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Apple Creating Face Masks For Medical Personnel

Apple is turning its considerable resources and expertise to manufacturing face masks for medical personnel amid the ongoing crisis.

Facebook Launches Messenger App for macOS and Windows

Facebook has announced the release of a native Messenger app for both Windows and macOS.

T-Mobile and Sprint Complete Merger; John Legere Steps Down

It’s official: T-Mobile and Sprint have merged to create the New T-Mobile.

Zoom Removes Facebook SDK From iOS Client

The latest Zoom update removes the Facebook SDK responsible for the app sharing data with Facebook, even if a user did not have a Facebook account.

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2020 MacBook Air More Repairable Than Predecessor

iFixit has done another of their in-depth teardowns of a new computer and the results…

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Digital Transformation: The Conversation Has Shifted, Says ServiceNow CEO

We’re done with talking about if it is a good idea to digitally transform, says ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott. Now the conversation has shifted to how quickly can you get me there.

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Apple Safari Now Blocking All Third-Party Cookies

Apple’s Safari web browser joins the Tor browser as one of only two that fully block all third-party cookies.

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Mozilla Launches ‘Firefox Better Web with Scroll’ Test Pilot

Firefox has announced the launch of a new Test Pilot program, Better Web with Scroll, aimed at improving the web experience for both publishers and users.

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macOS Apps Included In Universal Purchase

Apple has announced that developers can now include macOS versions of their apps as part of a universal purchase.

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Apple AirPower May See the Light of Day After All

Apple may still release its AirPower wireless charging mat that was cancelled roughly a year ago.