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It's unknown who is behind the incidents, but considering the buses were unmarked, the perpetrator might not be targeting one specific company, according to CHP Officer Art Montiel. Interestingly, the buses aren't exactly marked out as Apple or Google but can still be made out from their distinctive color scheme. Stating the safety of their respective employees are of paramount importance, both announced rerouting their buses via alternate routes even though that would mean adding another 30 - ...
  • Acer Chromebook 11 with USB-C Launched

    Acer Chromebook 11 with USB-C Launched

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    As per a report, the new Acer ChromeBook 11 will be officially unwrapped at the venue of CES 2018 . Under the hood is 7th generation Intel Celeron N processors paired with 8GB of RAM . There's two standard USB ports too, and a microSD card slot. Availability wise, Acer has said that the Chromebook will appear in the European, Middle Eastern, and African markets in March where the base model will start at €249, before launching in the U.S.
  • HP Recalls Laptop Batteries For Overheating Risk

    HP Recalls Laptop Batteries For Overheating Risk

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    HP will provide a free battery replacement to those affected. The issues came to HP's attention after eight customers reported battery packs overheating, melting, or charring, according to the recall. Many of these batteries can not be replaced by customers. This HP recall was conducted voluntarily by the company under the CPSC's Fast Track Recall process, which expedites product recalls so consumers can get the service and support they need as quickly as possible.
  • Upcoming Battle Royale Mode

    Upcoming Battle Royale Mode "Battlegrounds" Revealed for Paladins

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    Ride your mount through a massive fantasy-themed map that's over 300 times the square footage of a typical siege map. There, teams of players fight over the loot of "more than four dozen outposts" and chase "zeppelins that drop legendary gear" as encroaching fog corrals them into ever-tighter skirmishes.
  • Kendall Jenner Hilariously Responds to Speculation That She's Pregnant

    Kendall Jenner Hilariously Responds to Speculation That She's Pregnant

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    While she captioned the snapshot with, "Loner life", some fans believed she was actually showing off a tiny baby bump. Proving that she may be the most relatable Kardashian , Kendall retweeted a link to a MTV Australia article questioning whether she is pregnant with, "I just like bagels ok!" and people on Twitter think the response is hysterical.
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    Meet "Steve Jobs", the Italian clothing company

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    And the court does not seem to find fault with it, much to the chagrin of Apple that had sued the firm. But then, there is a chunk bitten off of it just as with the Apple logo . "The letter J seems 'bitten, ' but it is not, since a letter, as judges have also decided, can not be bitten", they said (translated by Google ). Among the other products, they hope to include to their portfolio include T-Shirts, bags and other fashion accessories all sporting the Steve Jobs brands.
  • Nintendo Switch Sells Over 3 Million Units in Japan

    Nintendo Switch Sells Over 3 Million Units in Japan

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    With 10 million units sold , it's on track to outsell the Wii U's entire lifetime just in its first year. This has resulted in disappointment, with some US-based developers claiming that they "may wait for the 64GB card to release those kinds of games for the Switch ".
  • Amazon Acquires Blink, a Connected Camera Maker

    Amazon Acquires Blink, a Connected Camera Maker

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    Amazon confirmed the acquisition in an email to The Verge , saying, "As one of [Blink's] distributors, we already know customers love their home security cameras and monitoring systems". The company's plan is to also release a full home security system at some point in the near future. The main difference is that Blink's products work wirelessly, while Amazon's existing options usually need to be plugged in.
  • 'Lie Hard': Rahul indulging in cheap barbs, says BJP

    'Lie Hard': Rahul indulging in cheap barbs, says BJP

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    Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday congratulated his party workers for giving a tough fight to the BJP in the recently concluded assembly elections in Gujarat. "So the idea, their model, is to come up with a lie, spread that lie, and just keep repeating that lie until people believe the lie". Mr Gandhi had on Friday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for "lies".
  • Apple Confirms that it Slows Down Older iPhones Due to Aging Batteries

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    It slows your phone down if it has an old battery or if you're in a place with extremely cold temperatures. Beginning with a software update it pushed out past year, however, Apple tried a new tactic: slowing down devices during moments of high demand so their beleaguered batteries could keep up.
  • Reinforcing Our Commitment to Transparency | Facebook Newsroom

    Reinforcing Our Commitment to Transparency | Facebook Newsroom

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    India become the second nation with 12% of data request and the U.S with 41% became first in the list. "Fifty-seven percent of the information demands we got from law implementation in the USA contained a non-divulgence arrange that disallowed us from advising the client, up from 50 percent in our last report ", Facebook Deputy General Counsel Chris Sonderby wrote in a blog entry.
  • John McCain returns home to AZ; will miss vote on tax bill

