Month: November 2018

Apple Clarifies Tencent’s Role in Fraudulent Website Warnings, Says No URL Data is Shared and Checks are Limited to Mainland China

Following user concern over Apple using Chinese company Tencent as one of its Safe Browsing partners for Safari, Apple has issued a statement assuring customers that website URLs are not shared with its safe browsing partners. For those unfamiliar with the feature, Safari sends data to Google Safe Browsing to […]

Apple Stores begin consumer friendly repairs of iPhones with third-party batteries while safety concerns swirl

Apple Stores are reportedly putting new repair policies in place. French publication iGen (translated) reports that the company is allowing iPhones with third-party batteries to be worked on by Apple’s Geniuses. Up until now, Apple has typically refused to repair or work on iPhones with non-original components like batteries. Here’s how […]

August 24th : New Preview Alpha Skip Ahead Ring 1910 Update (1910.190822-1915)

Starting at 2:00 p.m. PST today, members of the Xbox One Preview Alpha Skip Ahead Ring will begin receiving the latest 1910 Xbox One system update (Build: 19H1_RELEASE_XBOX_DEV_191018363.7117.190822-1915). DETAILS: OS version released: 19H1_RELEASE_XBOX_DEV_191018363.7117.190822-1915 Available: 2:00 PM 8/24/19 Mandatory Date/Time: 3:00 AM 8/25/19 Fixes:   Audio Fixed an issue where some […]

List of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare bugs and known issues

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has debuted worldwide, reviving Activision’s bestselling shooter through the contemporary lens. From advanced operations to guerrilla warfare, the series’ latest packs content for all across its grim campaign and thrilling multiplayer modes. And while Modern Warfare builds on strong foundations, that comes with a significant […]