OGLE COUNTY, Ill. (WIFR) – On Nov. 3, 2020, after the polls closed, the Ogle County Clerk’s Office was contacted by an Election Judge who noticed the vote counts related to the 90th District Representative race appeared to be unusual.
Ogle County Clerk Laura Cook notified the Democratic and Republican Party Chairpersons who were present at the Ogle County Courthouse that evening and informed them that a potential problem with vote tabulation had been reported in regards to the 90th District Representative race, according to Cook.
“Since this issue was reported, the county clerk’s office has conducted and discovered that a programming error shifted the oval positions for the candidates in the 90th District Representative race,” Cook said. “The programming error was limited to
SINGAPORE — The abrupt suspension of Ant Group’s initial public offering has a greater immediate impact for Asia than the U.S. election result, according to the chief investment officer of Reyl Singapore, Daryl Liew.
That’s because it might represent a new global trend of tech companies coming under increased regulatory scrutiny, Liew told CNBC on Wednesday. As a result, investors may reevaluate the
Update: Skye is now available to play in Valorant with the launch of patch 1.11, which was delayed after it introduced several technical issues last week. You should be able to download the update now via the Riot client. It clocks in at about 1.2 GB.
Numerous other changes have been added along with the new agent, including balance tweaks for Breach, Cypher, and Killjoy, the implementation of Icebox into the Competitive map rotation, and a new left-handed option. Read on below for the full patch notes.
Update: Riot Games now has a new, stable version of Valorant patch 1.11 a few days after the update had to be rolled back due to technical issues. While the patch was originally due on Tuesday, it will now launch on 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET on Monday, November 2, first in the Americas. Other regions will follow.
Yesterday, developer CD Projekt Red once again delayed the hotly-anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 from its original November release date to December 10, 2020. It was the smallest of the multiple delays the game has seen so far, it’s caused an inflamed response from the internet nonetheless. According to Senior Game Designer Andrzej Zawadzki, already-overworked members of the team have begun receiving death threats.
Death threats and harassment of all stripes have been an endemic problem in the industry for years, triggered by all sorts of different parts of the development process. Zawadzki goes on to show some example of what he says are the milder messages developers have received. Having seen some of the more extreme examples of this sort of behavior elsewhere on the Internet, I can only guess at what some of the less mild examples look like.
The Hannaford supermarket chain said Wednesday that metal was detected in some of its pizza dough products as early as August, when a computer glitch prevented the company from initially responding to the issue “beyond store level.”
Hannaford — which has store locations in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and New York — provided an update Wednesday in a statement, one day after New Hampshire resident Nicholas R. Mitchell, 38, made his first court appearance on charges alleging he put razor blades in Portland Pie pizza dough packages that ended up on a Hannaford shelf in Saco, Maine.
“We are working closely with investigative authorities around the incidents involving malicious tampering of Portland Pie branded items,” the statement said. “We took comprehensive action to mitigate any potential harm to the public, broadening our recall well beyond the stores in scope of the tampering. We expanded