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AM News: PlayStation Vita Available in UK, New Facebook Ad Policy, Mozilla Cross-Platform App Submission

Japanese consumer electronics manufacturer Sony Corp. has officially released the company's new-generation handheld gaming console PlayStation Vita in the UK. With the launch of this newest addition to the PlayStation family line, the company is seeking to revive its fortune in the game console market.

Facebook could be on its way to launching an update of its existing premium ad programme as soon as next week, say sources. The report first broke out on the Giga Om website, which managed to secure a leaked document that highlighted the proposed changes to be introduced by the social media giant.

The Mozilla Foundation has announced that during Mobile World Congress next week, it will open the doors for developers to begin submitting applications to its cross-platform app store. The call to arms came just a few hours ago, with Mozilla requesting the input of anyone familiar with HTML 5, Java and a good idea for an application.

Apple faces an extended court battle after the original owner of the iPad brand - Proview Technology - claims to still own it within China - potentially leading to a nationwide ban of the popular tablet. This is a complete turnaround for Apple, a company that is often on the other end of legal proceedings - as it attempts to get competitor products banned in big markets. In this instance though, it's going to have to work hard to keep the iPad on sale in the country that has a potential market place of over a billion people.

Popular pornography streaming website YouPorn has inadvertently exposed the login information of over a million members due to a simple coding flaw. Discovered and highlighted by Sweden's largest web forum, the exposed information contained usernames, passwords and email addresses - including their sign up date.