In a recent class-action lawsuit, parents say they were charged after their kids downloaded free games.
Wednesday, February 27
Apple has settled a class-action lawsuit filed by parents who say their kids racked up bills after downloading seemingly free games in the App store, CNN reports. Read the entire Apple settlement Parents say the kids downloaded the games for free, but were charged for extras while playing the games, CNN reports. Under the settlement, which is expected to be approved Friday, Apple will offer parents a $5 iTunes gift card if they claim their child was charged for these extras without their knowledge. If a parent can show their bill was more than $5, Apple will offer a more substantial credit. According to Law360.com, iTunes account holders who have made a "Game Currency" purchase will be notified by email about the settlement.
Whether you are “between career opportunities” or currently employed,there's myriad mobile smart phone applications to help you.
If you’ve read my column, you know that I always recommend human interactions over technological transactions. It's human networking, not computer networks, which will help you identify and obtain new opportunities. Several of these smart phone apps, however, can support your relationship-building endeavors and provide you with real-time information on jobs. Job Search (for Android, Apple and others) Use the free mobile version of www.indeed.com, the powerful job aggregator, to search millions of jobs from thousands of job boards and companies. Determine what kind of job you want and then perform simple, fast job searches, view new jobs added since your last visit to the site, and save and email your favorite postings. BeamMe CV and …