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December 19, 2021

NEWS

CNET

There’s a new foldable phone in town: The Oppo Find N. After teasing its new foldable last week, the Chinese electronics-maker launched its latest Find N foldable phone on Wednesday, during the second day of its “Inno Day” event.

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Computerworld

With 67 flaws addressed, six publicly-reported issues and one vulnerability already exploited, this month’s updates pale in comparison to the challenges addressing the Log4j issue.

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CNET

Instagram, Facebook and YouTube all put more focus on incorporating TikTok-style features in 2021. In addition – even if you’re not on TikTok – you’ve likely noticed users crossposting TikTok videos on other social media, or an enthusiastic friend has sent …

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FOX 6 Milwaukee

Grim milestones in the fight against coronavirus: The United States surpassed 800,000 deaths and there has been a steady uptick in hospitalizations and cases in Wisconsin, with deaths reaching the highest numbers since January.

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Forbes

Officially launched with iOS 15 in the Fall, the App Privacy Report was previously unreadable. That’s changed in iOS 15.2—you can now access an easy to read report showing which apps have been accessing which permissions, as well as revealing the apps that …

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NDTV

Before proceeding with the steps, make sure that you have the latest WhatsApp version installed on your device. · WhatsApp users can listen to their voice messages before sending them · The feature is available on Android and iOS as well as on Web and …

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The Indian Express

Even though there weren’t many sweeping changes in 2021, the year will be best remembered for fixing things that most mattered to end consumers. The new MacBook Pros and iMacs with Apple’s own chipsets, a new iPad mini and the improved line of iPhones seem …

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CBC.ca

Stress and anxiety connected to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic could be revealing itself in people’s mouths, say dentists who report increasing cases of patients with cracked, broken and damaged teeth. Bruce Ward, a Vancouver-area dentist, …

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CHEK

VICTORIA – Stress and anxiety connected to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is revealing itself in people’s mouths, say dentists who report increasing cases of patients with cracked, broken and damaged teeth over the past 20 months.

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Fortune

“This has been in all areas of our practice. Hygiene appointments, whitening, cosmetic procedures, and elective treatments,” says Dr. Rob Raimondi, a cofounder of One Manhattan Dental. “Patients are more interested in doing definitive care and being …

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