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Apple Says iPhone 6 And 6 Plus Bending Complaints Number Less Than 10

iphone-6-plus-rear-flat Apple has responded to the various reports of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus bending, saying that it’s “extremely rare,” and that in fact, only nine people out of all the customers that bought devices thus far have complained. That would presumably mean nine out of the well over 10 million that have sold thus far. Apple noted to TechCrunch that under normal use, the problem rarely… Read More

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Apple Says iPhone 6 And 6 Plus Bending Complaints Number Less Than 10

iphone-6-plus-rear-flat Apple has responded to the various reports of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus bending, saying that it’s “extremely rare,” and that in fact, only nine people out of all the customers that bought devices thus far have complained. That would presumably mean nine out of the well over 10 million that have sold thus far. Apple noted to TechCrunch that under normal use, the problem rarely… Read More

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Apple Says iPhone 6 And 6 Plus Bending Complaints Number Less Than 10

iphone-6-plus-rear-flat Apple has responded to the various reports of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus bending, saying that it’s “extremely rare,” and that in fact, only nine people out of all the customers that bought devices thus far have complained. That would presumably mean nine out of the well over 10 million that have sold thus far. Apple noted to TechCrunch that under normal use, the problem rarely… Read More

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Apple Says iPhone 6 And 6 Plus Bending Complaints Number Less Than 10

iphone-6-plus-rear-flat Apple has responded to the various reports of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus bending, saying that it’s “extremely rare,” and that in fact, only nine people out of all the customers that bought devices thus far have complained. That would presumably mean nine out of the well over 10 million that have sold thus far. Apple noted to TechCrunch that under normal use, the problem rarely… Read More

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Windows 8.1 now available on MSDN and TechNet following developer complaints

Microsoft is reversing course today, allowing developers to download a final copy of Windows 8.1 ahead of its October 18th release. After originally announcing the finalization of the OS update last month, Microsoft was planning to hold back the final download for MSDN and TechNet subscribers until October 18th. The company now admits that was a mistake. “We heard from you that our decision to not initially release Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2 RTM bits was a big challenge for our developer partners,” says Microsoft. “We’ve listened and we get it.”

Windows 8.1 Core and Pro editions will both be made available today on MSDN and TechNet, and the company is also launching a Release Candidate of Visual Studio 2013 for developers….

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Microsoft’s YouTube Windows Phone app returns following Google complaints

Microsoft’s YouTube app for Windows Phone is returning to the Store today. After Google forced Microsoft to remove the app, the pair have been working together to create an updated application. In a statement issued to The Verge, a Microsoft spokesperson confirms the app will be made available today. “We’ve released an updated YouTube app for Windows Phone that provides the great experience our consumers expect while addressing the concerns Google expressed in May, including the addition of ads,” says a spokesperson. Microsoft says it appreciates “Google’s support in ensuring that Windows Phones customers have a quality YouTube experience and look forward to continuing the collaboration.”

Although Microsoft pulled the download…

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Google Play Music update aims to address data usage complaints

Mobile data caps have been the enemy of Google Play Music for quite some time, but a new update, available in the Play Store today, might provide a quick fix. By default, the service streams music at the highest quality possible on a given connection, so it wasn’t always friendly to users dealing with data limits. With this update, Google is aiming to decrease the amount of overall data the app uses while providing more bandwidth usage settings. Additionally, the update boasts improved search quality and faster music downloads. Hopefully, Google will continue to work out the kinks before its forthcoming iOS All Access rollout. In the meantime, Google Play Music users can mosey on over to the source link below to download the latest version.

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Facebook friend integration pulled from Path in wake of recent spam complaints

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Earlier this week we reported that users had been complaining about a certain feature from the app Path: namely, that its default behavior was to automatically send text messages out to people a user may know when they first signed up with the app. The Path app has now received an update that removes the ability to find Facebook friends altogether, and TechCrunch reports that it’s due to Facebook restricting Path’s access to its API. Users can still share any items they post to Facebook, but any friend-associated activity has disappeared.

The spamming behavior first went into effect with a March 6th update to the app. It gained traction when a digital marketer named Stephen Kenwright signed up with the app, and discovered that multiple…

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LEGO Ending Jabba’s Palace Playset Production Amidst ‘Anti-Islamic’ Complaints (Allegedly Unrelated Though)

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LEGO is ceasing production of the Star Wars Jabba’s Palace playset at the end of this year amidst complaints from Austria’s Turkish community that the building is “mosque-like” and the minifigs included give Muslims a bad rap. Things to complain about: apparently we’re getting to the very bottom of the list.

Furious Muslim critics complained that the Lego set’s Asian and oriental figures were “deceitful and criminal” characters such as gun-runners, slave masters and terrorists.

“This sort of thing does not belong in a child’s bedroom,” said Melissa Gunes, a spokeswoman for Austria’s Turkish Cultural Association. Critics also claimed that the palace had an uncanny resemblance to Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia mosque. “The game is pedagogical dynamite. It depicts Muslims as terrorists,” the TCA complained, adding that Jabba was shown to be a “terrorist who likes to smoke hookah and have his victims killed”.

Did you read that? PEDAGOGICAL DYNAMITE, FOLKS. I honestly tried to imagine the set depicting Muslims as terrorists, and I couldn’t. And that’s saying a lot because I can imagine almost ANYTHING. The things I see when I close my eyes — you could make a movie about them but nobody would ever be the same afterwards.

UPDATE: LEGO has stated they’re ending production of the playset at the end of the year because it was already determined as the end of the product’s life-cycle and not because of the criticism.

Thanks to Chillivanilly, who just stockpiled like 100 of them to sell on eBay in twenty years.

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LEGO Ending Jabba’s Palace Playset Production Amidst ‘Anti-Islamic’ Complaints (Allegedly Unrelated Though)

jabbas-palace-retirement.jpg

LEGO is ceasing production of the Star Wars Jabba’s Palace playset at the end of this year amidst complaints from Austria’s Turkish community that the building is “mosque-like” and the minifigs included give Muslims a bad rap. Things to complain about: apparently we’re getting to the very bottom of the list.

Furious Muslim critics complained that the Lego set’s Asian and oriental figures were “deceitful and criminal” characters such as gun-runners, slave masters and terrorists.

“This sort of thing does not belong in a child’s bedroom,” said Melissa Gunes, a spokeswoman for Austria’s Turkish Cultural Association. Critics also claimed that the palace had an uncanny resemblance to Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia mosque. “The game is pedagogical dynamite. It depicts Muslims as terrorists,” the TCA complained, adding that Jabba was shown to be a “terrorist who likes to smoke hookah and have his victims killed”.

Did you read that? PEDAGOGICAL DYNAMITE, FOLKS. I honestly tried to imagine the set depicting Muslims as terrorists, and I couldn’t. And that’s saying a lot because I can imagine almost ANYTHING. The things I see when I close my eyes — you could make a movie about them but nobody would ever be the same afterwards.

UPDATE: LEGO has stated they’re ending production of the playset at the end of the year because it was already determined as the end of the product’s life-cycle and not because of the criticism.

Thanks to Chillivanilly, who just stockpiled like 100 of them to sell on eBay in twenty years.

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