We all remember the good old days, The days before the smart phone, The days we spend playing the snake game. The days we used to charge our phones just once a week. Really!
Yes, those days are back with the new Nokia 3310, actually the old Nokia 3310.
It was a normal day for me, I reached at my work place and started working, As part of our job we put all our project code backups on Git.
We use Gitlab and Source tree to push our codes on Git.
As soon i tried to push my code it encountered an Internal Server Error. This error never encountered to me. So just for curiosity i went on the Gitlab website to see whats wrong.
The website was down and it had a message saying
GitLab.com is currently offline due to issues with our production database.
We’re working hard to resolve the problem quickly. Follow GitLabStatus for the latest updates.
Facebook uses image recognition technology to accurately determine the content of your photographs. You can view these machine generated captions to know how Facebook sees your own photographs.
When you upload any photograph to your Facebook account, they look at the actual content of the photograph and try to determine what objects and scenes are inside the image. You may not have added any description, yet Facebook can determine what that picture is all about.
Follow these simple steps and you are good to go.
- Go to icloud.com/find
- If Prompted, sign in with your iCloud Apple ID
- Click ALL Devices at the top of your browser window.
- Select the device you want to erase.
- Click “Erase [device]” to erase your device and its passcode.
- Use the setup Assistant on your device to restore the most recent backup.
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Most of the applications in our Smartphone like Snapchat , Flipkart, Facebook are manually downloaded by us.
Prior to their installation such apps always demand certain kind of permissions.
- Access to Messages
- GPS Location
- Call details
- And many more
What a difference a decade makes. This week, the Firefox web browser turned 10. That anniversary, though, marked something more than the birth of a web browser. It marked a push by Mozilla to try to keep the web open. In this blog post, Mozilla’s CEO Chris Beard reflects on where Mozilla and Firefox have been, and where they’re going.
Elsewhere on the web, Mozilla’s Mitchell Baker writes at re/code about Mozilla and Firefox’s work to create an open internet. And Mashable has put together a timeline with fun facts and notable accomplishments.
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