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Apple admits problems with some MacBook Pro 13-inch 2019 models – and offers advice on how to fix them

Apple admits problems with some MacBook Pro 13-inch 2019 models – and offers advice...

Home News Laptops (Image credit: Future) It appears that some entry-level versions of the MacBook Pro 13-inch (2019) are unexpectedly shutting down, with Apple acknowledging the issue and releasing support document to help users affected by the problem.In the document, Apple explains what you should do if your MacBook Pro 13-inch (2019) shuts down, despite…
Ubisoft CEO admits they blew it with Breakpoint – PC Gamer

Ubisoft CEO admits they blew it with Breakpoint – PC Gamer

Home News Third Person Shooter Ghost Recon Breakpoint Game (Image credit: Ubisoft) Yesterday was a big day for Ubisoft, and not at all a good one. The publisher announced delays to multiple big games, including Watch Dogs Legion, Rainbow Six Quaratine, and Gods and Monsters, which collectively took a big toll on Ubisoft's bottom line…
Twitter admits that it showed more ads to less popular users

Twitter admits that it showed more ads to less popular users

Twitter has admitted that, in the past, the platform was skewed to show more ads to users with fewer followers, as first reported by CNBC. The policy was intended to give popular users a better experience, incentivizing them to stay on the platform. “Historically, users with high follower counts have seen fewer ads,” a Twitter…
Ubisoft Admits Ghost Recon Breakpoint Has Been A Disaster – Kotaku

Ubisoft Admits Ghost Recon Breakpoint Has Been A Disaster – Kotaku

During an earnings call Thursday, Ubisoft gave investors a brutally frank appraisal of Ghost Recon Breakpoint, its latest release and vowed to implement “significant changes to our production processes” to fix the game.In a prepared statement you can read online, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot laid out the reasons the publisher believes the open-world special ops…
Twitter admits it used two-factor phone numbers and emails for serving targeted ads

Twitter admits it used two-factor phone numbers and emails for serving targeted ads

Twitter has said it used phone numbers and email addresses, provided by users to set up two-factor authentication on their accounts, to serve targeted ads. In a disclosure Tuesday, the social media giant said it did not know how many users were impacted. The issue stemmed from the company’s tailored audiences program, which allows companies…
Engineer admits hacking Yahoo accounts searching for images

Engineer admits hacking Yahoo accounts searching for images

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) -- A former Yahoo software engineer has pleaded guilty to hacking into the accounts of some 6,000 Yahoo users in search of sexual photos and videos.  The US Attorney's Office says Reyes Daniel Ruiz admitted in court Monday that he mostly targeted accounts belonging to younger women, including his personal friends…
OnePlus admits the 7 Pro camera is ‘not where we want it to be’ despite crazy DxO scores – PhoneArena

OnePlus admits the 7 Pro camera is ‘not where we want it to be’...

The OnePlus community of phone lovers is as dedicated about the brand as those of much larger and more popular ones for a good reason. The unorthodox word-of-mouth marketing that OnePlus started with, the dedication to software that makes it a standout in the sea of Android phones, and the (until recently) value for money…
StockX admits ‘suspicious activity’ led to resetting passwords without warning

StockX admits ‘suspicious activity’ led to resetting passwords without warning

StockX, a popular site for buying and selling sneakers and other apparel, has admitted it reset customer passwords after it was “alerted to suspicious activity” on its site, despite telling users it was a result of “system updates.” “We recently completed system updates on the StockX platform,” said the email to customers sent to TechCrunch…
Intel admits it won’t catch up with AMD’s 7nm chips until 2021

Intel admits it won’t catch up with AMD’s 7nm chips until 2021

News Intel admits it won’t catch up with AMD’s 7nm chips until 2021 (Image credit: Future) Intel has explained how it struggled to bring 10-nanometer processors to market, while also admitting that we won’t see its 7nm chips until 2021.Meanwhile, its competitor AMD has recently released 7nm chips (such as the AMD Ryzen 9 3900X).Intel’s…
Raspberry Pi admits to faulty USB-C design on the Pi 4

Raspberry Pi admits to faulty USB-C design on the Pi 4

"Universal" Serial Bus — "I expect this will be fixed in a future board revision," says co-creator. Ron Amadeo - Jul 9, 2019 3:20 pm UTC The Raspberry Pi 4. The detail-oriented are encouraged to download this full 3000x2000 image. You can read all the chip labels! Raspberry Pi The Ethernet is now to the…

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2019: the year podcasting broke

Like any burgeoning art form, podcasts have a complicated relationship with corporate America. The form’s appeal has long been its accessibility; for years, it’s been open to anyone with an idea, a little free time and a computer. The results haven’t always been stellar, but the medium’s potential is seemingly limitless. The exact beginnings of…
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