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Apple users report delayed notification in MacOS High Sierra

A bug in macOS High Sierra is making users get iMessages and SMS messages on Macs and other iCloud-associated gadgets long after they were initially sent, as per reports that have been developing in the course of the most recent weeks. First spotted by AppleInsider, a developing number of protests on Apple’s help forums detail…

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Netherlands isn’t too happy with Windows 10 data collection policy

Microsoft has been shot at for cases that Windows 10’s data collection is still forceful, but it’s currently facing a direct lawful challenge over how it handles your information. The Netherlands’ Data Protection Authority has discovered that Windows 10 abuses the nation’s data assurance law even after changes that accompanied the Creators Update. Supposedly, Microsoft…

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Tesla is firing employees after their bad performance report

Tesla fired many employees following what the company said is a yearly performance survey process, the company told TechCrunch. The news was first revealed by The Mercury News. “Like all companies, Tesla conducts an annual performance review during which a manager and employee discuss the results that were achieved, as well as how those results…

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Bitcoin goes gaga; reaches a new high of $5,800

Bitcoin took off past $5,400, $5,500, $5,600, $5,700, and $5,800 out of the blue on Friday morning before putting in a record high of $5866 a coin, Bloomberg data showed. The cryptographic money has since pared its additions, but still exchanges up 3.92% at $5,626 a coin. Friday’s propel comes after Coinbase, a computerized money…

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Bitcoin reaches a new record of $5,000

Bitcoin surged to a new record Thursday as the eagerness for cryptographic forms of money increases. The world’s biggest cryptocurrency ascended as much as 8.4 percent and was exchanging 7.9 percent higher at $5,209 starting at 12:34 p.m. in London, continuing additions following a day. As of late as December, bitcoin was exchanging at under…

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Yes, the good old Windows Phone is quite dead

Microsoft has conceded out of the blue that its Windows Phone is dead. In a progression of tweets, Windows 10 boss Joe Belfiore said that the organization is never again growing new highlights or hardware for Windows 10 Mobile, with just bug fixes and security updates for current users. Of course we’ll continue to support…

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This Android app adjusts brightness according to your screen content

An automatic brightness include has been available on about each Android gadget throughout recent years. Before Android 5.0 Lollipop, the auto-brightness include changed your phone’s brightness in light of the surrounding light sensor readings, but the fast scaling here and there was vexatious. Auto-brightness developed into versatile brightness with Android Lollipop, which consolidates auto-brightness with…

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RIP AOL Instant Messenger (1997-2017)

AOL Instant Messenger is going to see the end of time. AIM will authoritatively close down on December 15 following 20 years in existence, its parent company reported Friday. The news denotes the finish of a time for any individual who grew up with the web in the late 90s and mid 2000s. At the…

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New Emojis Are Coming to iPhone and iPad in iOS 11.1

Mac today declared that several new emoji characters would be added to the iPhone and iPad in the up and coming iOS 11.1 update. The company additionally flaunted a portion of the new emoji that will be presented, which are all piece of Unicode 10. A part of the new increments incorporate insane face, pie,…

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