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Late News: Apple Fined €900000, 6.8M iOS & Android Device Activations, Windows Phone Roadmap Leaked

Apple has been fined 900,000 euros by an Italian watchdog for misleading customers about warranties that each Apple product came with. The Antitrust Authority in the country stated that the fine has been imposed as Apple did not take adequate measures to inform its consumers about their legal rights to have a 2 year long technical support

People the world over activated a record breaking 6.8 million Android and iOS devices on Christmas Day this year. According to app analytics firm Flurry, on Christmas Day, 6.8 million iOS and Android devices were activated, more than double the 2.5 million devices that were activated last year on the same day, representing an increase of 125 per cent.

Microsoft's 2012 roadmap for Windows Phone has been leaked, with details of the upcoming Tango and Apollo releases. While it's thought to be only up to date as of October 2011, WM Power User has an image of the roadmap, showing off some information for 2012 releases.

Cloud based hosting service provider Rackspace has joined the ever expanding list of companies that are opposed to the US Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). In a blog post, Rackspace CEO Lanham Napier, said that the controversial bill, which will get its final vote before the House Judiciary Committee, will do more harm than good, punishing innocent users in the process.

If Google's latest venture into the world of social networking, Google+ keeps on growing at the current rate, it is highly likely the site will be boasting 400 million users by the end of 2012, according to a new estimation by Paul B. Allen, founder of