Apple to fix iPhone X screen issue, Twitter expands character limit
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Complaints surfaced online saying that iPhone X screens become unresponsive in cold environments.
Apple has acknowledged the problem and explained the issue occurs when iPhone X devices face a rapid change in temperature.
The company says the issue will be fixed with an upcoming software update.
Twitter announced a new 280 character limit for most languages.
The company says your timeline experience should not substantially change and you'll see about the same amount of tweets in your timeline.
Tweets written in Japanese, Korean, and Chinese will retain the older 140 character limit.
Twitter says those languages can express about double the amount of information in one character, compared to other languages.
Chip maker, Broadcom, has made an offer to buy Qualcomm at a deal valued at 100 $130B.
Qualcomm is probably best known for making processors found in mobile phones and licensing out its wireless networking patents.
The offer was unsolicited and Qualcomm says it will assess the proposal.
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