signs Up for Viddy

While Apple advertises its third generation iPad as a device capable of delivering super fast connectivity, the reality in certain markets is actually quite different. In the UK, the carriers' subscribers don't benefit from a widespread 4G coverage. In order to sort out the matter, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has begun making inquiries.

Angry Birds Land has opened at the Finland Särkänniemi Adventure Park, adding 12 new rides for locals and visitors to enjoy, all themed around the bird flinging, pig hitting mobile game. Along with the rides themselves, children and child-like adults will have access to several themed food outlets - perhaps only serving pork? - and an adventure playground.

Huawei is expanding the mobile, and tablet, side of its business, targeting consumers and enterprises. Since last summer, we've seen the launch of new, own-brand handsets in the UK and other markets. For example, there's the new Huawei Ascend G300 which we reviewed yesterday. The company has announced its intention to flog 100 million mobiles this year, doubling up on the 55 million it managed throughout 2011 (20 million of those being smartphones, which it expects to treble, up to 60 million this year).

Previous reports had indicated that Microsoft was backing away from CISPA, but it appears that isn't the case. Last Friday was something of a dark day for internet freedom, when the US House of Representatives passed CISPA, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, by a comfortable margin.

Mark Zuckerberg appears to be getting the hang of this Instagram malarkey, and after acquiring the photo-sharing site just last month has now set his image-editing sights on video-sharing startup Viddy. The Facebook mogul sent the rumour mill into overdrive after signing up to the service, and sharing a video of his dog titled "Baby Beast".