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Yahoo TechnologyJul 23, 2021
Facebook's cloud gaming service hits iOS devices as a web app


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CNET NewsJul 22, 2021
Ted Lasso season 2 lands Friday. Here's how to watch (and make sense of Apple TV Plus) - CNET
Ted Lasso's second season arrives early Friday on Apple TV Plus, but the service is a little different than the rest. Here's the important questions answered.

NPR Topics: Research NewsJul 22, 2021
Tips And Service With A Smile Drive Sexual Harassment In Restaurants, Study Finds
The authors say their research is the first to empirically link tipping and forced friendliness to sexual harassment. More than 70% of female restaurant workers report being harassed.

TechCrunchJul 22, 2021
Yoobic raises $50M for its chat and communications app app aimed at frontline and service workers
Slack set the standard in many ways for what knowledge workers want and expect out of a workplace collaboration app these days, but a lot has been left on the table when it comes to frontline workers. Today, one of the software companies that has built a popular app for that frontline crowd to become […]

PC World Latest NewsJul 14, 2021
What's a Cloud PC? Microsoft's video offers a first look
Microsoft's new Windows 365 and its Cloud PCs promise to change PC computing by putting your PC in the cloud? Confused? A Microsoft video helps explain it in more detail.

Windows 365 is a new service that will allow businesses to provide virtualized Windows PCs to their workforce. You'll use Windows like you would a cloud gaming service: You click on a local device, like an iPad or Android phone, and your actions will control a PC remotely in the cloud.

Microsoft explains how it will all work in this video, below. (We've skipped ahead to the user experience portion.) At 5:14, you'll see a brief tour of the first-time experience. Windows 10 will be deployed first, and Windows 11 later.

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