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Nintendo warns NES Classic, SNES Classic will be 'gone' once sold out

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Kyoto Prefecture [Japan], December 15 (ANI): Nintendo has warned that its retro NES Classic and SNES Classic will be gone once they sell out.
The company’s Reggie Fils-Aime warned during an interview that the retro consoles will sell in the Americas through the holidays but will not be made anymore once they sell out, Engadget reported.
For those who want to still experience the classic game, they will have to leverage the games that come with Switch Online.
In addition to the NES Classic and SNES Classic, Nintendo hinted that the Nintendo 64 Classic may meet the same fate. There won’t be additional games for the mini NES and SNES models either. (ANI)



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Facebook's new bug affects 6.8 million users

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California [United States], December 15 (ANI): Facebook has discovered a new bug in its Photo API which the company believes affects up to 6.8 million users.
In its blog, Facebook describes the bug as affecting those who used Facebook Login and granted permission to third-party apps to access their photos. The company says it has fixed the issue but the bug allowed some third-party apps access to users’ photos between September 13 and September 25, 2018.
The bug potentially gave permission to developers to access other photos, such as those shared on Marketplace or Facebook Stories.
Surprisingly, it also impacts photos which people uploaded to Facebook but chose not to post. Facebook stores photos from incomplete posts for three days. This basically means photos you were trying to post but lost network also got accessible.
Facebook will be rolling out developer tools to determine which people using their app might be affected by the bug. The company will also be informing impacted individuals. (ANI)



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Indians have as many as 200 apps installed on their smartphone: Survey

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New Delhi [India], December 15 (ANI): Indians are obsessed with their smartphones and the latest report quantifies it in the best manner possible. According to the latest techARC Digit, smartphone users in India install more apps on their apps than they actually use.
As per the insights, the average number of apps installed is 51, which goes up as much as 207. However, when it comes to usage, most of the Indians use only about 24 apps on their smartphones, indicating that a lot of people install apps without actually using them much, in turn, putting their devices at risk.
On a daily basis, as many as 38 percent users use 6-10 apps a day, with social media apps being the most used with as many as 76 percent users using them on a daily basis. Mobile gaming apps come second with 70 percent of users playing some game on their smartphones daily.
About 47 percent users use financial apps including banking apps as well as wallet apps to perform some financial transaction digitally.
Other apps gaining popularity include OTT Entertainment such as Live TV and VoD apps with 40 percent users. (ANI)



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Infutor Acquires Ruf Strategic Solutions Accelerating its Consumer…

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Strategic Acquisition Expands Infutor’s Intelligence and Segmentation Capabilities, Enabling Marketers to Use Identities, Attributes and Analytics for Consumer Acquisition, Retention and Optimization

(PRWeb December 11, 2018)

Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/infutor_acquires_ruf_strategic_solutions_accelerating_its_consumer_identity_analytics_and_intelligence_market_position/prweb15977040.htm



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C-DAC, Atos join hands to make supercomputers

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New Delhi [India], Dec 15 (ANI): The Centre for Development of Advance Computing (C-DAC) and Atos, a global leader in digital transformation based in France, has signed a three-year industrial contract for designing, building and installing the BullSequana, its high-performance supercomputer in India.
This contract has been awarded to Atos under the National Supercomputing Mission (NSM), a Rs 4,500 crore scheme spread over seven years, aimed at creating a network of over 70 high-performance supercomputing facilities for various academic and research institutions across India.
This industrial alliance, which was signed here on Friday, falls fully under the close relations and strategic partnership between the two countries in the sectors of space, civilian nuclear energy, defence, and counter-terrorism.
French Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs Jean Yves Le Drian said, “Today we have sealed an industrial alliance that contributes to strengthening our strategic partnership as two countries will be involved in together building a supercomputer grid, which is vital today for a variety of fields, such as energy transition, mobility, artificial intelligence, defence, research, and development.”
Hemant Darbari, C-DAC Director General, said that buying the system is fine but C-DAC has taken up the task of building systems not only from board level but even at the chip level. “The server motherboard side we thought we should work with the partners who can do the manufacturing in India,” he added. (ANI)



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Coherix and VistaLink’s European Partnership Brings a Unique 3D Laser…

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Coherix, Inc. Forms Strategic Partnership with VistaLink NV to bring advanced 3D inspection to the automotive market in the Benelux region, Scandinavia and UK.

(PRWeb December 15, 2018)

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