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June 19, 2022


The Verge

While some conferencing apps, like Zoom and Microsoft Teams, let hosts mute all participants (or specific ones), they typically don’t offer a way for individual users to mute whoever they want during a call.

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Seoul For Jung Ki-young, a South Korean software engineer, Microsoft’s decision to retire its Internet Explorer web browser marked the end of a quarter-century love-hate relationship with the technology. To commemorate its demise, he spent a month and …

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The MacBook Pro does have a small fan to assist with cooling and allow the M2 to run hotter and offer more performance over the fan-less MacBook Air. No matter which laptop the M2 is in and which method of cooling is used, the M1 Pro and M1 Max in the …

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The Indian Express

When it comes to smartphones, not everyone can easily afford an iPhone which can cost over Rs 70,000 and more. And yet, the iPhone continues to be the best-selling smartphone of all time. But, what is the physiology of a premium smartphone and what …

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Netscape was one of the first web browsers that worked across multiple devices. The software was created by a group of college students. It was originally free and under the name Mosiac.

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A South Korean software developer had a gravestone made and a real memorial was held… For the demise of Internet Explorer. RIP.

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The Washington Post

U.S. lawmakers are questioning Google over how the company’s search engine shows users in certain states inaccurate results about abortion services by diverting them to “fake clinics” that don’t provide the procedure and dissuade people from ending a …

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Google and OpenAI are among companies that have developed artificial intelligence models that generate images based on text. Pictures from a publicly-available tool called DALL-E Mini have become trendy on social media. As with other AI technologies, …

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Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry continues to grow, with a record number of downloads and consumer spending …

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