Episode #602 Of F5: Your Latest Tech News | PLUGHITZ Live
The tech world moves on; another day, another area to cover. Learn about Skyrim’s new version, T-Mobile’s data breach, and OnlyFans’ new plan. Read on!
The tech world moves on; another day, more news to cover. Episode #602 of PLUGHITZ Live show, F5 Live: Refreshing Technology, will cover the latest tech news on the net.
The hosts Avram Piltch and Scott Ertz take us through their POVs on recent news regarding Apple’s behavior with developers, Skyrim’s new version, T-Mobile’s data breach, and OnlyFans’ new plan.
Interested in getting a summary of their interesting talk? Keep reading! You won’t be disappointed.
Apple’s Getting Shady with Developers
If you didn’t know, FlickType and Apple were working together to develop an iPhone keyboard designed for blind users; and yes, you read right, they WERE working on it.
According to Kosta Eleftheriou, FlickType’s developer, the creation of the keyboard was being shut down because of Apple’s policies and behavior.
It’s not a surprise for us but, FlickType isn’t the first nor last company to have issues with Apple; developers and publishers are often disappointed and frustrated with the experience of working with them.
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Bethesda recently announced that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is celebrating its 10th anniversary. With this news, the company is launching a re-release on modern consoles and PC.
The new version of the game is named The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition. You can find it on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC, and Xbox Game Pass on November 11th.
The price’s still unknown but what we do know is that if you have a modern console and a previous generation of the game, you’ll get a free upgrade.
Get into details here.
T-Mobile’s Data Breach
T-Mobile’s data breach issues come and go more often than expected. This time, they suffered a breach that affected over 40 million people. Learn more about this incident.
OnlyFans Stops Allowing Adult Content
We’ve all heard about OnlyFans and their adult content appeal; they’ve been one of the biggest companies regarding this kind of content, even though its original purpose was not at all nudity.
The site was originally meant to be a place for creators to connect with their fans, but clearly, it took an unexpected turn. And when you’re famous for the explicit content you allow, why would you change drastically?
Your Trusted Technology Podcast
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