Monthly Archives: October 2019

Zuckerberg’s View of Speech on Facebook Is Stuck in 2004

Facebook’s flaws are apparent, but the CEO’s reluctance to police speech shows he stills sees it as a place that connects people and makes the […] Read the original post by Fred Vogelstein

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Your Brain Cleans Itself, This Jet Lands Itself, and More News

Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less. Read the original post by Alex Baker-Whitcomb

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HomePod update opens Siri Shortcuts to all

With iOS 13.2 released this week and the iOS 13.2.1 update for HomePod following soon after, Apple has added multi-user voice recognition support for their […] Read the original post by Matthew Cassinelli

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The president’s cybersecurity advisor locked himself out of his iPhone

Even people in powerful security positions forget their password every once in a while. NBC News is reporting that shortly after Rudy Giuliani was named Donald […] Read the original post by Lory Gil

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Capturing the Reality TV Drama of a Divided Congress

As the House of Representatives voted to start an official impeachment inquiry, one photograph caught the excitement at its peak. Read the original post by Jason Parham

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Here’s how to get the best stuff in Luigi’s Mansion 3

Want to find a bunch of money and take ghosts down quickly? Here are a few pointers to help. At its core, Luigi’s Mansion 3 is […] Read the original post by Rebecca Spear

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The Mac Pro will come with new, multicolored Magic accessories

Mac Pro accessories are getting a new paint job. What you need to know Magic accessories for the Mac Pro will come in new color combinations The Magic […] Read the original post by Joe Wituschek

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Is it possible to recover the correspondence in Matsapa on the IPhone

Download the app “Whatsup” on the phone or computer, you can chat with users absolutely free. This uses only the Internet traffic. But what if […] Read the original post by Mark

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Version macOS 10.15.1 “banned” Twitter to take some letters in passwords

Because of a bug in macOS 10.15.1 Catalina desktop version of Twitter stopped to take some of the characters in a field for a password. […] Read the original post by Mark

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Lawyer trump forgot the password from my iPhone

American NBC News website reports that the lawyer of the President of the United States Donald trump forgot the password from my iPhone and had […] Read the original post by Mark

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Pokémon Go Announces Cobalion as next Legendary Raid Boss

What you need to know One hour after an enigmatic tweet suggested the Swords of Justice were coming to Pokémon Go, Cobalion was named as the […] Read the original post by Casian Holly

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Apple Is Offering Magic Accessories in Silver and Black with Mac Pro

Apple’s latest Mac Pro is yet to ship and a new image showing off the accessory has been leaked.  The image in question is of […] Read the original post by Mahit Huilgol

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Apple Is Offering Magic Keyboard and Mouse in Silver and Black with Mac Pro

Apple’s latest Mac Pro is yet to ship and a new image showing off the accessory has been leaked.  The image in question is of […] Read the original post by Mahit Huilgol

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Should you get Apple Arcade or GameClub? Honestly, why not both?

Apple Arcade and GameClub may look similar on the surface, but one focuses on new games and the other on classics. You could settle for […] Read the original post by Christine Chan

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Apple TV+ premiere, OS update problems, and more

Apple TV+ is almost here! The misadventures of Apple’s OS updates! That and more are in this episode of the Macworld Podcast. This is episode 674 […] Read the original post by Leif Johnson, Roman Loyola, Michael Simon

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