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  1. Apple announced four new handsets to its 13th iteration of iPhones this Tuesday at an online event. But while the new iPhones may have been the stars of the “California Streaming” event, Apple also announced the all-new iPad, the iPad […]

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  2. Summer is ending, but the vulnerabilities continue hot and heavy. The Microsoft September patch update has fixes for scores of flaws, several critical.

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  3. Apple just unveiled its all-new lineup of iPhone 13 smartphones along with a slew of other announcements. Here is everything you need to know.

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  4. Microsoft Teams and Slack have become the go-to workplace collaboration tools, but some lesser-known alternatives offer similar, if not better, features.

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  5. Windows Server releases used to be big deals, but that has been blunted in the cloud era. So, is Windows Server 2022 something to get excited about?

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  6. Montana residents who bank at JP Morgan Chase may have had their information compromised because of a reported data breach.

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  7. August was a light month for patches from non-Microsoft vendors including Adobe, Linux, and Google, but several critical flaws should get your attention.

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  8. Linux is the go-to operating system for many businesses because of its security. But it is not immune to cyberattacks, as a new report clearly shows.

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  9. Android mobile games are a proverbial minefield for data collection, and EskyFun's activities are no exception. As always, it is a case of buyer beware.

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  10. T-Mobile is in damage control mode after the massive data breach that caused more than 50 million customers to be put at risk.

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