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December 18, 2022


The Best Mobile Games Of 2022

The products discussed here were independently chosen by our editors. GameSpot may get a share of the revenue if you buy anything featured on our site. From assembling Avenger cards in Marvel Snap to discovering the joy of embroidery in Stitch, …

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Mac Rumors

Gurman: New MacBook Pro Models to Launch in Early 2023, iMac With M3 Chip Possible Later in Year

Apple plans to release new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with M2 Pro and M2 Max chip options “early next year,” according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. The laptops were originally expected to launch this year, but reportedly faced delays …

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Google is adding end-to-end encryption to Gmail

Google has announced that it will soon be adding end-to-end encryption to its email service — Gmail, providing users with another layer of data security. Encrypted emails are currently in beta and limited to Google Workspace Enterprise Plus, …

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Google introduces end-to-end encryption for Gmail on the web

Once enabled, Gmail client-side encryption will ensure that any sensitive data delivered as part of the email’s body and attachments (including inline images) can not be decrypted by Google servers — the email header (including subject, timestamps, and …

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The New York Times

Twitter Reinstates Suspended Accounts of Several Journalists

Elon Musk said early Saturday that Twitter was reinstating the accounts of several journalists whose accounts were suspended after he had accused them of violating the social media platform’s rules on personal privacy.

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Elon Musk offers journalists he banned from Twitter ability to return under certain condition

Musk had on Thursday banned CNN’s Donie O’Sullivan, The New York Times’ Ryan Mac, and The Washington Post’s Drew Harwell. Independent progressive journalist Aaron Rupar, former MSNBC host Keith Olbermann, and Insider columnist Linette Lopez were also …

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ABC News

Frustrated virtual reality pioneer leaves Facebook’s parent

A prominent video game creator who helped lead Facebook’s expansion into virtual reality has resigned from the social networking service’s corporate parent after becoming disillusioned with the way the technology is being managed.

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