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September 20, 2022
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CNET

Apple Confirms iPhone 14 Pro Camera Shake Issue, Says Fix Coming Next Week

The issue also causes rattling noises as a result of the optical image stabilization hardware not working correctly, according to a report from Bloomberg.

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WIRED

Peloton’s New Rowing Machine Is Here. Get Ready to Pay Up

Starting today, though, the Peloton Row is officially available for preorder. It’s the latest hardware announcement from the connected-fitness company, whose fate has been in question ever since a new chief executive took over earlier this year and started …

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Barron’s

Take-Two Stock Fell Hard After the Next Grand Theft Auto Was Leaked. Why It’s Already Recovered.

Pre-release leaks aren’t unheard of in the videogame business, but Grand Theft Auto VI isn’t just any game. That’s why a series of leaked videos of an early build of the game that circulated widely online sent gamers and Wall Street into a tizzy.

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Wired.co.uk

YouTube’s ‘Dislike’ Button Doesn’t Do What You Think

YouTube creators often implore their viewers to ‘smash that Like button,’ believing its feedback to be vital to their future success on the algorithm-driven platform. But a new study from the Mozilla Foundation suggests that users who hit the Dislike …

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TechCrunch

Salesforce built a data lake to transform how customer data moves on the platform

Up until now, that’s been more aspirational than real, but Salesforce is announcing Genie, a real time data integration platform, today at the Dreamforce customer conference that aims to make that dream a reality.

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Yahoo Sports

Childhood friends Isaak Phillips, Mitchell Weeks reunited with Blackhawks

I was watching him out in the OHL,” Phillips recalled. “I’m like: “Yeah, I know a thing or two. He’s my best friend.” And about an hour later, [Rockford IceHogs president of hockey operations and GM] Mark Bernard called me and he’s like: ‘We might offer …

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Hyperallergic

Don’t Be a , Survey Says to Use Emojis

Over 90% of US emoji users agreed that the icons make it easier for them to express themselves and 60% said they improved their mental health, according to a new survey.

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