On the evening of 6 December the social network “Instagram” has failed. Users began to notice the distortion of pictures and videos viewed in the stories. Besides, bugs has touched almost all users, regardless of location. Apparently, the problem is on the side of the social network. Maybe we are talking about failures in the servers that was responsible for the user information that they sent to the network.
Photos and videos are downloaded directly to the injury.
They appear gray stripes, as in interference on the TV by rebooting the picture, they don’t disappear. The number of users who reported bugs on the forums is through the roof.
Why the failure occurred and how many people he touched, is still unknown.
Users assume that they could deny one of the servers. When the problem will eliminate, not yet reported. Let’s hope that the company just installed the update correctly.
Recall that Google has again decided to bury their own project. We are talking about Google Allo, which was to outshine all the messengers, and even Telegram and Viber. However, something went wrong, and the messenger ceased to generate income.
Earlier Znayu reported that the head of the company Xiaomi has confirmed that the market could soon be a fancy smartphone. It is reported that he received a whopping 48 MP camera. However, lenses will be at least three, given the specifications of the camera. In the network there were even photos, but it displays only a smartphone camera and number of pixels.
Znayu wrote that Microsoft began to develop a new version of Windows. Apparently, this is the Lite version of the OSes, so everyone will be able to install it on slower PCs. By the way, it will not just be a truncated version and full-fledged alternative, because it will create from scratch.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.