A Pennsylvania man has sued Apple for not doing enough to prevent children from running up huge in-app purchase bills in iPhone, iPad games. Shortly after Apple introduced new parental controls for in-app purchases on iPhone or iPad games, the company is being slapped with a lawsuit that says it hasn't done enough. Earlier this week, Garen Meguerian of Pennsylvania filed a lawsuit against Apple that says the company's policy for in-app purchases doesn't go far enough to prevent children from buying currency or points inside apps and games. The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for Northern California, requests class-action status and asks for unspecified damages and legal fees.
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By most accounts, there are fewer than 50 Net backbone providers. If one defines a backbone company as one that does not have to buy Internet access from any other company, then there only are 9, according to Nathan Stratton, chief executive of NetRail, which is among them. Another is AOL's ANS Communications, which WorldCom is buying as part of the deal along with CompuServe Network Services. "It makes the numbers shrink from nine to eight, and that's a bad thing," Stratton said. "The reason providers should be wary is there are few people in the world who are backbone providers, and whenever you get rid of one of the players you are in trouble.
The online marketplace said Monday it has killed off eBay Now, which it started three years ago to allow its customers to buy items from local stores, such as AutoZone or GNC, and then get them delivered as soon as the same day, Since then, several news reports as far back as a year ago expected eBay feather case for apple iphone 8 plus - plum Now to shutter based on some early signs: eBay stopped growing the pilot program, shut down eBay Now's mobile app in December, and former CEO John Donahoe in October described it as "not essential to our core target customer."A pilot program in Brooklyn that started in December and offered same-day deliveries from about 80 local merchants was also retired, eBay Now was available in New York, Chicago, Dallas and many parts of the San Francisco Bay Area, Both the Brooklyn program and eBay Now will wind down through the week and end completely by Friday..
An easy way to tell the Pixel 2 and 2 XL apart are the corners of the display. The 2 XL has rounded corners that mirror the corners of the actual phone. The Pixel 2 has a display with squared off corners like the original Pixel and Pixel XL. Another difference is that the Pixel 2 XL has noticeably thinner bezels than the Pixel 2. Another difference between the two new phones is the placement of the rear camera and flash. On the Pixel 2 XL, the camera is on the left and the flash is on the right.
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