6 million users had installed third-party Twitter clients

  1. 6 million users had installed third-party Twitter clients  TechCrunch
  2. Twitter Explains API Changes to Employees as Limits for Third-Party Apps Go Live  Mac Rumors
  3. Twitter ends support for legacy APIs, causes developer angst  ZDNet
  4. Twitter’s relationship with third-party apps is messy — but it’s not over  Mashable
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Twitter officially kills off key features in third-party apps

  1. Twitter officially kills off key features in third-party apps  The Verge
  2. Twitter kills third-party push notifications and auto timeline refresh (updated)  VentureBeat
  3. Twitter explains why it’s hurting Tweetbot and Twitterrific in internal email  9to5Mac
  4. Twitter company email addresses why it’s #BreakingMyTwitter  TechCrunch
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Third-party calling apps no longer work with Android 9.0 Pie

  1. Third-party calling apps no longer work with Android 9.0 Pie  Digital Trends
  2. Android Pie update OEM checklist: who’s in and who’s not  SlashGear
  3. These are the Motorola Phones Getting Android Pie Updates  Droid Life
  4. Google Issue Tracker -palvelun kautta – Issue Tracker – Google  Issue Tracker – Google
  5. Xiaomi Mi A2 is now in India, but should you wait for Nokia 6.1 Plus?  India Today
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Android 9 Pie puts an end to third-party call recording apps

  1. Android 9 Pie puts an end to third-party call recording apps  Android Police
  2. Android 9 Pie ditches call recording ‘support’, but rooting your phone will fix the ‘problem’  Phone Arena
  3. Android Pie Brings Adaptive Battery, Neural Networks API 1.1 and More  InfoQ.com
  4. Google Issue Tracker – Issue Tracker – Google  Issue Tracker – Google
  5. Xiaomi Mi A2 is now in India, but should you wait for Nokia 6.1 Plus?  India Today
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North, South Korea agree on third summit to be held in Pyongyang

North, South Korea agree on third summit to be held in PyongyangNorth Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in met in April and May at the border truce village of Panmunjom, within the demilitarized zone (DMZ) that separates the two Koreas, and agreed that the next summit in autumn would be held in the North Korean capital. The two Koreas held a fresh round of talks at the DMZ on Monday to discuss the third summit, led by the South’s Unification Minister Cho Myoung-gyon and Ri Son Gwon, chairman of the North’s reunification committee.


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Koreas hold high-level talks on third leaders' summit

Koreas hold high-level talks on third leaders' summitThe two Koreas opened high-level talks Monday to prepare for a possible summit in Pyongyang between the South’s President Moon Jae-in and the North’s leader Kim Jong Un, as the diplomatic thaw on the peninsula builds. The exact date and location of what would be their third meeting have yet to be decided, but at their historic first summit in Panmunjom in April they agreed Moon would visit Kim in the North Korean capital during the autumn. Monday’s high-level talks, taking place on the northern side of the truce village in the Demilitarized Zone, were proposed by the North last week as it lashed out at Washington for pushing ahead with sanctions.


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