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The FDA nods the saliva COVID 19 test at home: this is how it works

The first home COVID-19 test using saliva samples has received launch approval, the U.S. FDA confirmed today, adding a potentially more convenient and less uncomfortable method of diagnosing coronavirus. Although the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved more than 80 COVID-19 tests as part of its emergency clearance program, the majority are designed for healthcare professionals. This is a …

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HBO Max taps Crunchyroll to offer top anime shows at launch

WarnerMedia has announced it will offer a number of Crunchyroll anime shows when the HBO Max streaming service starts later this month. WarnerMedia says fans can expect a total of 17 anime titles from May 27, including popular shows, director’s cuts, and more. HBO Max subscribers also have access to part of the Crunchyroll catalog. Crunchyroll is the streaming destination …

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Facebook redesign released: how to use it and what to expect

Today Facebook has completely launched “the new Facebook.com” and it is a bit tight. This new version of Facebook will have the same content as before, but look a little different than you remember. So on the web. Facebook’s app versions won’t change this week. The latest version of Facebook will appear for you in a web browser, most likely …

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Eero Pro WiFi routers receive the DFS function in the latest software update

The company has announced that the eero Pro tri-band WiFi router now supports automatic dynamic frequency selection (DFS) for users in the USA and Canada. The new function is included in eeroOS version 3.19.0. It offers improved reliability and speed, and helps reduce interference. This latest version of the software is automatically installed on the routers and also brings bug …

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54 games for $ 40 for Square Enix’s COVID-19 relief

The people at Square Enix simply put a whole bunch of games together in a large bundle to sell to players who stayed at home – all to fight against COVID-19. This could be the beginning of a big push for game makers across the spectrum. If the Square Enix Stay Home & Play campaign “rewards players for practicing social …

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WHO’s new COVID-19 app may include contact tracking

The World Health Organization is preparing a COVID-19 app that will check the symptoms and let people know if they are likely to have coronavirus. The officials are considering whether to integrate the Apple and Google Bluetooth contact tracking system. Several countries and organizations have introduced coronavirus diagnostic tools to better alert people to their local healthcare providers when they …

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Google Pixel Buds wireless earphones lose functionality

Google has confirmed that the latest version of Google’s Pixel Buds wireless earphones, like pixel smartphones, will suffer from reduced functionality. This will allow Google to release future updates that expand the functionality or usefulness of the earbuds and give users access to new features in a manner similar to how Google regularly adds new features to its pixel phones. …

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