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The biggest problem with the iPhone X (AAPL)
Posted November 9, 2017 4:55 PM
The biggest problem with the iPhone X (AAPL)

The iPhone X has a new screen size and shape. Some apps haven't updated for the new screen yet. Many that have been updated still look awkward.

As a device, Apple's new iPhone X is a home run. Using apps on it, though, can be another story.

Thanks to the size and shape of the smartphone's screen, which are different than all previous iPhones, you'll have to deal with some quirkiness using particular apps on it. Many apps haven't been updated for the new screen, and those that have can look a bit awkward.

In particular, app developers seem to be having trouble figuring out how to work around the virtual home bar that the iPhone X uses instead of a physical home button and the so-called notch at the top of its screen that houses its front cameras and facial-recognition sensors. It's going to take time for developers figure out how to redesign their apps for the new phone.

11 outrageous perks Facebook is offering employees

• Facebook's careers page and Glassdoor reviews break down the tech company's top benefits in North America.

• Some perks include free meals, ample time for vacation, and lots of support for new parents.

• Facebook's benefits received a 4.7 out of 5 stars on Glassdoor.

It's well-known that big tech companies tend to offer lots of tempting perks.

And Facebook is no different. A quick glance at its

Nvidia is rising after crushing earnings (NVDA)
Posted November 9, 2017 4:55 PM
Nvidia is rising after crushing earnings (NVDA)

Nvidia posted earnings of $1.33 per share and revenue of $2.64 billion in the third quarter. Wall Street was expecting adjusted earnings of $1.07 per share on revenue of $2.362 billion. The company has been facing increased competition in the graphics processing space, especially recently. Watch Nvidia's stock price move in real time.

Nvidia released its third-quarter earnings after the bell Thursday.

The company reported earnings of $1.33 per share on revenues of $2.64 billion. Wall Street was expecting adjusted earnings of $1.07 per share on revenue of $2.362 billion. Nvidia's stock was up about 1.27% after the earnings result.

HP Enterprise took a Quartz ad and turned it into a news bot (HPE)

HP Enterprise has rolled out a chatbot on Facebook Messenger that delivers innovation news and also touts the company. Called Hugo, the bot was developed by Quartz Creative and DigitasLBi, and first trialled on Quartz's website.

Wondering how cloud computing works? You could just go and tap Hugo.

Hugo is a chatbot that helps users learn about the latest innovations in fields such as financial services, healthcare, retail and energy. The bot, developed by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Quartz's creative services unit and agency DigitasLBi, made its debut on Facebook Messenger today. Users can start a conversation with Hugo by sending a Facebook message to HPE.

DNC chair Tom Perez fires back at Donna Brazile's 'ludicrous' claims in her new tell-all book

Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez dismissed Donna Brazile's concerns about Hillary Clinton's health during the 2016 election. Former Clinton campaign staff have admonished Brazile for writing a book reflecting on how she saw the 2016 election.

Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez dismissed claims made by former interim DNC chair Donna Brazile in her forthcoming tell-all book about the 2016 election.


The best moment in the new Mario game is an incredible homage to a gaming classic

Few games are as delightful and downright joyous as "Super Mario Odyssey," the new Mario blockbuster on Nintendo's Switch console.

It's a great game unto itself, and it's a game that celebrates Nintendo's long history. Look no further than "New Donk City," one of the game's many massive open worlds, for proof of this duality.

And it's here, in New Donk City, that I experienced the most incredible moment of "Super Mario Odyssey."

WARNING: This piece speaks in detail about "Super Mario Odyssey," and contains spoilers. It's clear from the name of the city, and the endless references to Donkey Kong, that he must be somewhere. Right?

8 reasons you should buy an iPhone 8 instead of an iPhone X (AAPL)

Apple announced three new iPhones this year: the iPhone 8, the iPhone 8 Plus, and the high-end iPhone X.

Those three phones start at $699, $799, and $999, respectively.

The most expensive iPhone model this year, the iPhone X, in many ways represents the future of the iPhone.

That said, there are several reasons it's worth considering an iPhone 8 model instead of the iPhone X:

1. The iPhone X is more expensive than the iPhone 8.

This might be the most important factor for many people.

The iPhone 8 starts at $700, while the larger iPhone 8 Plus starts at $800.

The iPhone X, on the other hand, starts at $1,000.

It's simple math: You can save at least $200 by going with an iPhone 8, which, keep in mind, is still a brand-new phone from Apple.

2. The iPhone 8 and the 8 Plus are powered by the same brains as the iPhone X.

'Stop being so jealous of Fox News': Kellyanne Conway clashes with CNN anchor in heated 20-minute interview

CNN's Brian Stelter grilled White House adviser Kellyanne Conway about the AT&T merger, Russia probe, and President Donald Trump's credibility. Conway criticized CNN's coverage of the administration.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway clashed with CNN's Brian Stelter in a contentious interview on Sunday about President Donald Trump's trustworthiness and credibility.

In a nearly 20-minute interview, Stelter solicited responses from Conway about the president's

Tesla is taking the edge off its cars' insane acceleration with a new software update (TSLA)

"Chill" mode reduces the snappiness of Tesla's signature quick acceleration. The new mode is part of the carmaker's latest software update. The update went out this weekend.

"Ludicrous" mode is one of those near-mythical Tesla features. An improvement on "Insane" mode — which was already quite fast — Ludicrous enables the top-end Model S P100D sedan to outrun the world's fastest supercars on a drag strip.

If a 0-60 mph time of 2.3 seconds is your bag, you will love Ludicrous mode. Many people who have heard about Teslas but have never ridden in one immediately want to know about Ludicrous. The feature's reputation precedes it.

However, as

When Sheryl Sandberg first moved to Silicon Valley, Google's Eric Schmidt gave her advice she still uses today

Sheryl Sandberg said she was risk adverse when she moved to Silicon Valley.  She almost turned down a job at Google, before realizing that she had a tremendous opportunity in front of her. "When you're offered a seat on a rocketship you don't ask, 'What seat?' You just get on," she explained.

When Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook and founder of, began a career change into the tech industry she was "jump adverse."

She moved from Washington, DC to Silicon Valley and struggled for 10 months to get a job, she explained on an episode of the podcast "When to Jump."