Actor Jim Carrey dumped his Facebook stock at exactly the right time (FB)

The actor Jim Carrey tweeted on February 6 that he was dumping his Facebook shares because the company profited from Russian interference in US elections. Facebook shares have fallen 14% after news surfaced that Cambridge Analytica accessed data of more than 50 million users without their permission. Follow Facebook’s stock in real time here. The actor Jim Carrey dumped his Facebook shares at exactly the right time. “I’m dumping my @facebook stock and deleting my page because @facebook profited from Russian interference in our elections and they’re still not doing enough to stop it,” Carrey tweeted on February 6. “I encourage all other investors who care about our future to… Read More

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PUBG February 21 Update: How to Fix Frame Rate Stutter

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds newest update has arrived that aims to squash some bugs, adjust some minor mechanics, and introduce two new loot crates. However, the sixth update for the 1.0 version of PUBG also came with an unexpected problem. Upon its release waves of players reported extreme frame rate dips and stuttering. This happened to me as well with my pre-update version reaching 120 fps and my post update version dropping down to 40 fps. For many, this makes the game borderline unplayable and is extremely concerning given how important every second is in PUBG. PC players, we are aware that some players are experiencing intermittent stuttering during a match. Our… Read More

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Google Drive now lets you easily comment on Microsoft Office files, PDFs and images

Google is launching an update to Google Drive today that will make it easier for teams and agencies to use a mix of G Suite and Microsoft Office while working with their colleagues and customers. With this update, Google Drive users can now easily comment on Office files, PDFs and images in the Drive preview pane without having to use (and potentially pay for) tools like Microsoft Office or… Read More …read more Source:: TechCrunch

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