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GizmodoDec 01, 2021
Amazon's Appstore Doesn't Work on Android 12 for Some Reason
As a whole, the Android operating system is a more open platform than its iOS rival. But that doesn't mean third-party app stores on Google devices always play nice.


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CNET NewsDec 01, 2021
The biggest tech fails of 2021 - CNET
Commentary: From vaccine misinformation to random internet outages to yet another T-Mobile data breach, this year had some grim days.

EngadgetDec 01, 2021
Microsoft reveals a standalone version of Teams for small businesses
Microsoft has unveiled Teams Essentials, a version of Teams aimed at small businesses. It's a standalone product that nestles between the free Teams plan and the features that come with a Microsoft 365 subscription.

Teams Essentials costs $4 per user per month. It includes unlimited group meetings for up to 30 hours and as many as 300 participants, compared with a 60-minute time limit and a maximum of 100 participants on the free plan. Users also get 10GB of cloud storage — twice as much as those on the free tier — and integration with Outlook and (soon) Google calendars.

Other features from the free tier are included, such as access to Office web apps, chats with colleagues and customers, file sharing, polls and group projects. Meetings, chats, calls and files are all encrypted. Users can send meeting invites to someone who doesn't have a Teams account — they just need that person's email address. Virtual backgrounds for calls, Together mode (which displays attendees in the same virtual space) and live closed captions are also available.

It's a little less expensive than Microsoft 365 Business Basic, which costs $5/month per user (increasing to $6 in March), but the savings can add up. That plan's features include meeting transcripts, real-time translations, mobile versions of Office apps and 1TB of cloud storage per person. 


Mac RumorsDec 01, 2021
Latest macOS 12.1 Beta Appears to Fix Intermittent 'Tap to Click' Issue
Apple today seeded the fourth beta of macOS Monterey 12.1 to developers for testing, and while the much-anticipated Universal Control feature is still not enabled, the latest beta does appear to resolve an issue with the "Tap to Click" trackpad gesture.


Wired NewsDec 01, 2021
These Startups Deliver Groceries Fast—Without Gig Workers
Facing a tight labor market and even tighter schedules, some companies are hiring employees, with benefits.
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