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glitch

(glɪtʃ)
n. a defect; a bug. There is a glitch in the computer program somewhere.
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Bug Bytes," which debuts in the magazine's May issue, informs readers of major software application bugs and hardware glitches.
Money glitches in GTA Online have been a vital instrument where players could make easy money by exploiting these glitches in the game.
Detecting a large number of strong pulsar glitches makes it possible to learn more about the inner structure of these compact celestial bodies," said Lucas Guillemot from the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Bonn, the second author of the study.
Software solutions, such as RestoreIT that enable users to go back in time and recover data are becoming a requirement to resolve multiple issues that range from security attacks to software installation glitches.
GTA Online glitches help the player in the game and it is the most appreciated when compared with other games.
Martinez said any undertaking as large as an election - Tuesday's had 1,930 polling places and 8,000 poll workers - is bound to have a few glitches.
Furthermore, technology development groups can embed tests into Actix software to check for network glitches, turning tasks that once took two to three man weeks into two to three man hours and allowing them to stabilize the network to the point where they can hand off network performance to their operational colleagues.
1, officially released only last week, has been getting bad press because of glitches suffered by users.
N R Narayana Murthy, mentor of Infosys, said that despite the glitches he was positive that online examinations were there to stay.
More than 15,000 people in Los Angeles County have already marked their ballots without fear of hanging chads or last-minute poll glitches.
Signal integrity analysis identifies signal distortions that affect timing and functionality, such as the ones due to cross talk, IR drop, and glitches.
All across the San Fernando Valley on Tuesday, precinct workers and voters overcame minor glitches to cast their votes in a mayoral turnout expected at 35 percent - the largest since 1993.
Finally, these newer tools use sophisticated models to analyze noise waveform propagation to determine whether an injected glitch attenuates as it fans out or whether it combines with other glitches to form more significant waveforms.
Surely the nation deserves a process that is easy to understand, simple to use and relatively free of glitches, abuses and human error - a system where everybody's vote counts and gets counted.
This information gives companies the ability to understand their site's data collection, use, and potential sharing practices, which then help them avoid privacy glitches.