Apple's new iPhone software is supposed to limit who your kid talks to, but a bug lets them get around it

Apple’s new iOS 13.3 software is supposed to have new parental controls, called “Communication Limits,” that let you limit who your children can text, FaceTime or call. But a bug lets them call, FaceTime and text with anyone.
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Most Popular Videos of 2019

In 2019, our most popular videos included Dean Nohria bidding farewell to graduating MBAs and welcome new ones, celebrating the inaugural first case study, stories from the New Venture Competition, and highlighting our amazing housekeeping staff who maintain the MBA chalkboards. You can watch these videos below. Be sure to check out all of the HBS videos on our YouTube channel.


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Ex-Apple engineers cook up cheaper, more powerful tech for self-driving cars, and Volkswagen is interested

Aeva’s third-generation chip draws on silicon photonics, a technology that’s previously been adopted in data center equipment, to power self-driving cars and advanced driver-assistance systems.
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