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Mac RumorsOct 31, 2020
Top Stories: Apple One Launch, iPhone 12 Pro Camera Performance, AirPods and HomePod Rumors
The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro have been out for a week now, so this week gave us lots of opportunities to learn more about the new devices now that we've been able to get our hands on them and test them out.


CNET How ToOct 31, 2020
SSDI, SSI and stimulus checks: Here's what you should know - CNET
If you get federal benefits such as Supplemental Security Income or Social Security Disability Insurance and Congress passes another stimulus relief bill, you might qualify for a second payment. Here are all the twists and turns.

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People in prison can claim a stimulus check up to $1,200, but there's a deadline. What to know - CNET (CNET How To)

CNET How ToOct 31, 2020
Where do I vote? How to find your polling place for Election Day 2020 - CNET
Whether you're voting early or on Nov. 3, your polling location may be different than usual this year due to COVID-19.

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The US election is on Tuesday. Here's how that might affect a second stimulus check - CNET (CNET How To)

CNET NewsOct 31, 2020
Rivian R1T EV pickup driven, Genesis GV70 reveal and more: Roadshow's week in review - Roadshow
Here's a look at our most important stories for the week ending Oct. 31.

CNET NewsOct 31, 2020
Here's what iPhone 12 Pro cameras can do: Incredible Night Mode photos and more - CNET
Sunsets, sunrises, wide vistas and aquamarine waters give ample evidence of another leap forward in mobile photography.

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MagSafe on iPhone 12: I was wrong to doubt Apple's magnetic charger - CNET (CNET News)

CNET How ToOct 31, 2020
Nobody can take your stimulus check away from you, right? Not quite. Here are the rules - CNET
While in many cases your stimulus check can't be redirected to cover a debt, you should know about these exceptions.

CNET NewsOct 31, 2020
James Bond movies ranked: 007 from worst to best - CNET
Sean Connery set the Cold War standard. Daniel Craig brought the franchise into the 21st century. Here's how their movies, and those from the other guys, too, all stack up.

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Lenovo's Black Friday sale started early: Here are the 7 best laptop deals - CNET (CNET News)
Walmart's Black Friday sales start Nov. 4. Here are the best deals already announced - CNET (CNET News)
CNET How ToOct 30, 2020
The US election is in 4 days. Here's how that could affect a second stimulus check - CNET
Here's the rundown on when a second stimulus check could make its way to your pocket, how to estimate your total payment and what to do if you didn't receive your first check.

Computer World Security NewsOct 30, 2020
Get Microsoft's October patches installed — and seriously consider Win10 2004
It was yet another patch roller coaster ride this month with the usual crop of one-off bugs, a  Malwarebytes-associated assault on networking, a promised Flash killer that doesn't — and that announced Dynamics 365 Commerce patch, CVE-2020-16943, still isn't out. 

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GizmodoOct 30, 2020
TikTok Lives to See Another Day as Yet Another Federal Judge Strikes Down Trump's Ban
There's a new development in the seemingly neverending game of chicken between TikTok and President Donald Trump over a nationwide ban. On Friday, a federal judge in Pennsylvania blocked the Trump administration from outlawing U.S. transactions with Tiktok, which was set to take effect Nov. 12.


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Mac RumorsOct 30, 2020
Apple Seeds iOS 14.2 and iPadOS 14.2 'Release Candidate' to Developers and Public Beta Testers With 'New Update Available' Bug Fix
Apple today seeded "Release Candidate" versions of upcoming iOS 14.2 and iPadOS 14.2 updates to developers and public beta testers, 10 days after seeding the fourth betas and a month and a half after releasing the iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 updates.


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Apple One is Now Available: Save Money by Bundling Apple Music, iCloud Storage, Apple TV , Apple Arcade, and More (Mac Rumors)

TechCrunchOct 30, 2020
iPhones can now tell blind users where and how far away people are
Apple has packed an interesting new accessibility feature into the latest beta of iOS: a system that detects the presence of and distance to people in the view of the iPhone's camera, so blind users can social distance effectively, among many other things. The feature emerged from Apple's ARKit, for which the company developed "people […]

ComputerWorldOct 30, 2020
Get the October patches installed — and seriously consider Win10 2004
It was yet another patch roller coaster ride this month with the usual crop of one-off bugs, a  Malwarebytes-associated assault on networking, a promised Flash killer that doesn't — and that announced Dynamics 365 Commerce patch, CVE-2020-16943, still isn't out. 

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ComputerWorldOct 29, 2020
Hands on: What it's actually like to use Windows apps on Chrome OS
Hi. I'm writing this in the Microsoft Word app for Windows...on a Chromebook. I've got Microsoft Edge open, too, all within the standard Chrome OS interface — complete with my usual set of web apps, Android apps, and even Linux apps in the mix.

Worlds are colliding, in other words. And if my first official taste of this wild new reality tells me anything, it's that the traditional boundaries we tend to think about with platforms and operating systems no longer apply. At least, not when you're using a Chromebook.

Let me back up a sec and set the stage for my surreal little experiment here: Back in June, Google announced it was working with a company called Parallels to bring Windows app support into the Chrome OS environment. The magic works via a virtual machine that's installed on the Chromebook and then made to run locally on the device, which means you can use virtually any Windows program as if it were a local app — whether you're online with an active internet connection or not.

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Computer World Security NewsOct 22, 2020
Microsoft Patch Alert: October 2020
October 2020 brought a lighter-than-usual crop of patches. For the first time in recent memory, there were none at all for Internet Explorer or the (Chromium-based) Edge browser. The cumulative updates went in with few reports of problems, although there were many complaints about printers not working after the update.

Strange things happened, though, outside the usual monthly patching schedule. The day after Patch Tuesday, Microsoft announced a(nother) fix for a security hole in the HEVC codec — CVE-2020-17022 — distributed, once again, only through the Microsoft Store.

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Network World SecurityJan 29, 2020
IT pros need to weigh in on that ‘sassy' security model
Cloud services that provide both network and security intelligence are gaining popularity because they are easy to consume and they improve agility. Similarly, a model known as SD-Branch is providing network and security functionality at the WAN edge on a single platform.

Both of these trends have contributed to the development by Gartner of a network architecture known as the secure-access service edge or SASE, which "converges network (for example, software-defined WAN) and network security services (such as [secure web gateways], [cloud access security brokers] and firewall as a service)." SASE (pronounced "sassy") would primarily be delivered as a cloud-based service, Gartner says.

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