Twitter suspension: Here are a few accounts that have been deactivated

Under the handle @nero, the technology editor at Breitbart was permanently banned from Twitter after his repeated tweets against Ghostbuster actress Leslie Jones.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/11/03/twitter-suspension-here-are-few-accounts-that-have-been-deactivated.html

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Apple’s Bootcamp audio driver can permanently damage the speakers on the new MacBook Pro

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A bad driver in Apple’s Boot Camp software can permanently damage the speakers on a new MacBook Pro running Windows 10. Apple has pushed a new driver to Boot Camp, so make certain you’ve got the latest updates before installing the OS, and update your audio driver if you installed Windows 10 before last week.

The post Apple’s Bootcamp audio driver can permanently damage the speakers on the new MacBook Pro appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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The pen is mightier: Samsung modifies Galaxy Note 5 packaging to warn about stuck stylus

Article Image Rather than fix a flaw that can permanently damage its latest flagship phablet, Samsung has instead opted to revise the packaging for the Galaxy Note 5, warning users not to insert the device’s S Pen back into the handset in the wrong direction.

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No Need to Waste Brain Space on Yahoo Passwords


The way to permanently cure someone’s headache is to cut off their head, and that appears to be the principle Yahoo has adopted with a new security policy announced Sunday. Users of Yahoo Mail no longer have to rack their brains to remember passwords, said Chris Stoner, director of product management. Instead, they can opt for on-demand passwords after signing in to their Yahoo.com account and entering their phone number. Yahoo will send them a verification code to enter, and the next time they sign in, it will send them an on-demand password.

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