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CDC director defends telling fully vaccinated they
can go without masks amid confusion in states, cities
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for people to be honest and ditch their masks only if they are
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Microsoft Safety Scanner
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Microsoft Teams personal for home users is now
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The global chip shortage is starting to have major
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chips have spread from computers and cars to toothbrushes and
tumble dryers — they now lurk beneath the hood of a surprising
number of products.
- But demand for chips is continuing to
outstrip supply, and car makers are no longer the only companies
feeling the pinch.
- Many companies — particularly those in
China who have been hit by sanctions — are boosting their
stockpiles of in-demand chips to try to ride out the storm, but
that’s making chips even harder to get hold of for other firms.
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can access your hard drive in the event of a glitch.
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scammers with the personal information they need to pull it off.
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commit crimes for which you are blamed. With so much at stake,
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