Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest What to do now if your iPhone's battery still won't make it through the day It's 2 p.m., and your phone is out of power. Apps and email pushes may be the problem. Here's how to extend battery life on iPhone and Android. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Nation's Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Jennifer Jolly, Special for USA Today Published 10:07 a.m. ET April 25, 2018 CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE Battery drain issues never seem to go away. You get a new smartphone, it seems awesome for a little while, and then before you know it, you’re back to barely making it through the day before it sputters to a stop. Is … [Read more...] about What to do now if your iPhone’s battery still won’t make it through the day
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DATA DU JOUR – DISapproval for handling of budget crisis, in new ABC News/WashPost poll: Republicans in Congress, 74% … Democrats in Congress, 61% … President Obama, 53%. Gary Langer writes for ABC: “[C]riticism of the GOP’s handling of the budget dispute has grown by 11 percentage points since just before the partial government shutdown began, from 63 to 70 and now 74 percent – clearly leaving the party with the lion’s share of blame. Indeed 54 percent now ‘strongly’ disapprove.” http://goo.gl/2TNjHH --WSJ A1, “Uneasy Investors Sell Billions in Treasurys,” by Min Zeng: “In the past two weeks, investors have sold mountains of short-term debt issued by the government. Banks have also reduced their holdings, trimming such debt by more than 50% over that period … Amid anxiety about near-term finances, yields on U.S. debt that comes due in one month have risen to levels higher than for similar securities … [Read more...] about 2 DAYS TO DEBT DEADLINE; SHUTDOWN DAY 15 — SENATE NEAR DEAL to postpone both cliffs to next year — HOUSE UNDER PRESSURE: ‘won’t be pretty’ — WILL REPUBLICANS BE LEFT with little but bad polls?
The top Republican presidential candidates faced off on foreign policy and domestic issues in Las Vegas, Nevada on December 15, 2015. CNN hosted the debate. WOLF BLITZER, MODERATOR: Welcome to the CNN-Facebook Republican presidential debate here at the Venetian Las Vegas. We have a very enthusiastic audience. Everyone is here. They're looking forward to a serious and spirited discussion about the security of this nation. I'm Wolf Blitzer, your moderator tonight. This debate is airing on CNN networks here in the United States and around the world, and on the Salem Radio Network. The nine leading candidates, they are here. Let's welcome them right now. Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky. (APPLAUSE) New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. (APPLAUSE) Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush. (APPLAUSE) Senator Ted Cruz of Texas. (APPLAUSE) Businessman and real estate developer Donald Trump. (APPLAUSE) Retired neurosurgeon, Dr. Ben Carson. (APPLAUSE) Senator Marco Rubio of Florida. (APPLAUSE) Former … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Transcript: Fifth Republican top-tier debate 2015
Sometimes failure carries a stiff price. If you're talking about BP, it means public contempt, investor rebellion and the increasing likely prospect of prosecution. If, however, you're talking about Apple (and by association, its carrier partner AT&T), another standard applies. For these folks, it's pass Go and collect, well, a lot more than $200. By now, you're likely familiar with the comedy of errors which attended the pre-ordering fiasco for the iPhone 4. After AT&T's servers failed on Tuesday to handle the crush of traffic, Apple cut things short as these two tech stalwarts got overwhelmed by the demand. To an outsider, it sure looked like amateur hour. How could they have been so unprepared? It looked even worse after reports circulated of glitches like credit cards getting charged multiple times and security lapses where customers could view other customer accounts too foul a mood. Any temporary embarrassment, notwithstanding, Jobs is still ooking at what is, perhaps, … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Why iPhone 4 Flub Won’t Dent Apple
The sometimes sad, often odd, occasionally amusing bits and pieces of life in York County, Pennsylvania tweeted while listening to York County Department of Emergency Services, 911 Communications from April 2010 to present while covering news for ydr.comThe 888 tweets almost never made the paper or a web update, but are still a micro slice of life.Originally posted to twitter @paulkuehnelJune 7#911call: For a neighbor throwing food into their poolJune 6 #911call: Police: a driver is arguing with police that turn signals are not required in the state of PennsylvaniaMay 23#911call: For two neighbor goats eating her flowers, ongoing problem. Description of goats: brown and whiteApril 10#911call: for a hollowed out cantaloupe that smells like kerosene on a baseball pitchers mound.April 4#911call: For a peacock that was in a tree, now on the groundMarch 28#911call: For side damage to an Alfa Romeo. Police: A what? 911: It's a classic car #badday for classic car … [Read more...] about Updated: Police scanner odd 911 calls
Developers loathe it. Console manufacturers aren’t crazy about it. But you, the gamer who can save a few bucks here and trade games with a good buddy there, loves it. And that’s why, despite a rumor mill that keeps churning with news of its demise, you can bet that the used video game industry will somehow wind up staying. We’re just a month away from June’s Electronics Entertainment Expo, better known as E3, a Los Angeles extravaganza where every major gaming outlet is represented, and the big three console powers — Microsoft, PlayStation and Nintendo — love to make big announcements. It’s entirely possible that we’ll finally get a clearer picture of the next generation of consoles, and there’s already been plenty of speculation about an Xbox 720 or PlayStation 4. The popular rumor is that the next generation of consoles will not play used games. Both consoles have been linked to reports that they’ll somehow lock out … [Read more...] about SYSTEM UPDATE: Why consoles won’t really lock out used games
The acting dean of the University of Louisville's Brandeis School of Law for five years was notified this week she won’t get the job permanently, but she has been offered a post as dean of the University of Mississippi School of Law.Susan Duncan gave faculty the news on Thursday that she has been eliminated as a candidate for the position.In an interview, Duncan said she was informed of the decision Tuesday by Acting Provost Dale Billingsley, whom she said didn’t cite any reasons for it.University spokesman John Karman said Billingsley couldn't comment on why Duncan was passed over because it is a personnel matter. However, in a statement, Billingsley said:“Many outstanding applicants expressed interest in the dean’s position...The search process is ongoing, and we hope to make an announcement of a new dean soon. We want to thank Interim Dean Susan Duncan for leading the law school for the past five years. Her hard work and dedication have laid an … [Read more...] about Acting U of L law school dean told she won’t get the job