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Apple reportedly having trouble with the iPhone 8’s signature feature

Apple reportedly having trouble with the iPhone 8’s signature feature

Apple is reportedly having trouble in getting the iPhone 8’s signature design feature to actually work as it would be a bezeless display spanning from edge to edge. It means there would be no room to accommodate a physical home button on the handset. Thus, the company has to “kill” it.

However, some reports suggested that the Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant maker may not be able to do so this year.

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Hackers reveal how NSA breached global money transfer system

Hackers reveal how NSA breached global money transfer system

A group of hackers known as the Shadow Brokers recently released documents and computer files showing how the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) misused weaknesses or security holes in commercially available software to breach the global money transfer system.

Shadow Brokers alleged that NSA accessed the SWIFT money-transfer system via service providers in several countries the Middle East as well as Latin America.

The most recent release of the documents and computer files was the latest in a string of disclosures by the hackers in the past few months.

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Nintendo reportedly preparing to introduce Switch Mini

Nintendo reportedly preparing to introduce Switch Mini

Despite the Nintendo Wii U’s rather disheartening performance on its release, the mobile gaming company has high hopes from its Switch console.

A number of analysts have warned that the Switch could be the last game console from Nintendo should it fails to attract gamers. However, early sales figures for the console have thus far been encouraging.

Meanwhile, some reports suggested that Nintendo is considering a plan to introduce a Nintendo Switch Mini, which would actually deliver a totally new gaming experience.

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Nintendo to cease production of NES Classic Edition system

Nintendo to cease production of NES Classic Edition system

The production of the thirty-game NES Classic Edition plug-&-play system will be ceased by the end of this month, Nintendo representatives announced on Thursday.

Nintendo representative explained that the NES Classic Edition was not intended to be a long-term product. However, the4 product’s high demand prompted the company to add extra shipments to its original plans.

The company has also decided to discontinue the production of the NES Classic controller, despite a high demand for the product.

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Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus selling like hot cakes

Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus selling like hot cakes

Samsung has claimed that its Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus smartphones are selling like hot cakes, suggesting that consumers have moved on from the taint related to the recall of its Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge handsets.

Samsung said that both of its new flagship phones have garnered a record number of pre-orders. As per the company’s claims, both handsets have already eclipsed the sales of their unfortunate predecessors.

Without revealing exact numbers, the South Korean manufacturer said that the early figures for preorders for the two devices showed a “double digit” growth.

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Microsoft encouraging Windows 10 users to install Creators Edition patch

Microsoft encouraging Windows 10 users to install Creators Edition patch

Software giant Microsoft Corp. has officially started encouraging users of Windows 10 to download and install the Creators Edition patch. Among other notably policy changes, the company has formally banned emulators on Xbox.

Last week, the company said that they would make Windows 10 Creators Update, which is also called 1703 or Build 15063, available to technically savvy users from 5th of April using Media Creation tool or Windows 10 Update Assistant tool.

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President Trump allows ISPs to share & sell customers’ private data

President Trump allows ISPs to share & sell customers’ private data

In his yet another controversial decision, U.S. President Donald Trump has repealed the rules that banned Internet service providers (ISPs) from selling their customers’ private information.

Thus, ISPs like Comcast, Verizon and AT&T are no longer be obligated to seek their customers’ consent before sharing or selling their private data. In other words, ISPs do not have to notify their customers about what sort of data they collect and share with others.

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Samsung’s Galaxy S8 series going to be special

Samsung’s Galaxy S8 series going to be special

Samsung’s every new flagship smartphone becomes the best flagship handset soon after being launched by the Korean manufacturer, but the newly launched Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are going to be special.

After years of almost stagnant smartphone design, 2017 will likely mark the dawn of a something new and exciting in the field. Design is the only area where we are seeing enhancements that are not solely iterative.

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Tesla unveils ‘release candidate version’ of Model 3

Tesla unveils ‘release candidate version’ of Model 3

Elon Musk-led e-carmaker Tesla unveiled the eagerly-awaited Model 3 on Friday, around a year after the renowned innovator provided a sneak peek at a prototype of the vehicle.

Mr. Musk used Twitter to post a short video of the Model 3 yesterday, showing a release candidate version of the new electric vehicle. The video shows the new car accelerating with quickness.

He also clarified that the Model 3 e-car is not a successor to the existing Model S. Model 3 is only a smaller, more affordable version of Model S w. The Model S comes equipped with more superior technology.

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Google Maps’ new tool can help you avoid getting another parking ticket

Google Maps’ new tool can help you avoid getting another parking ticket

Google Maps’ latest version (v9.49 beta) comes equipped with an innovative tool that tells users where their car is parked and how much time is left on the meter, helping them avoid getting another parking ticket.

The Android Police reported that one can access the tool by tapping the blue dot on Google Maps indicating one’s current location. It takes the users to a menu with the option to mark the location of the parking spot.

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