Instagram co-founders resign, early iPhone XS sales show Max the winner
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CEO Kevin Systrom and CTO Mike Krieger the co-founders of Instagram are leaving parent company Facebook.
Their resignations come during a time of heightened tension surrounding social media in general although there is no evidence this is the cause of the departure.
Facebook bought Instagram for $1 billion six years ago.
Demand for the iPhone XS MAX is crushing the standard XS in early sales figures according to prolific Apple analyst, Ming Chi Coo.
In fact, it's outselling the smaller XS by a rate of nearly three to four times.
Additionally, the 250 gigabyte storage option seems to be the most popular variety as well.
And finally, Mozilla has launched a service called Firefox Monitor that will check if your personal data has been compromised by the increasing number of data breaches plaguing online retail You can also use the servers to sign up for future hacks.
In case something nefarious were to happen to your info down the road.
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