Back in 2013, Target suffered an incredibly embarrassing data breach where 40 million customer credit cards were compromised. Now, following lengthy discussions with the lawyers of those affected by the hack, the retailer has agreed to pay up a $10 million settlement.
Good news for parents who were stung by children's in-app purchases: Apple is now reaching out to affected customers, with disputed purchases under $30 qualifying for a $5 iTunes voucher in compensation and larger sums being fully refunded in cash.
The FCC has announced that AT&T has agreed to refund customers who were unfairly pushed from their original pay-as-you-go wireless plans into monthly data contracts.
A few weeks back, an unlucky Xbox owner shipped off his customized Bungie autographed console to Microsoft's repair center, and to his horrors they wiped it clean. Bungie resigned a console for him, but now, Microsoft is chiming in with a new console with Bill's signature on it and hundreds of dollars worth of new…