Huawei's Android replacing OS, Ninja disgusted with Twitch
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The uber popular Fortnite streamer Tyler Ninja Blevins has taken aim at Twitch for promoting porn on his old channel.
After defecting to rival streaming service, Mixer, earlier this month on an exclusive deal, Ninja's Twitch account has been dormant However, twitched used ninjas wildly popular channel with around 14 and a half million subscribers to promote other twitch channels inadvertently including one that was streaming pornography.
Ninja took to Twitter to apologize for the content and shortly after twitch reverted his channel to an offline page.
Bookworms rejoice for the works of JD Salinger going digital.
According to a report by the New York Times.
From Tuesday July 13, Salinger small collection of novels will be available as Ebooks.
Salinger who penned the literary classic and high school English lesson mainstay, The Catcher in the Rye was famously reclusive and private Publish a little brand will get challenges work online with unpublished works to be released over the coming years.
And finally, Chinese phone giant Huawei has unveiled its own operating system dubbed harmony OS CEO of Huawei.
Richard, you showed off the new Android replacement OS at the worldwide Developer Conference on Friday.
You said the OS which has been in development since 2012.
was ready to run on phones if the company can no longer use Android, but Huawei will hold off using it for the consideration of partnership and ecosystem.
US President Donald Trump blacklisted Huawei in May, effectively banning them from buying products or services.
Offices in the US.
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