Month: November 2019

Netflix announces that it will no longer support the old version Samsung TVs and other smart TVs

Netflix announced that it would no longer support the old smart TVs. It is not going to support Samsung Smart TVs and Vizio, which is more than four years old. The app will not support the circa of the year 2010 and 2011, and also it will not support the Roku boxes of the first …

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NYC’s drivers sues Uber for undercutting their pay

Uber is once again facing the wrath of its employees. This time Uber is being sued by 96,000 drivers represented by the New York Taxi Workers Alliance. The allegation against Uber consists of violating drivers’ contracts and stealing a part of their wages between 2011 and 2017. Drivers have claimed that Uber left the workers …

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Realme 3 Pro and Realme X to get Dark Mode in its new October update

Realme is a Shenzhen-based Chinese smartphone manufacturer that was established in 2018 by Sky Li, the previous vice president of Oppo Electronics. Ever since its debut in the market, the company has manufactured a wide variety of smartphones with different price tags. And we are not talking about the regular price tags of smartphones devices, …

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Bugs flooding the latest Windows 10 update; MS Edge and Start menu faces breakdown issues

Yet another set of bugs were spotted on Windows 10’s latest update KB4517389. The new version, which was launched with claims of bug fixes and error-proof turned out into false hopes, as the users who updated to the Windows 10 version faced too many issues. Microsoft is gaining a negative impression because of these recurring …

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