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Mac RumorsApr 17, 2021
Top Stories: Apple Event Next Tuesday, Mini-LED iPad Pro, iPhone Rumors
It feels like we've been waiting forever for new Apple products, but the wait is almost over as Apple has announced a media event for next Tuesday, so make sure to tune into MacRumors for full coverage of everything Apple announces.

WatchOS 7.4: The Apple Watch features coming soon that we think you'll love - CNET (CNET News)

CNET How ToApr 17, 2021
Xbox Series X restock: Updates at Walmart, Best Buy, Amazon, GameStop, Newegg and more - CNET
Microsoft's new console isn't as difficult to find as the PlayStation 5, but that doesn't mean scoring one will be easy.

PS5 restock updates: How to find a PlayStation 5 at Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop and more - CNET (CNET News)

Yahoo TechnologyApr 17, 2021
This Week in Apps: A surprising report on App Tracking, Apple event predictions, Instagram for kids

Yahoo TechnologyApr 17, 2021
The Morning After: SpaceX's Starship secures a lunar lander deal with NASA

CNET How ToApr 17, 2021
Tax Day is May 17. You have 1 month to file your tax return. Here's what you need to know - CNET
The countdown has begun for people filing tax returns, and they're more important than ever this year. Your tax refund, extra stimulus check money and $3,600 child tax credit may depend on it.

CNET How ToApr 17, 2021
Child tax credit checks for how much? Here's your family's monthly payment - CNET
CNET's child tax credit calculator uses your adjusted gross income and the number and ages of your eligible kids to break down how much money you should really expect.

$3,000 child tax credit: New July timeline for monthly payments - CNET (CNET How To)

CNET NewsApr 17, 2021
Where to buy a PS5: What you need to know about purchasing Sony's new console - CNET
Finding a PS5 is tricky business, as new consoles are immediately snapped up by keen customers.

CNET How ToApr 17, 2021
Child tax credit and shared custody: Are both parents eligible for a payment for the same kid? - CNET
Can each parent qualify to get child tax credit payments for the same child if they both claim the kid on their taxes? We'll explain.

Wired NewsApr 17, 2021
15 Best Weekend Deals on TVs, Smart Speakers, and PC Gear
It's a laid-back, put-your-feet-up kind of weekend. These discounts might help get your zen on.

Yahoo TechnologyApr 17, 2021
Yes, Twitter was down -- at least on the East Coast (updated)

Yahoo TechnologyApr 17, 2021
How one founder build a startup around compassion and care facilitated by AI

Wired NewsApr 17, 2021
How the FBI Got Into the San Bernardino Shooter's iPhone
Plus: Russian sanctions, Europe's SolarWinds fallout, and more of this week's top security news.

CNET NewsApr 17, 2021
Mercedes-Benz EQS, Hyundai Santa Cruz pickup and more: Roadshow's week in review - Roadshow
Here's a look back at the biggest stories from the week ending April 17.

SlashDotApr 17, 2021
AI-Driven Audio Cloning Startup Gives Voice To Einstein Chatbot

CNET NewsApr 17, 2021
Best iPhone 2021: Apple currently sells 7 different models. Here's how to pick one - CNET
Apple sells phones priced from as low as $399 to as high as $1,399. We're here to help you find the best one for your needs and budget.

Yahoo TechnologyApr 17, 2021
Washington state votes to ban new gas car sales by 2030

Yahoo TechnologyApr 17, 2021
NASA will attempt to fly its Mars helicopter on April 19th

CNET NewsApr 17, 2021
Twitter outage continues for some users, problem appears to be global - CNET
Twitter Support says it's fixing a server problem and hopes to get things running smoothly "soon." Reports of issues have come from users in regions including Africa, Asia, Europe and North America.

SlashDotApr 17, 2021
US Advocacy Group Launches Online Petition Demanding Protections for 'Right to Repair'

Yahoo TechnologyApr 17, 2021
Peloton opposes US demand for Tread recall following child injuries

CNET How ToApr 17, 2021
The IRS may owe you a stimulus check 'plus-up payment.' Here's what that's about - CNET
If you got less stimulus money from the $1,400 payment than you were owed, you might be getting a plus-up payment. Here are all the details.

