Kia Airbag Issues Recalling Took A Start 2022

Kia has come up with a very serious problem with the airbags of some of its vehicles and has plans to recall some of the vehicles like Kia Forte, Sedona, and Kia EV Souls. The recalling includes Forte, Koup, Sedona, and EV Soul from the years 2017 to 2018, 2017, 2017 to 2019 and the company has also claimed to inform the owners of the same issues in the month of March for the easy replacements of the airbags and that too safely. Kia hasn’t reported any major fatalities or…

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Software bug temporarily took down Apple’s developer site

Apple’s developer portal briefly went down on Thursday morning, triggering speculations that it might have suffered a hack. Some developers reported that their account showed an address in Russia instead of their correct home address. Apple, however, rejected the cyber attack speculations, stating the problem originated owing to a software bug. According to a MacRumours report on Thursday, several developers reported that all of their developer account addresses have been updated with an address in Russia, perhaps indicating some kind of breach or serious internal error. According to multiple developer…

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How Google Took Over the Classroom

CHICAGO — The sixth graders at Newton Bateman, a public elementary school here with a classic red brick facade, know the Google drill. In a social-science class last year, the students each grabbed a Google-powered laptop. They opened Google Classroom, an app where teachers make assignments. Then they clicked on Google Docs, a writing program, and began composing essays. Looking up from her laptop, Masuma Khan, then 11 years old, said her essay explored how schooling in ancient Athens differed from her own. “Back then, they had wooden tablets and…

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