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Nestle Issues Voluntary Recall On Its Nesquik Chocolate Powder

Nestle Nesquik lovers need to check their recently bought Nesquik Chocolate Powder to ensure they don’t have one of the few recalled products. According to Nestle USA, a voluntary recall is being down for limited amounts of the Nesquik Chocolate Powder, which is mixed with milk, over possible salmonella contamination. The recall came after Nestle’s […]

November 12th, 2012 | Posted in New | Read More »

Twitter Accidentally Resets Too Many Account Passwords

Some folks who logged into Twitter Nov. 8 found that their passwords had been reset due to concerns that their accounts were possibly hacked. According to the San Francisco-based website, it was an accident that the security precaution was applied to more users than originally intended. Not releasing the number of accounts affected, Twitter said […]

November 12th, 2012 | Posted in New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

AT&T Will Pay $700,00 Fine and Issue Refunds

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has ordered AT&T, Inc. to pay a $700,000 fine and send its customers, who were overcharged on their smartphone plans, refunds. The FCC investigated the company after it received numerous complaints about the U.S. wireless carrier switching users to its more expensive monthly subscriptions without their knowledge or consent. The […]

November 7th, 2012 | Posted in Business,New | Read More »

Microsoft To Drop Windows Instant Messenger In 2013

Say ta-ta to long iconic instant messaging chat tool Windows Live Messenger. Microsoft is set to retire it come 2013 and encourages its users to use the voice-over Internet Protocol Skype. According to Microsoft’s President of Skype Division Tony Bates, the two software programs are joining together. Messenger will retire in every country of the […]

November 7th, 2012 | Posted in Business,New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

State Lawmakers Ask Federal Lawmakers To Pick Up Full Superstorm Sandy Tab

Lawmakers in states hit hard by Superstorm Sandy are demanding that the federal government pick the tab up, not just for the emergency power and public transportation but for the public infrastructure as well. New York Democratic Sen. Charles E. Schumer said the disaster wasn’t isolated to just New York, New Jersey or Connecticut; but […]

November 2nd, 2012 | Posted in New | Read More »

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