CNET ReviewsApr 17, 2021
Optoma UHD35 projector review: Fabulous 4K picture for the price - CNET
If you want the extra detail of 4K, without sacrificing color, brightness or a huge chunk of your wallet, the UHD35 is an excellent choice.

Yahoo TechnologyApr 17, 2021
Edward Snowden's NFT sold for $5.5 million at auction for charity

CNET NewsApr 17, 2021
iPhone 13 rumors: Leaked renderings, release date and everything we know - CNET
Apple's next flagship phone is already the subject of a ton of rumors. Here's everything we've heard about the alleged iPhone 13 so far.

GizmodoApr 17, 2021
Peloton Resists Federal Safety Recall for Treadmill Tied to Child's Death
Peloton is pushing back against a request from federal regulators to recall its Tread treadmill after the product was involved in a child's death last month, the Washington Post reported Friday.


CNET NewsApr 17, 2021
Roku rechargeable Voice Remote Pro listens for 'Hey Roku' voice commands, costs $30 - CNET
The new controller, which works with most recent Roku streamers and smart TVs, could be the perfect streaming upgrade.

GizmodoApr 16, 2021
Apple Music Says It Pays Artists an Average of a Penny Per Stream, Which Is Somehow Good
We now have a clearer picture of how Apple Music compares to Spotify in terms of royalties.


CNET How ToApr 16, 2021
Where to buy the Xbox Series X: Updates from Amazon, GameStop, Walmart, Best Buy and more retailers - CNET
Finding Microsoft's new console is hard. Here's the latest on retailers that sell the Series X and Series S.

New York Times TechApr 16, 2021
SpaceX Wins NASA $2.9 Billion Contract to Build Moon Lander
Elon Musk's company bested Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin and others in the contest to carry American astronauts to the lunar surface.

Yahoo TechnologyApr 16, 2021
This week's best deals: $20 off Google's Nest Audio and more

Yahoo TechnologyApr 16, 2021
Katie Haun on saying yes to Coinbase and where a16z's crypto fund is placing its bets now

GizmodoApr 16, 2021
Google Misled Android Users About Location Data, Australian Court Finds
In the first ruling of its kind, the Australian Federal Court announced on Friday that Google violated the country's laws surrounding consumer safety when it misled Australian Android users about the location data that their phones were collecting.


Yahoo TechnologyApr 16, 2021
Soona raises $10.2M to make remote photo and video shoots easy

Mac RumorsApr 16, 2021
LTPO Displays Supporting 120Hz Refresh Rates Again Rumored for iPhone 13 Pro Models
The two higher-end "iPhone 13 Pro" models that are coming in 2021 are expected to use LTPO display technology to enable 120Hz refresh rates, according to display analyst Ross Young.
— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) April 16, 2021

CNET NewsApr 16, 2021
2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS electric sedan looks stunning under studio lights - Roadshow
The EQS is Mercedes' new S-Class-equaling EV flagship.

2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz is a high-style compact truck - Roadshow (CNET News)

Mac RumorsApr 16, 2021
Apple-Backed 'Project CHIP' to Start Smart Home Device Certification in Late 2021
In late 2019, Apple along with Amazon, Google, and the Zigbee Alliance announced plans to develop a universal standard for smart home products, leveraging existing protocols like Apple's HomeKit, Amazon's Alexa, and Google's Weave.

SlashDotApr 16, 2021
Australia Finds Google Misled Users Over Data Collection

Google misled consumers over location data settings, Australia court finds (Yahoo Technology)

Yahoo TechnologyApr 16, 2021
The best smart speakers you can buy

Mac RumorsApr 16, 2021
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Urged to Scrap Instagram for Kids Plan
Facebook is facing calls from an international coalition of children's health advocates to abandon its plans to build a version of Instagram for kids, reports The Guardian.

Mac RumorsApr 16, 2021
Microsoft Edge Gains New 'Kids Mode' for Safer Web Browsing
Microsoft has released a new Kids Mode for its popular Edge browser that allows children to discover the web in a fun way while limiting their access to only approved sites.

