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Windows 10X: Train wreck in slow motion – or the future of Windows?

Microsoft hasn't said much about Windows 10X – and what it has spelled out so far leaves the company's plans unclear. Is 10X the next version of Windows 10? Or a dead end?

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iOS feature request: Do Not Disturb Pro

We need an easy way to separate work life from our own life – especially now.

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Why your voice is your new password

Google now lets some users verify purchases using voice alone. It’s just the beginning. Welcome to the future of biometric ID and verification.

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Ready or not, we’re on our way to the Windows Virtual Desktop

The pandemic has given the latest version of Microsoft’s desktop-as-a-service offering unstoppable momentum.

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The HP example: How to do collaboration and remote work right

Companies that figure out how to carry on successfully with a distributed workforce can emerge from the ongoing pandemic stronger than before. HP offers lessons on how to do that.

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The best way to write Messages on Apple Watch?

This little app lets you write more complex Messages using your Apple Watch.

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Apple wants AI to make its products smarter

The company hopes to solve the age-old problem with data and AI: junk in, junk out.

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Mobile security forces difficult questions

As governments consider COVID-19 contact tracing and its privacy implications, it's not a bad idea for companies to take the opportunity to look more closely at their mobile agreements with employees.

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Apple’s big iOS 14 leak is just business as usual

Given that iOS 14 has been in the wild for months, why don't we know more about it?

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How will Apple replace FaceID now we’re wearing masks?

Apple needs to find a way to make FaceID actually useful when wearing masks, and manual passcode entry isn't it.

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How PaaS could drive sustainability into the PC market

IT buyers have long wanted a true PaaS (PCs-as-a-Service) option, and, more recently, high sustainability products from their tech suppliers. The PaaS model, done right, potentially provides both.

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Amid the pandemic, using trust to fight shadow IT

With most workers scattered at home and trying to come up with their own ad-hoc IT workarounds, there’s an easy way for IT shops to build trust: communicate.

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Will Apple's AR glasses revolutionize accessibility tech?

The company’s long-expected AR spectacles may well support prescription lenses.

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A 'business-as-usual' Patch Tuesday update for Windows desktops

With no “zero-days” and a relatively light load of Office, Developer Tools and legacy ESU updates, May's patch cycle focused on the Windows desktop and server platforms, with 111 security related updates to all platforms.

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Mobile payments may soar, thanks to COVID-19

One of the most frequently asked questions these days is "When will things get back to normal?" And the fair and valid answers are generally "They won't. Good-bye handshakes" and "In stages, ending when a vaccine is approved and...

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From Surface to Surface Go 2 and Surface Book 3: The evolution continues

When Microsoft unveiled the Surface, the portable landscape was a much different place. Now, with the the Surface Go 2 and the Surface Book 3, Microsoft can be proud of how its hardware has evolved.

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The enterprise has become remote and mobile

COVID-19 has forced even the most reluctant enterprises (perhaps including Apple) to adapt to remote working.

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Apple’s WWDC 2020 will have more people watching than ever before

So, what’s Apple going to do with all that attention?

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