Twitter error removed '#bisexual' from news and photo search results

Twitter has been slammed after an error prevented the search term ‘#bisexual’ from yielding news, photo and video results.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/11/06/twitter-error-removed-bisexual-from-news-and-photo-search-results.html

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Apple Accused of Misleading Customers Entitled to Repairs, Replacements

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Apple is facing a lawsuit over its handling of the Error 53 issue, after allegedly lying about its own legal requirements and obligations.

The post Apple Accused of Misleading Customers Entitled to Repairs, Replacements appeared first on ExtremeTech.

The original article can be found here: https://www.extremetech.com/computing/250513-apple-accused-misrepresenting-error-53-issue-customers-entitled-repairs-replacements?source=Computing

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Microsoft Word bug let hackers have access files for months

An error in Microsoft Word let hackers have access to files for month before the tech giant eventually fixed the problem — six months later.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/04/27/microsoft-word-bug-let-hackers-have-access-files-for-months.html

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To make crashes 'friendlier,' Microsoft adds QR codes to Windows 10 BSOD

Article Image Windows users will no longer be forced to manually Google error messages to figure out why their computer crashed, as development builds of Windows 10 now include a QR code on the Blue Screen of Death.

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Apple acknowledges 'Error 53' glitch, says it's part of Touch ID security [u]

Article Image Apple on Friday publicly acknowledged an unusual “Error 53″ message, triggered by updating an iPhone 6 to iOS 9 or later after having the phone’s Touch ID sensor fixed by an unofficial technician. [Updated]

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