Microsoft has quietly released Windows File Recovery, a text-based app for finding lost files.
The New York Times will no longer allow articles inside the Apple News app.
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Apple has gone all in with an overhaul for the Mac that includes Apple’s own chips and macOS 11.0 – moving on from OS X after twenty long years.
Microsoft's shutting down all of its retail stores to focus on the digital Xbox and Microsoft stores.
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Unless ISPs extend benefits like unlimited data and the Keep America Connected Pledge to waive late fees, all of the incentives to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic will expire next week.
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