Microsoft Edge Adds a Kids Mode for Parents Worried About Their Shared Devices (Gizmodo)

SlashDotApr 16, 2021
Mercedes-Benz Unveils New Flagship EQS Electric Sedan To Take On Tesla

Yahoo TechnologyApr 16, 2021
Daily Crunch: Squarespace files to go public

Major GeeksApr 16, 2021
Intel Graphics Driver for Windows 7 and 8
Intel Graphics Driver is the latest driver for Intel graphics cards for Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7. [License: Freeware | Requires: Win 8 / 7 | Size: 199 MB ]

Yahoo TechnologyApr 16, 2021
Extra Crunch roundup: UiPath's IPO filing, predicting revenue, how to pivot properly, much more

PC World Latest NewsApr 16, 2021
Nvidia GeForce Experience Studio drivers optimize creative apps with one click
Nvidia's Studio drivers for GeForce GPUs revolve around creative applications rather than games, but they just swiped a nifty trick from the company's Game Ready drivers anyway. The April Studio drivers, released this week to coincide with Nvidia's GTC 2021 conference, added a one-click optimization option for creative apps in Nvidia's GeForce Experience. It's pretty darn cool for people who use the best graphics cards for both work and play.

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Yahoo TechnologyApr 16, 2021
Tesla owners can now see how much solar or coal is powering their EVs

Computer World Security NewsApr 16, 2021
The Patch Tuesday focus for April: Windows and Exchange (again)
On Tuesday, MIcrosoft rolled out another broad series of updates across its Windows ecosystems, including four vulnerabilities affecting Windows that have been publicly disclosed and one security flaw — reportedly exploited already — that affects the Windows kernel. That means the Windows updates get our highest "Patch Now" rating, and if you have to manage Exchange servers, be aware that the update requires additional privileges and extra steps to complete.

It also looks as if Microsoft has announced a new way to deploy updates to any device, wherever it is located, with the Windows Update for Business Service. For more information on this cloud-based management service, you can check out this Microsoft video or this Computerworld FAQ. I have included ahelpful infographic which this month looks a little lopsided (again) as all of the attention should be on the Windows and Exchange components.

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ComputerWorldApr 16, 2021
Appogee becomes one-stop shop for enterprise iOS deployment
The Apple-focused enterprise services market continues to evolve. Case in point: Apple-only value-added-reseller Appogee is now offering a fully-managed iOS hardware deployment thanks to an arrangement with TRUCE Software.

A one-stop enterprise mobile shop At its simplest, this means enterprises choosing to deploy iOS devices across their business can approach Appogee to purchase, deploy, and create contextually-aware management tools for these new fleets. The system integrates tools from both TRUCE and Jamf and means businesses can accelerate their mobile strategy, and do so while ensuring their own policies can be enforced on a device and user basis.

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Mac RumorsApr 16, 2021
Some iPhone 11 Users Seeing Increased Battery Health Percentages After iOS 14.5 Recalibration Process
In the sixth beta of iOS 14.5, Apple introduced a recalibration process for the battery health reporting system on the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max to address inaccurate battery health estimates for some users.
I went from 86% reported maximum capacity to 90%. So there's that.

— Benjamin Mayo (@bzamayo) April 11, 2021

CNET ReviewsApr 16, 2021
LG G1 OLED TV review: Sets the picture quality bar just a bit higher - CNET
This high-end TV offers the best image quality yet, but not by much.

Yahoo TechnologyApr 16, 2021
Google's Project Zero will wait longer before disclosing security flaws

GizmodoApr 16, 2021
Here's What's Going on With the Roku Remote Pro's Streaming Buttons
If you go all-in on Roku's new Voice Remote Pro, you may end up getting one sans the Apple TV button seen in marketing materials.


PC World Latest NewsApr 16, 2021
The Full Nerd ep. 173: Ryzen 5000G APUs look great, Nvidia's GPU crunch continues
In this episode of The Full Nerd, Brad Chacos, Alaina Yee, and Adam Patrick Murray discuss long-anticipated AMD Ryzen APUs that you might be able to buy soon, and Nvidia graphics cards that you won't.

