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  • Apple iOS 11.2 - Fixes bug in iOS 11

    Apple iOS 11.2 - Fixes bug in iOS 11

    A bug in iOS 11 caused some iPhones to crash early Saturday as the calendar changed to December 2. They demoed a jailbroken iOS 11 on an iPhone X. The OS versions come with features such as Apple Pay Cash , new emojis, improved charging and more. Tap an app, then turn off Allow Notifications .

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  • Battlegrounds on Xbox One X will have one BIG advantage

    Battlegrounds on Xbox One X will have one BIG advantage

    PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds ( PUBG ) will be running at a smooth 60fps if you are playing it on the Xbox One X. Sadly, you might only get 30fps while playing on the original Xbox One or Xbox One S. Maybe we'll see these features end up in the regular versions. "It's like I can finally say yup, I have a game on Xbox ". If it weren't for the help of Microsoft's major investments insofar as manpower, Xbox LIVE connectivity/servers, and co-ordination, it's very likely PUBG wouldn't ...

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  • Epic Games Suing Fornite Cheaters, Including Minor Whose Mother Responded

    Epic Games Suing Fornite Cheaters, Including Minor Whose Mother Responded

    Although Epic was just pursuing what it legally thought was right to do to protect its game, the company made the mistake of publicly naming the 14-year-old cheater , which is not legal according to DE state law. The practice is illegal in DE when it involves a minor. Furthermore, the woman says that Fortnite's terms and conditions require parental consent, which she never gave, and that these norms are not legally binding as posed by Epic Games to new players.

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  • FCC chairman confirms net neutrality vote planned for December

    FCC chairman confirms net neutrality vote planned for December

    Under the Obama Administration, the FCC regulated internet service providers like public utilities that gave the agency sweeping oversight over the conduct of these companies. Pai said the Federal Trade Commission would take on some duties for ensuringbroadband providers treat web traffic fairly. Pai's FCC spiked the effort to go after AT&T, even before it began rolling out a plan to undo the net neutrality rules entirely.

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  • AT&T reports some US customers unable to make wireless calls

    AT&T reports some US customers unable to make wireless calls

    Perhaps overly focused on boosting Internet connection speeds , which remains the top problem of major United States wireless service providers, the likes of T-Mobile and AT&T appear to occasionally ignore network reliability, generally deemed a strong suit in various independent studies.

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  • Google Store starts shipping the pre-orders of Pixel Buds

    Google Store starts shipping the pre-orders of Pixel Buds

    Sadly, the only solution is to replace the screen entirely, which is less than ideal for users just weeks into using the device. The issue with the screens of Google's LG, and HTC smartphones are so persistent that Girard Gibbs is investigating claims against the three manufacturers that made the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.

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  • OnePlus 5T to cost the same as OnePlus 5

    OnePlus 5T to cost the same as OnePlus 5

    Let us know your thoughts in the comments, and remember that we will bring you the latest once the OnePlus 5T's November 16 launch event rolls around. Rumors suggest the OnePlus 5T may feature a larger battery than the OnePlus 5 and also include Dash Charge capability. The Chinese smartphone maker is selling tickets to the event as of November 8.

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  • Netflix subscribers targeted in yet another email scam

    Netflix subscribers targeted in yet another email scam

    Not only that but when the user actually clicks on the link provided in the email they are taken to a website that looks like a relatively convincing mock-up of a Netflix dashboard. If subscribers have questions about their account status, Netflix said they can visit netflix.com/security to read up on on the company's security protocols, or contact customer service about the status of their billings and payment methods.

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  • SoftBank linked to Charter talks as doubts cast on Sprint/T-Mobile tie-up

    SoftBank linked to Charter talks as doubts cast on Sprint/T-Mobile tie-up

    The decision was made due to both parties being "unable to find mutually agreeable terms". That was the message from T-Mobile CEO John Legere to his employees on Saturday after the Bellevue, Wash. If the companies had struck a deal this year, they would have had a better chance of getting government approval under the Trump administration. Reports suggest that a major hurdle to the merger wasn't Sprint or T-Mobile directly, but rather the their ownership.

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  • 9 dismembered bodies found in man's apartment near Tokyo

    9 dismembered bodies found in man's apartment near Tokyo

    The woman's brother reported her missing to police on October 24, three days after last speaking with her. Local media said police first found the severed heads of two victims in coolers in the apartment's entryway after neighbour's said they noticed foul smells near the apartment.

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  • Steam finally releases digital gift cards

    Steam finally releases digital gift cards

    Although physical gift cards have been available for a while, this can be a hassle to send out since you have to wait for regular mail services. Valve has finally announced the launch of digital gift cards for Steam. Also, the latest attempt by the digital distribution platform powered by Valve Corporation makes it a stronger competitor against platforms such as GOG and Twitch that both support online gifting among their communities.

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  • Amazon customers in some Pa. cities can get deliveries inside their homes

    Amazon customers in some Pa. cities can get deliveries inside their homes

    Amazon Business is a marketplace that provides easy access to millions of products-from IT and lab equipment to education and food-service supplies. Other than deliveries, the administration can be utilized to let in visitors and, in the coming months, will give clients a chance to plan in-home visits from more than 1,200 organizations on Amazon Home Services, including housekeepers and dog walkers.

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  • Garmin launches auto navigation device with Amazon Alexa

    The key difference is the "smart home inside". If you miss having access to Alexa while commuting to work, the Garmin Speak turns the digital assistant into your co-pilot. Mixing and matching a PLAY:1 and Sonos One in any "official" pair will not work. This means the Echo Plus is now more of a hub than a speaker, requiring just one command to search for, and connect to, any compatible Alexa device within earshot.

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  • Facebook buys popular teen mobile app TBH for an undisclosed price

    TBH was launched on August 3 and already has more than 5 million users who have sent more than a billion messages - and for now is only available for iPhones, and only in some U.S. TBH believes that it holds similar values to Facebook and is hopeful that the acquisition will help to bring its message to more people. Users can create and send surveys anonymously to their friends with questions like "Best to bring to a party?" or "Could see becoming a poet?" and so on.

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  • The waterproof Kindle is finally here!

    The waterproof Kindle is finally here!

    Unlike the original Oasis , the all-new Oasis has a battery life measured in weeks, not hours, lasting an impressive six weeks. It's been a year since the original was launched at £269 (up to £329 for 3G) so it's not a huge surprise that Amazon is refreshing the luxury Kindle .

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