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Part of buying a fast car is showing off with it, so when this guy got onto a dyno tuning track to test the output of his Shelby GT500 Mustang, he thought he’d look really flash to everyone standing around with camera phones. Then this happened.
If you haven’t been following EA’s launch of the latest SimCity game, all you really need to know is that it has turned into a momumental fail of a launch. One of the worst in years. Mostly it’s down to the always-on DRM, botched game recovery and the massive server queues. Under Australian Consumer Law, if a product is faulty you can get a refund with the manufacturer. EA has a strange policy that says you can’t get refunds for digital copies of games obtained from its Origin service, but that all seems a little fishy. Mark over at Kotaku has done some digging about whether you can actually get a refund, and it’s well-worth a read if you’re a disgruntled Mayor. [Kotaku]
Helmet? Check. Segway? Got it. Total dweeb status? Done and done. Under normal circumstances, it’s hard to look at someone riding the personal transportation system without cracking up. But try watching a series of people falling off of Segways, and it’s utterly impossible to keep a straight face.
So you switched on iOS6′s Do Not Disturb feature on New Year’s Eve and it didn’t turn itself off when you told it to? Get used to it: Apple says that automatic deactivation of Do Not Disturb is going to be broken until 7 January.
In what can only be described as failure by DDoS, the inaugural Click Frenzy online sale event has all fallen in a screaming heap, as retailers struggle to keep up with the hordes of shoppers in search of bargains. What started as a well intentioned PR move has now paralysed the nation’s online retailers. Who do I see to say I told you so?