iOS 11 gets emoji, security update ahead of iPhone X launch – CNET


CNET

iOS 11 gets emoji, security update ahead of iPhone X launch
CNET
Apple's iOS 11 brings new emojis to iPhones and iPads. You'll now be able to send all of the "zombie" and "vomit" emojis you want. Apple on Tuesday released iOS 11.1, the latest software update for its iPhones and iPads. The update includes more than
Apple releases iOS 11.1 with shiny new emojisTechCrunch


Apple Releases iOS 11.1 With New Emoji, 3D Touch App Switcher, and MoreMac Rumors
Apple fixes KRACK attack in iOS 11.1 updateZDNet
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Why Rapper Mims Is Hot (Again)

Known for the hit “This Is Why I’m Hot” (circa 2007) Washington Heights rapper Mims is seeing new success with the RecordGram app, which allows both producers and aspiring artists to rent and lease beats, to the benefit of all parties involved. _______________________ Guest post by authur Zack O’Malley Greenburg…

Apple could drop Qualcomm components in next year’s iPhones, iPads -sources – Reuters


Reuters

Apple could drop Qualcomm components in next year's iPhones, iPads -sources
Reuters
(Reuters) – Apple Inc (AAPL.O) has designed iPhones and iPads that would drop chips supplied by Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O), according to two people familiar with the matter. FILE PHOTO: A man is reflected in a Apple store logo in San Francisco, California, …
Apple reportedly building iPhones, iPads without Qualcomm chipsArs Technica


Apple to drop Qualcomm components in next iPhones, iPads: ReportZDNet
Apple might build its next iPhone without Qualcomm chipsEngadget
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Facebook, Google, and Twitter Could’ve Prevented the Russian Ads. Why Didn’t They? – Fortune


Fortune

Facebook, Google, and Twitter Could've Prevented the Russian Ads. Why Didn't They?
Fortune
Representatives from Facebook, Twitter, and Google are set to face hostile questions from Congress about how Russia used their platforms to influence U.S. politics. The problem of unfriendly foreign powers spreading propaganda is not new. It has
Russian Content Reached More People On Facebook Than Initially ReportedUbergizmo


It's now impossible to live your best life without subsidizing Silicon ValleyThe Verge
No, Facebook Is Not Listening to Conversations and Targeting AdsAdAge.com
Mirror.co.uk –India Today –The INQUIRER –Neowin
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