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Tim Cook says Apple plans to ship “over 1 million” masks to hospitals by the end of the week. The tech giant’s CEO has shared how they plan to assist with the coronavirus outbreak by sending protective gear to health care workers fighting on the front line during the global pandemic. In a video, he…

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For a long time, the tech giant Apple has advised its customers against using wipes to clean devices, but now the company has altered its recommendations amid growing concern over the coronavirus outbreak. Apple says users can clean their iPhones with disinfectant wipes. The smartphone manufacturer now says: “Using a 70 percent isopropyl alcohol wipe…

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Every year, millions of people kick off the new year by making new year’s resolutions. Ironically, every year, less than 8 percent of those people actually stick to their goals. If you’re determined to change in the new year, you might be wondering: How can you set yourself up for success? Thankfully, your smartphone can do more…

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It’s the holiday season — a time that can create more stress and sickness than usual. Remaining healthy in a culture of technology-induced convenience, fast food and minimal physical activity is essential to our prosperity as a community. Technology, if used responsibly, can change the health statistics of our community by fighting stigmas, providing resources…

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As more Fortune 500 firms, such as Google, Apple, and Ernest & Young, have eliminated the requirement for a college degree, opportunities for employment are now open to those who haven’t attended prestigious and expensive universities. Educational platforms such as MIT OpenCourseWare, edX, and Coursera now offer free online IT classes with the ability to…

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Enrollinging in college presents a chance for young adults to better their lives and further their education in their area of interest. From parties, joining clubs, and making new friends, college is an exciting time for young adults everywhere. However, college can be very stressful, especially when it comes to preparing for that next big…

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Three news organizations filed a lawsuit Friday, Sept. 16 seeking to find out how the FBI was able to break into the iPhone of a gunman in the San Bernardino terrorist attack. The Justice Department spent more than a month unsuccessfully trying to force Apple to help agents bypass security on Syed Rizwan Farook’s iPhone.…

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So the news about Apple eliminating the corded earbuds for the new iPhone 7 has users up in arms. Coming forth to save the day are Phazon, the answer to the new jack-less iPhone, and Cygnett, a leading technology brand that provides beautifully crafted tech solutions. They have announced their newest cases and screen protectors…

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Since re-launching Tidal under his watchful eye at the end of March, Jay Z has had quite the uphill battle in convincing the public to give his streaming service a decent look. Despite a star-studded list of owners and endorsers including Beyoncé, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, and Usher, by all accounts the music platform got off…

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We may never know what happened with Tidal’s stream of Drake’s performance at this past weekend’s Lil Weezyana Fest. In what’s turning out to be an obvious game of music business politricks, Drake’s manager, Future The Prince, told BuzzFeed that Drake’s performance being blocked from Tidal was a “business decision” he made and Apple had nothing to…

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It was only a month ago that rumors began surfacing that Kanye West wanted to jump ship from Jay Z’s fledgling, and sometimes struggling, music streaming service Tidal. And though West shut down those original rumors, word is spreading now that West wants to leave for greener pastures over at Apple. According to HitsDailyDouble.com, West…

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