The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a recall for the Canon PowerShot SX50 HS, touting that consumers who happen to own this particular digital camera which is not two years old ought to stop using this particular shooter unless otherwise instructed. Apart from that, do bear in mind that it is also illegal to resell, or to make an attempt to resell a recalled consumer product. Apparently, the Canon PowerShot SX50 HS digital camera happens to have a chemical which is used in the rubber part of the viewfinders on the camera, that might result in skin or eye irritation, and could also be the cause of an allergic reaction to the user.
It is well known by now that Windows Phone 8.1 will arrive with what they call an “Action Center”, which is a centralized notification center set to grace Microsoft’s mobile operating system. Apparently, the Action Center will pave the way to depict up to 20 notifications per app. This particular functionality that remains specific to the Action Center has allegedly been discovered via a bunch of different APIs. The report itself did mention that users can check out up to 20 notifications from a single app. Apart from that, when it comes to persistent notifications, those are visible for up to 7 days. In fact, a user is able to take the route of tapping to open the app, which in turn will send the notification, dismiss a single notification, or a group of notifications.