Both companies said they hope to resolve the issue quickly. Now, it seems that Google will go as far as to remove its YouTube from all Amazon products by the end of the year. These are two companies who usually have the upper hand on the negotiating table, and probably don't like the fact they have found their equal this time around.
Troyer said officials believe the shooting took place off school property and the wounded students ran back onto the campus. The conditions of the two students are still unknown. A spokesperson for Bethel school district said schools in the area were on lockdown. Their ages and identities remain unidentified. Deputies were actively sweeping the school grounds, but said there was no indication the suspects were on campus.
For the photography needs, the phone packs a dual camera setup on the back with 20MP and 16MP sensors as well as a 13MP selfie camera on the front. It will be available in 128GB storage , 6 GB RAM variant and a 64 GB storage 4/6 GB RAM variant. The dual-camera arrangement on the rear houses a regular 16-megapixel RGB sensor and another 20-megapixel monochrome sensor which, on paper, should produce relatively better colors in your pictures.
Pho entered a guilty plea Friday for unlawfully retaining national defense information, the US Department of Justice announced . "In connection with his employment, Pho held various security clearances and had access to national defense and classified information".
The app is created to be compliant with the Children's Online Privacy and Protection Act (COPPA). Kids don't get a separate Facebook or Messenger account; rather, it's an extension of a parent's account. The Internet can be a scary, unsafe place for children, even when parents go to great lengths to control what content, videos, apps and games their offsprings are allowed to access on specially designed tablets and wearable devices .
And the son of a woman from Albany contacted Schneiderman's office, he said, to report that she had passed away a month before the comment was submitted. "For months", said Schneiderman, "we've been pleading with the FCC to help us with our investigation so we can get to the bottom of what happened and determine who is responsible".