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AM News: LG Prada 3.0 in UK, Xbox Live Games on Windows 7, iPad 3 Retina Display, Anonymous Megaupload Offensive

The LG Prada 3.0 will soon enter the UK smartphone marketplace. As leading network carrier, T- Mobile has added the mobile phone handset on their website's coming soon page. The new device it will probably arrive at the beginning of next month. T-Mobile is the first carrier to confirm the Android based smartphone's arrival in UK.

It has been more than a year since the Xbox LIVE catalogue enabled video games on the Windows Phone 7 platform. Since then, slowly and gradually, the collection of video games is growing. TextTwist 2 is the latest title available on the Windows Phone 7 platform - with this, the number of titles for this platform has reached 100 titles.

Apple is attacking its arch rival Samsung with an all new angle specifically going after a feature in Korean electronics giant's smartphone this time claiming that it violate its "slide-to-unlock" feature. In this new lawsuit, Apple has claimed that Galaxy Nexus violates the "slide-to-unlock" feature which was introduced for the first time back in 2007 by the original iPhone.

The recent update that Apple announced for its iBooks service has given tech enthusiasts and pundits further indication that the next generation iPad is going to feature a 'Retina Display-like' high resolution screen. Apple released iBooks 2 as an improved platform for the iPad in order to boost its educational credentials.

Anonymous - the hacktivist group, recruited unwitting accomplices during their latest cyber attack against the US Department of Justice (DoJ), revealed a prominent security researcher, Graham Cluley, according to whom the group initiated distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack against DoJ in retaliation for a ban on Megaupload.