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Google has largely standardized all messaging apps

Let’s just get this out of the way before we go too deep here. Google has not just launched or announced a single Unified Messaging app that everyone will love and use in the future. Today, however, Google announced that there is now a leading and unified team that takes care of its communication products. What does that mean? Let’s …

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The big news from Samsung Pay for 2020? Debit cards …

2020 will bring a new kind of Samsung Pay experience that feels a bit archaic compared to the current physical plastic cards. Samsung announced a partnership with this week SoFi, so that Samsung Pay users can soon receive debit cards secured by a special cash management account. Samsung was aware of the details right now, but basically we’re assuming that’s …

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13-inch 2020 MacBook Pro Review

Apple announced on Monday the launch of a new 13-inch MacBook Pro with updated 10th generation processors for high-end machines and new magic keyboards with scissor switches across the entire product range. Subscribe to MacRumors’ YouTube channel to see more videos.We picked one to find out what’s new and to see how it compares to other devices in Apple’s notebook …

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Jeff Williams, COO of Apple: “People were really resourceful and we’re moving the ball forward.”

Apple’s chief operating officer Jeff Williams is “optimistic” about the ability of business to recover from the effects of the global health crisis, an interview he spoke to Fox Business this morning. Williams said he felt great about the economy in the long run, citing Apple’s recent launch of three new products. “I’m optimistic. If you look around, you see …

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Growth teams have the tools to be coronavirus anti-growth teams

While platforms like Facebook offers 21st century advertising tools that use advanced calculations to target ads and change behavior. They only use 20th century PSAs against coronavirus. Given the exponential challenge we face, passive links to information and video from the Disease Control Centers and the World Health Organization are not enough to keep the curve flat. Too many people …

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LG Velvet debuted, still no word on US availability

LG needs a winner. I’ve been saying this for years. What doesn’t LG need? A major flagship phone launch with limited global availability. Damn, LG, you left and screwed it up again! LG made its debut this week velvet Smartphone in South Korea, still no word on availability in the United States. Hopefully that’s not because they want to give …

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How a Facebook bug got your favorite iOS apps out of the way

Shortly thereafter On Wednesday at 6 p.m., the system for the iOS developer Clay Jones began to flash red. Like many developers, Jones uses a Google product called Crashlytics to keep track of when his app stops working. Tens of thousands of crashes were registered out of nowhere. The reason was also pointed out: part of the code that the …

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