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SOURCE: www.lailasblog.com/Controversial actress, Tonto Dikeh is celebrating her son, King Andre’s 17th month today. She posted an adorable video of herself playing with him and also said a powerful prayer for him. She wrote;“GLORY HALLELUJAH MY JUICYMAN IS 17months OLD TODAY..I have been blessed with this Angel on earth,Lord you are worthy..Today I give thanks for His life,for the Light he has brought to our Lives,For the joy and grace he has brought into my family..KING I SPEAK UNMERITED FAVOR,DIVINE GRACE ND HEALTH FORTH INTO YOUR LIFE,WHERE OTHERS FAIL YOU SHALL SUCCEED,WHERE OTHERS SAY THERE IS A CASTING DOWN YOU WILL HAVE A LIFTING,NO DOOR SHALL BE CLOSED TO YOU..I COVER YOU AND EVERYTHING THAT HAS YOUR NAME ON IT WITH THE BLOOD OF JESUS..NO WEAPON FORMED AGAINST YOU WILL PROSPE
SOURCE: www.lailasblog.com/Ashley Murrell, the widow whose husband, Mikey, died after she banished him to the sofa for coming home late, only to discover few days later that he was working so many extra hours so he could take her to Prague for their anniversary on July 3, has revealed that she’s now in a ‘fake’ relationship with her husband’s brother for the sake of her kids.According to Ashley, the photo she took with her husband’s brother Chris which she also posted on social media, has gotten her death threats.She told MailOnline that her relationship with Chris isn’t real, as she claimed they were only giving the impression they are a couple for the stability of her three children.They are used to having their dad around so it is nice and so important for them to have a male figur
SOURCE: www.lailasblog.com/33 year old fitness model Sarah stage, who’s six month pregnant with her second child have shared a new photo showing off her ‘invisible’ bump.Sarah get lots of criticism online saying she photoshops her photo. When asked how she feels about people criticizing her online, she said that:“Of course comments about endangering my baby can be hurtful, but I also understand that social media has always been full of internet trolls so it’s nothing new. I think because I also post without videos, I don’t really see many comments about Photoshop.”“As for working out while pregnant, every expecting mother should definitely check with their doctor before doing any workout because everyone has their own limit,” “My doctor says it perfectly fine for me to continue to exe
SOURCE:macrumors.comApple's stock price has declined around 9 percent from its all-time high of $156.10 in May, but Wall Street analyst Brian White believes the recent sell-off represents "yet another buying opportunity" as investors turn their focus to the so-called "iPhone 8" rumored to launch this fall. White believes Apple remains "among the most underappreciated stocks in the world," according to his research note distributed to clients today. A copy of the report was obtained by MacRumors.In our view, Apple's quarterly results will be less important this summer as investors are focused on the iPhone 8 this fall, along with the company's raised capital distribution initiative, depressed valuation and new innovations as showcased at WWDC. We still believe Apple remains among the m...
SOURCE:macrumors.comAmazon is offering Prime members who have yet to try its Music Unlimited streaming service a steep discount in the run-up to the company's Prime Day on July 11. Prime subscribers can currently sign up for four months for a total cost of $0.99 (or 99p in the U.K.), with the service reverting to its usual price of $7.99 (£7.99) per month thereafter. The non-Prime price for the service is $9.99 (£9.99) per month. Amazon Music Unlimited launched last year to compete with the likes of Apple Music, Spotify, and Google Play Music. Its music catalog of "tens of millions of songs" makes the service distinct from the company's Prime-only music library, which offers access to "over a million songs". A standard Prime subscription costs $99 (£79) annually. The four-month disc
SOURCE:macrumors.comNearly 21 percent of current Windows laptop owners and 25 percent of current Windows desktop owners intend to switch to a Mac within the next six months, according to a recent survey conducted by market research firm Verto Analytics. Verto Analytics told MacRumors the survey is based on 6,000 current Windows PC owners age 18 and older in the United States. Of the respondents, those with an average annual income of $150,000 or more showed the highest likelihood of switching to a Mac. By comparison, the research firm said at least 98 percent of current Mac owners surveyed intend to stick with Mac as their next computer. In other words, only 2 percent of current Mac users surveyed are planning to switch to another computer brand, be it running Windows or another oper...
SOURCE:techcrunch.comSteven Aquino ContributorSteven Aquino is a freelance tech writer and iOS accessibility expert. More posts by this contributor:Cover Apple for a while and you start to notice a general cadence to the company’s behavior and strategy. To name one example, consider the last several macOS releases. In 2009, , Apple announced Snow Leopard, which famously eschewed new features for what the company described as “hundreds of refinements [and] new core technologies.” Snow Leopard subsequently set off a trend in which every other version of macOS (née Mac OS X) to date aspired to reach similar goals. Lion begot Mountain Lion. Yosemite begot El Capitan. Now Apple’s doing it yet again: Sierra has begotten High Sierra.
SOURCE:techcrunch.comChris Lattner has built a solid reputation after working for 11 years at Apple on low-level software technologies. In particular, he developed Apple’s most recent programming language, Swift. In January, Tesla announced that it had recruited Lattner as VP of Autopilot Software. Six months later, he announced on Twitter that he was leaving the car company. “Turns out that Tesla isn’t a good fit for me after all,” he said. Lattner doesn’t have a new job in mind just yet.Turns out that Tesla isn't a good fit for me after all. I'm interested to hear about interesting roles for a seasoned engineering leader! — Chris Lattner (@clattner_llvm) June 21, 2017My resume is easy to find online. 7 years of Swift experience 👍 — Chris Lattner (@clattner_llvm) June 2
SOURCE:macrumors.comSwift creator Chris Lattner, who left Apple to become vice president of Tesla's autopilot program, has parted ways with the electric car maker after just six months in the job. "Chris just wasn't the right fit for Tesla, and we've decided to make a change," Tesla said Tuesday, according to The Wall Street Journal. Lattner followed Tesla's statement with a post on his Twitter account announcing his interest in available roles for a "seasoned engineering leader". The parting of ways will come as a surprise to some observers, given Lattner's previous standing at Apple and his stated enthusiasm for a new challenge. Back in January, Lattner told MacRumors how much he loved writing code at Apple, and that leaving had been a "very difficult decision" but ultimately he was...