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T-Mobile has issued a statement after its customers faced a 12-hour outage on Monday, June 15, 2020. The telecommunications firm’s President of Technology Neville Ray has denied that the outage was caused by a DDoS attack or any other malicious behavior, but he admitted that T-Mobile failed to meet its “own bar for excellence” after…

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Name: DJ Iesha Irene City: Los Angeles, California Style/genre:  Open format, but mainly hip-hop and R&B. Social media handles: Instagram @iesha_irene. Rolling out’s Master DJ series spotlights DJs recognized in their respective cities who are making an impact in their communities. DJ Iesha Irene specializes in corporate, private and celebrity events. Some of her previous gigs…

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Facebook has launched a couples-only app. While many couples are separated during the global health pandemic the social media network has given them away to communicate with Tuned, on which they can send messages, music and even create their own online scrapbook of their memories together. Tuned is the brainchild of Facebook’s new product experimental…

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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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Tesla has unveiled a prototype of its new ventilators. Elon Musk’s firm has used parts from its Model 3 motors on the breathing equipment to help with the shortage during the global health crisis. On Sunday, April 5, 2020, Tesla gave an update on their ventilators, which are “heavily based on Tesla car parts,” according…

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Samsung is donating smartphones to quarantined patients. The tech giant has revealed its plans to help fight the global virus, and the firm will be going further than providing funding and medical supplies such as face masks and hygiene kits. In a statement, Samsung announced: “We are donating smartphones to patients in quarantine to help…

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Stephanie Humphrey is a former engineer turned, tech enthusiast, public speaker, and news correspondent. She is an expert tech contributor for ABC News’ nationally syndicated daytime talk show “Strahan, Sara & Keke.” Humphrey uses social media to help people understand tech basics with her “60-Second Tech Break.” As a public speaker, she uses her signature…

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Ferdinand Delavega is a vice president and Community Reinvestment Act compliance manager at Comerica Bank. The metro Detroit resident has a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from Oakland University and a master’s degree in management from Walsh College. With more than 20 years in the financial industry, Delavega’s current role involves gathering data, evaluating…

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As a third-generation entrepreneur, Anthara Patrice knows how to run a successful business. Patrice is a tech innovator who is shaking up the beauty industry with her new app — MyBeautyFill — created to connect consumers to the best in beauty products and services. Coming from a successful family salon enterprise in Dallas, the influencer,…

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Twitter is planning to remove content that promotes misinformation about the global COVID-19 pandemic. The micro-blogging platform fears that ill-informed tweets could lead to people accidentally putting themselves in danger of contracting the virus. In a post on its website, Twitter explained: “We will enforce this in close coordination with trusted partners, including public health…

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Postmates has launched a new non-contact option for delivery. The food delivery app now allows people to ask for their food delivery to be left at their door rather than handed over to the person. They said in a statement: “Community health and safety is paramount at Postmates, and we have shared precautionary CDC guidance…

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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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