Apple is refunding in-app purchases, Google is helping you conserve data on your smartphone, and the NSA is spying using radio waves.
Apple has agreed to refund one father from Somerset, after his daughter racked up a huge bill through in-app purchases.
Refunds could be on the way, as three publishers have decided to settle a price-fixing court case.
Apple has agreed to pay out after a five-year-old racked up a whopping £1,700 bill from in-app purchases.
As the funding platform grows at a fast rate -- helping pay for million dollar projects -- it explains that the responsibility of refunds for failed projects falls on project creators.
Incredibly, there are still some 8-year-olds who don't know that in-game purchases involve real money. As Lily Neale's aerospace designer dad discovers when his bank account is frozen.
The Google Play store does allow users to return apps, but only within a 15-minute window. For many apps, this is plenty of time for you to decide if you want to keep it, but that's not always the case.
Starting today through December 31, the payment service will price-match your purchases and give you free return shipping.
Offer comes after consumer commission finds Apple misled buyers by labeling the device as 4G-capable when it actually operates at a different frequency.
Apple is offering refunds to people who bought a new iPad because they thought it would net them a fast 4G Internet connection on the go.