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The text of the alert, which soon disappears
The text of the alert, which soon disappears

The NHS Covid-19 app has been updated to fix an issue with confusing alerts that pop up suggesting exposure to the virus and then disappear.

Users have complained that the notifications are scary and confusing.

In fact, the messages are a default privacy notification from either Apple or Google, which provide the underlying contact-tracing technology.

The alerts will still appear, but now a follow-up message from the government will tell people to ignore them.

NHS Covid-19 is targeted at users living in England and Wales.

Among other functions, the software is designed to warn users if they have recently been in close proximity to someone later diagnosed with the virus for long enough for there to be a high risk of contagion. If this is the case, it instructs the handset owner to go into self-isolation.

Scotland and Northern Ireland have apps

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Samsung One UI 3.0 will almost certainly be available on the Note 20 series.

Update: October 7, 2020 (6:20 AM ET): Some Samsung users in the US have received the One UI 3.0 public beta update through the Samsung Members app. We’ve updated the original article below with the latest information.


Original article: September 15, 2020 (3:15 AM ET): Samsung announced a One UI 3.0 developer beta based on Android 11 last month, available on the Galaxy S20 series. We didn’t hear about any particular features or changelog at the time, but we’ve finally got a comprehensive list of additions and tweaks.

One UI 3.0 features

Twitter user Samsung Rydah (h/t: XDA-Developers) posted a One UI 3.0 changelog earlier today, and it’s an extremely comprehensive list. Check out the list below.

Home screen

  • Touch and hold an app to add an associated widget.
  • Turn the screen off by double-tapping on an empty area of the home screen (settings > advanced features >
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Apple appears to have pulled the latest macOS Mojave Security Update (2020-005), which was released on September 24 alongside the macOS Catalina 10.15.7 update. Apple has also removed Safari 14 for macOS Mojave from download.


Both the Mojave Security Update and the Safari 14 update were causing numerous problems for those still running macOS Mojave, as outlined by Mr. Macintosh.

macOS Mojave users who installed the updates have been noticing memory issues, slow boot times and Finder stalling, numerous system.log entires, and crashes when attempting to use Migration assistant, among other problems. Complaints about the update started shortly after it was released, but Apple did not pull the updates until yesterday.

Those who had already downloaded the Mojave Security Update or installed Safari 14 should soon be getting a fix in the form of updated software that addresses the bugs that were introduced. Reverting to a Time Machine backup, reinstalling

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PCT LTD (OTC Pink: “PCTL”) held their Shareholder Conference Call yesterday, September 29, 2020 and provide the following statement about the Company’s activities in the United Kingdom and in the oil & gas industry.

PCTL received orders and a cash deposit from its U.K. partner, Paradigm Convergence Technologies (Europe) LTD. One of the provisions in our agreement requires a 50% cash deposit, which we have received.

PCTL President and CEO, Gary Grieco, commented, “We have all been deeply involved in putting together a launch in the U.K. Now, we have orders to provide equipment for the hospitals and equipment to provide volumes of fluids for the commercial markets in Europe. Growing this business is a priority and we’ve been advised by our U.K. partner to expect additional PO’s in the very near term.”

Several investors have asked for clarification regarding the oil and gas industry statements made during yesterday’s shareholder

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It’s easy to waste hours every day on thinking about the right mix of SEO tactics that will benefit your company.

Since a one-size-fits-all approach, while planning a Website SEO strategy is not going to be helpful, how do you tackle this issue?

Plus, With over so many Google SEO ranking factors to consider from, how do you prioritize which factors are important?

Or what key aspect of SEO should you focus on? Or better yet, how do you make sure, that you get them right every single time?

It’s a lot to juggle, to say the least. So, what can you do? Well, here’s the deal:

To help you sort out this problem, we have put together a checklist of 110+ actionable On-page SEO & Off-page SEO techniques along with our most popular WordPress Checklist that we follow for our clients, which if incorporated correctly, can get your site … Read More

What is Technical SEO? (Updated for 2020)

May 5, 2020 | seo | No Comments

Technical SEO refers to website and server optimizations that help search engine spiders crawl and index your site more effectively (to help improve organic rankings).

Technical SEO Checklist

Search engines give preferential treatment in search results to websites that display certain technical characteristics —  for example a secure connection, a responsive design or a fast loading time — and technical SEO is the work you need to do to ensure your website does so.

Below you’ll find a checklist of important steps you can take to ensure your technical SEO is up to scratch. By following these guidelines, you can help to ensure that the security and structure of your site meets the expectation of search engine algorithms, and is rewarded in search results accordingly.

1. Use SSL.

Secure Sockets Layer – SSL – is a security technology which creates an encrypted link between a web server and a browser.

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Technology Has Changed How We Live In and Outside of Our Homes

How Does the Internet of Things Work With Home Devices?

All of the technology mentioned above has been made possible because of the Internet. New websites, platforms, and applications will continue to revolutionize the way we live our lives. However, the latest Internet technology isn’t always accessible on screens, and it’s called the Internet of Things (IoT). The Internet of Things allows everyday objects to be synced up to the Internet through Wi-Fi. This synching makes their usual functions accessible remotely and automated through data available on the world wide web. It may sound complicated, but it’s the same technology we’ve been using for years, just now accessible through different objects.

The Internet of Things can help to significantly improve aging in place and at-home safety, especially for seniors living with conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, and

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