Apple Acknowledges FaceTime Bug, PG&E Files for Bankruptcy and NFL History Will be Made at the Super Bowl

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  • A bug found in iPhone FaceTime allows you to hear the audio of the person you're calling before they pick up or reject the call. Apple has since acknowledged the breach and will release an update later this week to address the issue. In the meantime they have taken Group FaceTime offline.
  • Pacific Gas & Electric Corp., the nation's biggest utility, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Tuesday in hopes to relieve itself of some of the billions of dollars in damages it could face as a result of California's devastating wildfires.The Chapter 11 filing allows PG&E to continue operating while it puts its finances in order.
  • And finally, history will be made this Sunday. Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies will be the first male cheerleaders at the Super Bowl. They will be on the sidelines cheering on the Los Angeles Rams as they take on the New England Patriots. Go Rams!

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