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It's all but over for Microsoft's mobile operating system Windows mobile, which only makes up about 1.3% of the market.
The company announced that it's no longer a focus for Microsoft at it has had an uphill battle out of the gate having to compete with mobile OS mainstays like Android and IOS.
Those still running Windows Mobile will continue to get updates and security patches.
An internal Google investigation has found that Russian operatives spend tens of thousands of dollars on YouTube and Gmail ads in an attempt to influence the 2016 presidential election.
Google's ad network is one of the many networks targeted by Russian hackers last year, and representatives from Facebook and Twitter will join Google to testify in front of congress On November first.
And finally, MacRumors is reporting that the new iPad Pro models will likely come with TrueDepth cameras to support face ID, though the new camera technology is only likely to arrive in the pro and not the regular iPad models.
Analysts believe the new update to iPad Pros could come as early as the first half of 2018.
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