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Apple is still tending its walled garden

Apple has released public betas for the next big software updates for the Apple Watch and Mac. On the Mac, Big Sur (as the operating system is called) has a lot of visual differences that I think will grow on you – they make macOS look a little bit more. similar to iOS. It also does a weird new thing …

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The Google Home app finally integrates the advanced router controls for Wifi (download APK) – Android Police

The Google Home app finally integrates the advanced router controls for Wifi (download APK) Android Police Google Home 2.26 adds “advanced network” settings from the Google Wifi app, plus 9to5Google Google wants to listen to your audio recordings again. This time there is a problem and it is very good news Inc. YouTube Music verifies the playback of personal playlists …

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The OnePlus 8 killer update steals one of the best features of the Galaxy Note 20

OnePlus 8 and other OnePlus phones are about to get the always-on display option that fans have been begging for. We know this thanks to the announcement of HydrogenOS 11, OnePlus’s only Chinese operating system. The main difference between HydrogenOS and OxygenOS (the operating system used by all other countries) is that HydrogenOS doesn’t use Google’s mobile services, something most …

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Google launches a virtual business card in India: TechCrunch

Google has implemented a new search feature in India that allows influencers, entrepreneurs, freelancers or anyone else who wants to be easily discovered online to create a virtual business card in what appears to be the company’s latest attempt to add more LinkedIn exclusive features in its search engine. The company said it implemented the feature, called People Card, first …

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Twitch Prime is now Prime Gaming, will continue to offer free gaming gadgets

It’s official: Amazon has rebranded its video game-centric Twitch Prime service, which will now be known as Prime Gaming in the future. The rebranding will bring the company’s video game offering in line with most of the other services included with an Amazon Prime subscription, such as Prime Video and Prime Reading (for now, Amazon Music remains the only exception). …

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DC Comics and DC Universe hit by layoffs as part of WarnerMedia cuts – Deadline

Warner Bros. DC Entertainment was one of the divisions hit hard by the corporate layoffs today. High-profile DC departures include Bob Harras, DC Editor-in-Chief; Hank Kanalz, SVP Publishing Strategy & Support Services; Bobbie Chase, VP, Global Publishing Initiatives and Digital Strategy; Brian Cunningham, senior story editor Deadline, confirmed. Warner Bros. does not comment. Jim Lee remains DC’s Chief Creative Officer. …

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