We have read about how the latest Great Jedi Purge – nay, the Instagram purge, has resulted in celebrities as well as users actually lose their fair number of followers, as fake accounts are weeded out in order to provide a better reflection of what’s going on in reality. This means it is not worth trying to prop up your Instagram account by coming up with fake accounts – although a New Jersey District Judge William Martini has ruled that the police are able to do so. In fact, the police will not need to get a warrant before they open a fake Instagram account.
If you happen to be a Verizon subscriber and are rocking to the LG G Pad 8.3, then you would be pleased as punch to hear that an update has just been released by the mobile carrier – although this happens to be a minor update. This particular update would remove support for the Redbox Instant app (which some would welcome with open arms, of course). The Redbox Instant app happens to be a streaming video service, which was a joint venture between Verizon and Redbox, and the partnership shut down in October this year on a permanent basis. After installing this minor update, the LG G Pad 8.3 will be able to support 4G LTE roaming in selected markets, while there were other issues that users had grappled with where powering up the device is concerned, is now a thing of the past.