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Let’s take a tour of this year’s biggest technologies that have left a mark on this planet. One of the major phenomena happened in 2016 was the explosion of Samsung smartphones, following the Pebbles smartwatches come to an end and the unforgettable moment when GoPro drones dropped out of the air.
Millions of people went crazy over Pokemon Go, Facebook got ripped off by fake news controversies, Yahoo unexpectedly though revealed several mega-breaches, identified the supposed creator of Bitcoin – who then went to AWOL.
In spite of the fact that these are the stories which kind of moved the entire planet, if they had happened at the same time, most readable stories were none that have been mention above. What it means is based on the number of clicks, above stories didn’t make the most readable one’s last month.
January: When spying is open
Company employers can track the chats sent by the employees and a Romanian company also successfully argued that it was under their rights to read the chats sent by one of his staffs through Yahoo Messenger.
February: Unlock iPhone
Syed RizwanFarook and his wife Tashfeen Malik had killed 14 people in California and later on they killed themselves. Farook used 5C which was password protected which FBI feared that if they guess the wrong pass then the device might self-destroy. So, FBI asked Apple to help opening up that device so that they can get the information but Apple refused to give that bypass saying it would set a dangerous precedent.
March: Stealing at Amazon
Apparently the staffs of Amazon’s warehouse in US have been stealing things which was reported by the bosses after started to screen videos in there.
April: Google’s Created April Fool
On the 1st April to celebrate April Fool’s Day, Google wanted to do something very funny and unique for a fact by adding one extra button its Gmail app. But sadly a Bug killed all the fun for which even if anyone had hit Send in Gmail a GIF had been attached.
May: Windows 10
The cross button on the pop up’s right sight doesn’t work properly rather it triggers the update which obviously no one wanted to happen.
June: Glass Bridge
China invited Dan Simmons to visit the glass bridge which is right now world’s highest and longest glass bridge. To test it thoroughly he even used a hammer and gave it couple of shot against the glasses but is just shattered but didn’t break apart.
July: Self-Driven Tesla
Former Navy Seal died when Tesla model S failed to recognize the tractor trailer and ploughed into it. For this the critics are not excepting any of the debates Tesla is trying to throw.
August: Flaws in Android Software
There were flaws in software used on Android devices powered by Qualcomm chips, which could be exploited to reveal their user’s data. But by September Google fixed that issue.
September: No Headphone Jack
To make it more water resistant, Apple decided to remove the jack from the headphones of iPhone 7.
October: Well Done with Snapchat
Sasha, the former USA President Obama’s daughter, had secretly posted Obama giving lecture, on Snapchat and other social medias which Obama had revealed it on TV. Not only that the reaction of boredom by Sasha was also there as well.
November: Apple Dongle
Apple offered a discount on connector adaptors following criticism that its latest laptops lacked legacy ports.
December: Back to Nokia
HMD Global has taken the charge of making round shaped Nokia phones not the Finnish firm with the same features that even this century people will want to buy.
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