    John McCain returns home to AZ; will miss vote on tax bill

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    Sen. McCain is not expected to be in Washington for the tax vote, CNN confirmed. CBS News reported that Senator John McCain will miss the Senate's vote on massive tax cuts this week, returning to Arizona instead to recuperate from cancer treatment.
  • Google Uses Light Beam Tech To Wirelessly Deliver Internet In India

    Google Uses Light Beam Tech To Wirelessly Deliver Internet In India

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    A team from Alphabet's X was earlier running a pilot on FSOC technology in Andhra Pradesh . Using what is called Free Space Optical Communication (FSOC), Alphabet proved it's possible to reliably send data wirelessly between balloons floating hundreds of metres in the sky.
  • What You Need To Know About Facebook's New Snooze Feature

    What You Need To Know About Facebook's New Snooze Feature

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    Facebook has been monkeying around with its News Feed lately, in an effort to get people to share more, and more often, on the network. Imagine having a friend whose vacation pictures are giving you serious FOMO, or you just need a break from your insane uncle's MAGA rants (you might be better off unfollowing him entirely, but the choice is now up to you).
  • Apple releases iOS 11.2.1 update, fixes a bug in HomeKit

    Apple releases iOS 11.2.1 update, fixes a bug in HomeKit

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    Apparently, the bug allowed unauthorised access to HomeKit accessories that included smart locks and garage door openers. Apple has now reportedly fixed the issue with iOS 11.2.1, although the fix has not been mentioned it explicitly in its update log.
  • Now follow hashtags and not just people on Instagram

    Now follow hashtags and not just people on Instagram

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    Users could begin by finding a topic they like or click on a hashtag included in any post, which would lead to a page with a collection of its relevant images. As it is with following a friend, the hashtag is included in the user's "Following" list and can subsequently be unfollowed at any time. From time to time, Instagram may pull in a post that uses a hashtag you follow, when the picture doesn't actually have anything to do with the topic you're interested in.
  • Apple beats Snap and Spotify in race to acquire Shazam

    Apple beats Snap and Spotify in race to acquire Shazam

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    And now the Apple company confirmed the Shazam acquisition which is one of the music recognition app. So, locking in one of the key song-discovery services and potentially deepening the way Shazam ties into Apple's wider ecosystem has a certain logic.
  • Google Home Max is available to purchase now for $399

    Google Home Max is available to purchase now for $399

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    The speaker also works with Spotify (paid and free), Google Play Music , Pandora, iHeart and TuneIn radio. However, the official Google Store shows the Google Home Max speaker is available to take orders now and is listed with join the waitlist.
  • Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Where To Find Royal Guard Uniform

    Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Where To Find Royal Guard Uniform

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    Even more interesting is Mario is a lot more popular in North America than Zelda , and sales numbers prove that. The Champions' Ballad DLC Pack 2 marks the second and final DLC update for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild . The Legend of #Zelda : Breath of the Wild takes home Game of the Year at #TheGameAwards! Players who want to play " The Champions Ballad " and ride around Hyrule in a Master Cycle Zero need not wait long.
  • Apple reveals 'Best of 2017' apps and games

    Apple reveals 'Best of 2017' apps and games

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    Also mentioned is that Splitter Critters is the year's best gaming app. Apple has also released the usual top charts listings for free and paid apps and games. Super Mario Run tops the most downloaded games chart, followed by 8 Ball Pool , Snake VS Block , Ballz , Word Cookies and Subway Surfers . Ed Sheeran's Shape of You , meanwhile, ranked as this year's top song.
  • Storm Caroline: Yellow weather warning for Perthshire

    Storm Caroline: Yellow weather warning for Perthshire

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    Met Eireann last issued a snow warning for Donegal last month when temperatures plunged to -2C on Thursday, November 23, leading to some snowfall on high ground housing estates in towns like Letterkenny. "At the moment we have a yellow weather warning in place, but it could be upgraded to amber". "Road, rail, air and ferry services may be affected, with longer journey times and cancellations possible".
  • Discover enables payments for Apple Pay Cash

    Discover enables payments for Apple Pay Cash

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    Apple Pay Cash is only available in the USA, though it has not been activated in the country. Apple Pay Cash is now available for iOS device owners in the US. You'll also need to select if you'd like to send or request the amount chosen. Hopefully, it'll become more widely available in the coming days, just in time for the holidays.