A Thanksgiving without Facebook and Black Friday is here
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Facebook suffered intermittent outages on Thursday in a Thanksgiving crash that kept many from posting about how truly thankful they were.
The problems impacted the main Facebook site, Facebook Messenger and Instagram for users across the globe.
Reports to the outage started appearing at 6am pt with everything finally back up and running around noon.
Black Friday sales of Welland really began online with retailers such as Amazon target and Walmart.
Offering big savings on tech.
Amazon is not $200 off the price of the new MacBook Air while target is offering the 2017 iPad Pro for a massive $300 off.
Meanwhile, Walmart has big discounts on the PlayStation 4 pro and Xbox bundles.
You can find all the biggest deals at cnet.com.
Apple designer Jony Ive profile has been deleted from the company's leadership page, suggesting he's officially left Apple after announcing his departure in June.
Ive joined apple in 1992 and was responsible for many of its biggest design projects.
From the iPod to the company spaceship compass, his focus will now shift to his own design firm love from which you will run with longtime collaborator Marc Newson, with Apple serving as one of its clients.
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