We kick things off with AMD's Ryzen 5000G processors, the first Ryzen APUs announced in two years. They check a lot of the boxes enthusiasts have been asking for, offering integrated Radeon graphics clocked at up to a blistering 2GHz and as many as eight Ryzen cores—bursting through the former 4-core maximum—but it's not quite all sunshine. Fast PCIe 4.0 SSDs won't hit full speeds with these chips, and they'll be coming to prebuilt systems first before launching in DIY retail form later this year.

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Yahoo TechnologyApr 16, 2021
Google found to have 'partially' misled Australian users in location tracking case

PC World Latest NewsApr 15, 2021
Microsoft launches Kids Mode for Edge: Here's how to use it
Microsoft is formally launching Kids Mode for the Edge browser today, providing a protected space for kids to browse the web.

Microsoft announced what it's calling a new, native browsing mode in February, and Kids Mode started rolling out to the stable Edge browser platform on Thursday. Edge Kids Mode is specifically designed for two different age ranges: 5-8, and 9-12. While parents need to have a Microsoft account, the kids don't. 

Here's what Kids Mode offers. First, within Kids Mode the Edge browser will maximize, filling the screen and preventing kids from migrating to other applications. Tracking protection is set to Strict, blocking the majority of trackers. Bing's Safe Search is turned on, and set to Strict, preventing them from performing mature Internet searches. Ads won't be shown on new-tab pages. Finally, only 70 kid-friendly sites are allowed, though adults have the option to block or add sites as they wish.

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TechCrunchApr 15, 2021
For startups choosing a platform, a decision looms: Build or buy?
Platforms exist to help startups get to users and customers faster and should be used as means to an end, but everyone must get their piece.

Gizmag Emerging TechApr 15, 2021
478-mile Mercedes EQS brings top-of-range electric luxury
Fast-building its EQ family, Mercedes-Benz brings all-electric power to the flagship of the brand: the S-Class. After months of teasing, it has finally given the all-new EQS a proper world premiere. The electric sedan explores the highest echelons of the electric market with a range that pushes 500 miles, a sleek, slippery design that Mercedes defines as the world's most aerodynamic, and more tech than some Silicon Valley zip codes.

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Yahoo TechnologyApr 15, 2021
Daily Crunch: Google Earth gets an update

Washington Post TechApr 13, 2021
NASA again postpones historic Ingenuity helicopter flight on Mars
NASA's historic attempt to operate a helicopter on the Red Planet for the first time is postponed. The situation is "fluid."

Mac RumorsApr 13, 2021
Roku's New Remotes Feature an Apple TV Button
Roku today introduced a new Express 4K streaming player and rechargeable Voice Remote Pro with some useful features for Apple users.

KM World ArticlesMar 26, 2021
Aunalytics launches Daybreak for Financial Services
Mid-sized banks and credit unions now have access to actionable data, enriched with Smart Features, to enhance customer relationships and deliver the right products and services, to the right people, at the right time

Computer World Security NewsMar 11, 2021
Users condemn Microsoft for removing KB IDs from some bug documentation
Microsoft's decision in February to strip an identifier used for decades from some Windows update release notes continues to draw the ire of customers.

On Feb. 18, the company announced on its Windows IT Pro blog that it would no longer include the KB identifier — KB for Knowledge Base — in the URLs of all online release notes associated with Windows update release details. The KB identifiers have been used by Microsoft for several decades to pinpoint individual bug fixes and guide customers to the appropriate documentation.

[ Related: Microsoft revamps Windows Insider release vernacular ] "One of the primary ways that many find release notes is through the use of a KB identifier (KBID)," Christine Ahonen, a program manager at Microsoft, wrote in the post to the Windows IT Pro blog. "We use a unique identifier for each Windows update. Once a KBID is created, it is then used to identify the update throughout the release process, including documentation."

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CNET Most Popular ProductsDec 22, 2020
Epson EpiqVision Mini EF12 projector review: Laser-powered picture cube - CNET
This tiny projector makes big pictures and sound, but the price is steep.
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