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Mac RumorsJun 04, 2020
Apple Hires Amazon Video Executive to Lead Apple TV Sports Division
Apple has reportedly hired Amazon Video sports content executive James DeLorenzo to work on its Apple TV on-demand video service.
— Peter Kafka (@pkafka) June 4, 2020

Mac RumorsJun 03, 2020
$5 Billion Lawsuit Accuses Google of Tracking Chrome Users in Incognito Mode
A proposed class action lawsuit in the U.S. has accused Google of violating federal wiretap laws by tracking the online activities of users when in Incognito mode.

Time: TechlandJun 03, 2020
Snapchat Says It Will Stop ‘Promoting' President Trump
Trump's account will remain active on Snapchat and visible to anyone who searches for or follows it

CNET NewsJun 03, 2020
Snapchat is the latest social network to take on Trump - CNET
The company says it will no longer promote content from Trump's account.

EngadgetJun 03, 2020
Google makes it easier to use security keys on iOS devices
Google is making it easier to use security keys and its Advanced Protection Program to secure Google Accounts on iOS devices. Thanks to changes rolling out today, anyone with an Apple device (iOS 13.3 and above) will be able to use Google's Titan Sec...

PC World Latest NewsJun 01, 2020
Even Microsoft Surface devices are waiting for the Windows 10 May 2020 Update
If you own one of Microsoft's Surface devices and you're wondering why you can't upgrade it to the Windows 10 May 2020 Update, you're not alone.

Microsoft has made the update available to some of its devices, but not all, at least where PCWorld's test devices are concerned. And it's not always obvious which devices will receive it and which won't. But even some of Microsoft's latest, most premium devices aren't receiving the update, which has been under testing for months.

On our test devices, neither the Surface Book 2 nor our Surface Book 3 test unit was allowed to download the Windows 10 May 2020 Update. The latter was explicitly blocked, citing an unknown issue in the message that appears at the top of this article. We've tried two Surface Pro tablets, however—the Surface Pro 4 and the recent Surface Pro 7, and both have been granted the update.

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