8点1氪:苹果回应微信关闭赞赏通知:所有开发者规则一致​;支付宝日本商铺数达4.5万,中国游客刷的多

苹果回应微信关闭赞赏通知:所有开发者规则一致针对微信关闭iOS版本赞赏功能,苹果公司向新浪科技发来了对此事的回应,称微信本可以选择App内购方式给公众号运营者。“微信可以选择提供 App 内购买让用户赞赏他们喜爱的公众号运营者,如同我们提供这一选择给所有的开发者一样,微信只需正确使用 App 内购买体系进行开发即可。”

Fargo Is Back to Tell Stories and Change Names – Geek.com

If, after two seasons of Fargo, you thought you knew what to expect from this show, last night’s season premiere showed you just how wrong you were. Yes, there was small-town murder, Minnesotan accents, and poorly covered tracks, but the show’s opening moments let us know to expect something a little different. We began in East Berlin, 1988: a good 22 years before the main story takes place.

The Best Food Apps for a Festive 4/20 – Geek.com

Let’s not beat around the kush. Recreational marijuana is legal in parts of the United States, not to mention the entire world. So we’re going to stop speaking in euphemisms. This April 20th, as is tradition, a lot of folks are going to get high. They’re going to use apps to find ways to get high. They’re going to read websites about getting high. They’re going to get high for medicinal reasons. And they’re going to explore new technology for getting high.

There's A Potato Chip Crisis in Japan, And It's Only Getting Worse – Geek.com

Potato chips. Who doesn’t love those crunchy, crispy, salty potato treats? Give me a bag of Lightly Salted Lay’s potato chips and a tub of Dean’s French Onion Dip, and I’m in hog heaven. That’s why a shortage of potato chips, like the one that’s happening in Japan right now, would hit me like a ton of bricks. That’s no joke. Japan is having a crisis with potato chips right now, and some bags are being sold as high as $14.