Apple acknowledges keyboard issue, FTC shuts down robocall companies
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Apple has acknowledged that some Macbook owners are having trouble with the company's latest butterfly keyboard, but made it a point to say that most customers are not.
They even said sorry in a statement to CNet.
Apple says customers who are experiencing the issue, contact Apple Care Apple's knocked out keyboards that have had issues over the last few years.
Some of which have resulted in lawsuits.
The F-T-C has shut down four groups responsible for billions of illegal robo calls, reaching settlements with all parties.
The companies were charged with violating the F-T-C Act as well as Do Not Call Provision.
Fines imposed on the companies and their owners range from $500,000 to $3,000,000.
Finally, Spotify is taking playlist algorithms to the next level, further personalizing playlists based of more of a listeners specific taste.
The company says no two playlist will be the same for this type of future.
Hoping that level of detail results in more users staying tuned in to their personalized mix.
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