Do you think that Pixel 2 XL's OLED panel by LG is of dismal quality?
Racing: Australia jockey suspended for punching horse
Previously we have seen bans handed out for excessive use of the whip, but the uniqueness and shocking nature of Dylan Caboche's actions may be the spark that triggers reforms.
Following reports of screen burn-in, phones shipping without an operating system and battery charging issues, some Pixel 2 XL owners are now reporting that the oleophobic coating on the glass is wearing off after just a few weeks of use.
Google has rolled out a new software update, meant to fix the display and colour burn issues found in its newly unveiled Pixel 2 XL smartphone, whilst also remedying the "click noise" in the smaller Pixel 2. But then again, the heavy trust placed on LG has resulted in some major controversies happening with the Pixel 2 and it is with the burn-in screen. The Pixel 2 will also receive the same options.
Thanks to Drake, Netflix Orders A New Season of "Top Boy"
Bennett will also executive produce with Charles Steel , Alasdair Flind and Yann Demange , according to THR . Top Boy is an incredibly gritty, impactful show set in London's East End.
In another issue reported by Pixel 2 users (and some Pixel 2 XL users), some users are experiencing microphone malfunctions on call - when making calls, the mic doesn't pick anything up.
Set to replace the "vivid colors" display previously available, Google has rolled out with three new "color profile" options; "boosted", "natural" and "saturated". Users speculate that the issue on Pixel 2 and select Pixel 2 XL units are hardware related.
Apple's next iPad will have face recognition instead of home button
Apple allegedly still sees the iPad as the future of mainstream computing and continues investment in the series. Tablet sales have taken a 17 percent decline globally over the last three years and Apple certainly felt it.
Users on Google's product forum recently began posting messages claiming that after only hours or days of careful usage, they began to notice small, usually straight and deep scratches on their displays.