More Bad News For Apple As ‘All-New’ iPhone Release Exposed

Apple has had a tough week. It accidentally leaked a major iPhone upgrade in iOS, in France it was fined $27M for deliberately slowing iPhones and now the company’s first new iPhone release of 2020 has been revealed. iPhone 12 concept render, Apple’s 2020 iPhone will be beaten to market by an all-new model. BEN GESKIN Apple iPhone … Read more More Bad News For Apple As ‘All-New’ iPhone Release Exposed

More Bad News For Apple As New iPhone Design Exposed [Updates]

Apple has had better months. Having already admitted iPhone 11 owners are subject to secretive location checks, found its latest iOS 13.3 update has two gaping flaws and been caught up in last week’s sensational smartphone tracking scandal, now the first iPhone 12 designs have leaked and you might not like what you see. 2020 iPhone 12 concept now … Read more More Bad News For Apple As New iPhone Design Exposed [Updates]

Apple is working to speed up repairs of its bad MacBook keyboards

Apple is now conducting repairs of MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro keyboards on-site at its stores, and it’s promising a next-day turnaround for pickup in many cases, according to MacRumors. The company previously sent machines out to its repair depot, but it’s now telling its Genius Bar employees to handle “most” keyboard-related repairs at the store … Read more Apple is working to speed up repairs of its bad MacBook keyboards

Apple Ditching The iPhone’s Touch ID For 3D Facial Recognition Technology Could Be A Bad Idea

According to recent reports, Apple is going to replace Touch ID with facial-recognition technology on the iPhone, and it might start things off with the iPhone 8. The thing is, it’s not exactly as reliable as fingerprint security, which is evidenced by the workarounds to the Samsung Galaxy S8’s iris scanner. For what it’s worth, Apple’s technology won’t … Read more Apple Ditching The iPhone’s Touch ID For 3D Facial Recognition Technology Could Be A Bad Idea

IDBI Bank Q3 loss widens to Rs 2,255 cr as bad loans soar

(Representative photo) NEW DELHI: Public sector lender IDBI Bank’s net losswidened further to Rs 2,254.96 crore in the third quarter of 2016-17 due to higher provisions for rising bad loans and fall in income. The bank had reported a net loss of Rs 2,183.68 crore in the October-December quarter of previous fiscal 2015-16. “Total income … Read more IDBI Bank Q3 loss widens to Rs 2,255 cr as bad loans soar

Italian banks hold nearly a third of euro zone’s bad loans: ECB

Italian banks are holding nearly a third of the 990 billion euros ($1.05 trillion) of unpaid loans at top euro zone lenders, European Central Bank data showed on Tuesday, underscoring the challenge facing Italy at a time of political and market upheaval. High levels of bad loans, a legacy of the financial crisis, are curbing … Read more Italian banks hold nearly a third of euro zone’s bad loans: ECB

Wall Street is looking for a big rebound from what’s been a bad year

After six turbulent months, there’s good news for Wall Street banks, and there’s bad news. The good news first: it’s likely getting better. Of course, that comes as big banks try to rebound from the bad news: It’s been the worst start to a year, on a number of metrics, since the global financial crisis. … Read more Wall Street is looking for a big rebound from what’s been a bad year

Do you have bad RAM? Here’s how to find out

Random Access Memory (RAM) wears out over time. If your PC frequently freezes, reboots, or brings up a BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death), bad RAM just might be the problem. Corrupt files can be another sign of bad RAM, especially when the corruption is found in files that you’ve used recently. Another possible symptom: The … Read more Do you have bad RAM? Here’s how to find out

Tyranny preview: Obsidian’s branching bad guy RPG is made to play over and over

Last week Obsidian dangled the smallest scraps of a new project: Tyranny, a new isometric CRPG built in the Pillars of Eternity engine. A world where the battle between good and evil already took place, and evil won. Here’s the trailer again, in case you need a refresher: Pretty light on the details, eh? Luckily … Read more Tyranny preview: Obsidian’s branching bad guy RPG is made to play over and over

‘Bad Goldilocks’ emerges as market’s worst enemy

Remember “Goldilocks,” that pristine economic condition where growth was strong but not so strong as to induce tighter Fed policy? Well, now meet her evil twin. This is the new state of affairs in the U.S., where growth isn’t strong enough to inspire much confidence but not weak enough to induce easing from the U.S. … Read more ‘Bad Goldilocks’ emerges as market’s worst enemy