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Reports are coming in that Apple have just pulled their newest update patch after fewer than 40,000 downloads following complaints from customers
In the Article: Digital spy states:
According to The Verge, Apple pulled the iOS 8.0.1 update in less than an hour, resulting in fewer than 40,000 people downloading it.
iOS has not been the only problem for Apple this week, after it emerged that some of its iPhone 6 Plus handsets may bend when pocketed for too long. The company responded to the criticism, saying: “A bend is extremely rare.”
Read more: http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tech/news/a599275/apple-releases-ios-802-after-disastrous-update-earlier-this-week.html#~oQXbWOaV2laNWw#ixzz3EPKRD43G
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Following a recent infestation of malware on Twitch that steals your Steam wallet funds, F-Secure is recommending that Valve adds a new security measure to Steam’s marketplace.
Twitch regulars are used to bots in chatrooms that encourage donations, but this malicious little bot has been inviting players to enter fake raffles, in a crafty ruse to glean funds from their Steam wallets.
F-Secure (Finnish anti-malware company) made this statement “This malware, which we call Eskimo, is able to wipe your Steam wallet, armory, and inventory dry,” says F-Secure. “It even dumps your items for a discount in the Steam Community Market. Previous variants were selling items with a 12 percent discount, but a recent sample showed that they changed it to 35 percent discount. Perhaps to be able to sell the items faster.”
The folks over at minecraft now have 2 and a half Billion reasons to like Microsoft, but what do the fans think?
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