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News@10:Orange Withdraws Ad, Apple Advertises Jobs & Android OS 3.0 Gingerbread

The Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) has ordered Orange to remove an advert claiming that the company "covers more people in the UK than any other operator".

Apple is looking for experienced antenna engineers to cure its iPhone 4 reception problems, according to its Jobs At Apple website. In the new job advert, Apple has specifically asked for an RF system Validation engineer.

Details of the forthcoming Android OS 3.0, otherwise known as Gingerbread, have been revealed by the editor of, Eldar Murtazin, during his regular Russian podcast

BBC-led Project Canvas will not be released in 2010 as originally thought. Speaking at Intel's Shaping the Future of TV conference in London, the chief technology office of Project Canvas Anthony Rose has said that that the IPTV service is set to be released in the first half of 2011.

Microsoft might have made a major mistake by pricing the Microsoft Kinect as high as $149, a price that means that the peripheral could well carry a suggested retail price of around £129.99 in the UK. Shopto has already started to list the device for £124.86 here with a launch date expected on the 19th of November.