Tech Today: Cheap Apple iPad 2 error causes uproar

Plus: Facebook bans Google+ ad, Mango update

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Who wants an iPad for $69? Yeah? Well you can't have one
Customers across the pond are fuming following a mistake which offered the deal of the century: A brand new Apple iPad 2 for just $69 (about £43). The third-party reseller for, GSM temporarily posted the deal, which spread like wildfire across Twitter. The company is not honouring the sales.

Apple clears iPad 2 backlog
Meanwhile, if you want to pay the correct price for an iPad, you'll no longer have to wait weeks to receive it. Word has it that Apple has finally cleared the backlog, following a sensational demand for the new tablet and can now ship you a device in just 1-3 days. That's almost four months after the launch.
Link: AppleInsider

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First Windows Phone Mango handset incoming
...but it's not from who you think. Reports emanating from Japan suggest that the first handset to boast the updated Windows Phone Mango operating system will be made by Fujitsu, and will arrive way before the "fall" timeline we had been told to expect. The Nikkei website reckons its arriving sometime next month.
Link: Nikkei

Facebook bans Google+ add
An app developer, seeking to boost his exposure on Google+ by posting an advertisement on Facebook has seen his plans thwarted after Mark Zuckerberg and co banned the advert from the social networking site. "Your account has been disabled. All of your adverts have been stopped and should not be run again on the site under any circumstances," read a message he received from Facebook.
Link: CNET

Women now joining Google+ sausage fest
Earlier guestimates had suggested that the male/female population ratio on Google+ had been up to 88.7 per cent in favour of dudes. But revised stats suggest that the newest social network on the block is only 66.4 to 37.6 per cent in favour of men. Surely that has to be a good thing.
Link: AllThingsD