Monthly Archives: July 2020

Trump May Soon Order TikTok’s Sale, as Microsoft Circles

The short-video app is wildly popular with teens, but officials fear it could be a conduit for data to China, or for Beijing’s propaganda. Read the original post by Tom Simonite, Will Knight

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Tim Cook says Apple doesn’t acquire to stifle competition in new interview

Tim Cook says 75% of Apple Stores are now open globally. What you need to know CNBC interviewed Apple CEO Tim Cook after its Q3 earnings call. Cook […] Read the original post by Joe Wituschek

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For Big Tech, There’s No Winning This Round

Accountability is coming—not just because Congress had an impressive hearing this week, but because the confluence of crises now demand action. Read the original post by Noam Cohen

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What’s New in iOS 14 Maps: Cycling Directions, Guides, Refine Location and More

Apple often adds new features to its built-in apps with each iOS update, and iOS 14 is no exception. Many apps have important new features, […] Read the original post by Juli Clover

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COVID Nearby app delivers virus tracking and privacy

Another way to track and view cases of COVID-19 in your local area has arrived free on the App Store. COVID Nearby can be launched […] Read the original post by Frank Macey

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Apple Becomes World’s Most Valuable Company, Nears $2 Trillion Market Cap

Yesterday, Apple announced its financial results for the third quarter of the fiscal year 2020. The company defied the COVID-19 pandemic situation and posted strong […] Read the original post by Asif Shaik

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17-Year-Old Florida Teen Accused of Orchestrating Twitter Hack Arrested

Earlier this month, Twitter accounts like Apple, Elon Musk, Barack Obama, Bill Gates, and many others were compromised. The hacker asked followers to send Bitcoin, […] Read the original post by Mahit Huilgol

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17-Year Old Florida Teen Accused of Orchestrating Twitter Hack Arrested

Earlier this month, Twitter accounts like Apple, Elon Musk, Barack Obama, Bill Gates, and many others were compromised. The hacker asked followers to send Bitcoin, […] Read the original post by Mahit Huilgol

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Pokémon Go Fest attendees earned a week of Dragon type Pokémon

Here be Dragons! The first of the Ultra Unlock Bonuses is Dragon Week. Trainers around the globe were able to complete eight challenges, and now all […] Read the original post by Casian Holly

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How to take on Rayquaza in Pokémon Go

The Legendary Dragon and Flying type, Rayquaza is back! Rayquaza is coming back to Pokémon Go for the Ultra Unlock Bonus Week: Dragon Week. For the […] Read the original post by Casian Holly

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Quarterly Cloud Spending Blows Past $30B; Incremental Growth Continues

eWEEK CLOUD MARKET ANALYSIS: Amazon Web Services’ market share remained at its long-standing mark of around 33%, while Microsoft was at 18% for the third […] Read the original post by Rajesh Pandey

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Florida Teenager Arrested for Twitter Bitcoin Hack

A Florida teenager, who is accused of being the “mastermind” behind the July hacking of social media site Twitter, has been arrested, according to Tampa’s […] Read the original post by Juli Clover

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Three People Charged in Twitter Bitcoin Hack [Updated]

A Florida teenager, who is accused of being the “mastermind” behind the July hacking of social media site Twitter, has been arrested, according to Tampa’s […] Read the original post by Juli Clover

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What accessories do you need to get started with the Cricut Joy?

I’ve been loving getting to know my Cricut Joy, the little powerhouse that makes it easy to personalize your life with custom decals, labels, cards, […] Read the original post by Karen S Freeman

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Apple Silicon: What the transition from Intel means for developers

Software development for new ARM-based Macs has its own set of challenges and changes for developers. InfoWorld senior writer Serdar Yegulalp joins Juliet to discuss […] Read the original post by Juliet Beauchamp, Serdar Yegulalp

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