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need an account)
If you want to use Zoom to video chat with friends
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Verizon pulls 2020 revenue view as lockdowns result
in wireless subscriber loss
- In Q1 2020, Verizon’s earned $1.26 per
share, above analysts’ average estimate of $1.22.
- Total operating revenue for the wireless
carrier fell 1.6% to $31.6 billion from a year earlier.
- Verizon pulled its full-year revenue
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iPhone SE outclasses all Android phones thanks to
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Performance on a budget arrives just in time for
buyers spooked by the pandemic.
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skills to use by creating open source solutions to assist the
Ultraviolet light can be used against coronavirus —
just not in the way Trump imagines (just be careful with the UV
Fake News: Many Twitter 'Debates' are Actually Bots
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Facebook ads, conspiracy theorists pushed bleach
consumption and UV ray cures
UV rays or disinfectants as treatments have been
rejected by health and science communities — and embraced by
conspiracy theorists and extreme alternative medicine communities.
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This random message notification will cause your
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CNN, People Magazine and CNBC News sites faked to
promote phony pandemic survival book
Xbox Series X can load ‘Gears 5’ four times faster
than Xbox One
- Xbox Series X can load Gears 5 four times
faster than the Xbox One, says developer.
- This was achieved without making any code
changes, which implies that the Xbox Series X will be able to load
games even faster when developers start optimizing their games for
the next-gen console.
- Xbox head Phil Spencer says next-gen games
will finally be revealed soon.
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Malwarebytes Enters VPN Market Using WireGuard
To stand out from the rest of the pack,
Malwarebytes has decided to use the newer WireGuard protocol in
its VPN product, Malwarebytes Privacy, which is currently
available for Windows computers.
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how to get the app.
The FDA just approved Columbia’s Covid-19 plasma
therapy study, backed by Amazon
- FDA just greenlight a study to determine
whether plasma collected from recently recovered Covid-19 patients
help protect health care workers and alleviate symptoms in those
who are severely ill from the virus.
- The study will be conducted at Columbia
University in New York, which is still one of the virus’
- Amazon is backing the study to the tune of
Is an Outbound Firewall Needed?
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iPhone SE vs. iPhone 11 comparison: Which new
iPhone should you buy?
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baseline iPhone 11. Here's what you get (and don't get) for that
How open source software is fighting COVID-19
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projects combating the spread of coronavirus.
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Android Store Hacked; Up to 40M Accounts Leaked
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Child sexual abuse images and online exploitation
surge during pandemic
With tech companies' moderation efforts constrained
by the pandemic, distributors of child sexual exploitation
material are growing bolder, using major platforms to try to draw
Ubuntu ‘Focal Fossa’ Homes In on Enterprise
Apple admits to widespread iOS Mail security threat
but says it doesn't pose ‘an immediate risk’
Fix coming 'soon'
What you need to know about government contact
Scary new estimates show what will happen if we
stop social distancing in May
- As state and local public officials and
health experts, along with the Trump administration at the federal
level, work through the details of how they’ll go about reopening
the country in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, a new model
shows what the effect will be of relaxing social distancing
guidelines around the country starting in May.
- From the PolicyLab at the Children’s
Hospital of Philadelphia, this tool shows what will happen at the
county level around the country if social distancing guidelines
are relaxed 50% starting May 15 (hint: it’s not good).
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Zoom Tips Security Upgrades as Daily Users Surge to
In December, Zoom was attracting a mere 10 million
daily users. Now at 300 million, Zoom details plans to improve the
video-conferencing service’s encryption standard.
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How to use Microsoft Editor spelling and grammar
assistant on Microsoft Edge
Microsoft Editor extension offers spelling,
grammar, and style refinements suggestions to improve your writing
skills, and here's how to get it and use the extension on
How to command your iPhone to play music for 20
seconds while you wash your hands
- Hand washing is one of the best ways to
prevent germs, especially the coronavirus, from spreading.
- For best results, the CDC recommends
washing hands for at least 20 seconds.
- A new mini-program from Apple will play 20
seconds of your favorite song so you can be sure you’re washing
your hands long enough.
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Windows Firewall will protect your machine from
other computers that share the "safe side" of the router.
14 hidden iPhone and iPad tricks: Screenshots,
trackpad, better battery charging
Whether you have an iPhone SE or an iPhone 11 Pro,
Apple's iOS 13 is full of lesser-known features like improved
screenshots and a new volume indicator that make the iPhone and
iPad infinitely appealing.
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suffering of the novel coronavirus.
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Google to require all advertisers to pass identity
Consumers have seen a proliferation of ads for
products from dubious advertisers, like fake vaccines, in recent
months. Fake businesses have also been an issue.
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Mac? Here are ways to fix it
Some Bluetooth devices use a lower-quality audio
method when acting as both a mic and a speaker or headphones.
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Elon Musk reveals when Starlink internet service
will go live
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Crucial Launches Its Fastest Ever M.2 SSD
The P5 is a PCIe 3.0 x4 M.2 SSD capable of reaching
3,400MB/s read speeds and 3,000MB/s writes.
How location tracking will work to tell you if
you’ve been exposed to coronavirus
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How to fix Night Light on Windows 10
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version of Windows 10? Here's how you can try to fix the problem.
Google will make all advertisers prove their
identities, so people can see who they are and which country
- Google began requiring political
advertisers wanting to run election ads on its platform to verify
their identity back in 2018.
- Now, that program is being extended to all
advertisers, the company wrote in a blog post this morning from
John Canfield, its director of product management for ads
- The change will allow consumers to see
who’s running an ad and which country they’re located in when they
click “Why this ad?” on a placement.
What is “ping”, and what does its output tell me?
Ping is one of the oldest diagnostic tools. It
simply validates connectivity from point A to point B, and in
doing so provides additional useful information.
6 underused Alexa tricks to try with your Amazon
If you haven't heard about these Alexa features,
now's the time to give them a go.
How I'm using AI to translate 'wash your hands' in
By using both human and machine-generated
translations, key health phrases can be translated into local
languages spoken all over the world.
Why coronavirus could lead to the demise of cable
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CDC: Frozen raspberries were culprit behind 2019
norovirus outbreak on multiple cruises
Google Meet call w/ thousands of Googlers watched
an executive’s son praise Zoom
Logins of WHO, Gates Foundation employees circulate
on fringes of the internet
Analysis of the information found it had likely
been collected from previous breaches, a practice that is not
uncommon in the internet's black market for data.
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Just picked up an iPhone SE? Do these 5 things
Don't even peel the plastic off your new iPhone SE
before you read this setup guide.
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Flushing the toilet might give you coronavirus
- A review of existing research suggests
it’s possible that the novel coronavirus may spread via bathroom
- The review, which included studies as old
as the 1950s, reveals that a “toilet plume” may contain biological
material capable of causing infections.
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More than a dozen state-sponsored hacking groups
are using the pandemic for phishing email schemes, Google says.
But overall volume of phishing emails from government-backed
actors remains relatively unchanged.
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How contact tracing could use Bluetooth to track
coronavirus on your smartphone
When Bluetooth is turned on, your phone uses radio
waves to figure out which other devices are nearby. This could be
used to create an anonymous notification network.