Hashtag Trending – MacBook Air dead? Hey, hey, hey; Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Apple might be killing the MacBook Air. Everybody really should have known that Bitconnect wasn’t going to work out well. And finally, the answer to a long-held mystery of Google Calendar.

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Trending on Facebook, is Apple planning to kill the MacBook Air? This rumour is based on a supply chain report for LCD panels that Apple will supposedly be using on a new entry-level, 13-inch MacBook released in the second half of the year. The MacBook Air was introduced in 2008 and it set a new standard for expectations around laptop design and thickness. But ever since then, the MacBook Pro has been trimming down its size. It’s now harder to tell the difference between the two. So it could make sense for Apple to drop the ‘Air’ brand altogether and just focus on the fact that all of its laptops are just about as thin as silicon wafers allow.

From Youtube, How to lose your life’s savings with Cryptocurrency. In this video, our hosts from H3H Productions slice into a cryptocurrency trading company known as bitconnect. The company makes a very far-fetched claim that it can guarantee a 1% return on your investment every day – every day! Of course, it hasn’t worked out that way, and Bitconnect announced it will be closing down operations, leaving investors concerned about getting their money back. But the best part of the video is just how ridiculous this guy Carlos is when he’s on stage at this Bitconnect conference.

Popular on Quora, Why is ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ an example in Google Calendar? You can see this when you create a new event. The answer, from Michael Bolin, who was on the team that launched Google Calendar – it was cute. It also teaches you how to use the free-text entry to create an event. He’s never even seen the movie.

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