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  1. Google, Amazon condemn Trump order cutting off foreign worker visas

    Order even blocks workers from transferring to US offices of their own companies.

  2. Apple is changing parts of its app review process after the Hey controversy

    Apple will stop blocking bug fixes over App Store guideline violations.

  3. Microsoft is adding Linux, Android, and firmware protections to Windows

    Unfortunately, all 3 additions are currently available only to big organizations.

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  1. US poll shows broad support for renewables, climate measures

    Latest Pew poll of 11,000 US adults shows (almost) everybody wants more solar.

  2. One tricky racing sim: Assetto Corsa Competizione is now on consoles

    Will such a narrowly focused esports racing sim appeal to Xbox and PS4 players?

  3. If T-Mobile’s giant outage affected you, now’s your chance to tell the FCC

    FCC asks public to describe experiences during last week’s 13-hour outage.

  4. Today’s best deals: Ticket to Ride, iPads, microSD cards, and more

    Dealmaster also has deals on Sonos speakers, USB-C chargers, and Echo devices.

  5. Charter seeks FCC OK to impose data caps and charge fees to video services

    Charter wants TWC merger conditions to expire in May 2021, two years early.

  6. As streamers face harassment allegations, Twitch sees boycott threat

    #TwitchBlackout demands action to back up statements from Twitch executives.

  7. Toxic methanol that causes blindness found in hand sanitizers, FDA warns

    Methanol is toxic when ingested, inhaled, and absorbed through the skin.

  8. In the UK, social media use associated with COVID-19 conspiracy theories

    Older individuals who view mainstream news media less likely to hold nutty beliefs.

  9. Car-sharing to get away from the pandemic, according to Turo users

    The car-sharing platform Turo surveyed its users and shared the results with Ars.

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  1. Millions of documents from >200 US police agencies publishedin “BlueLeaks” trove

    Document dump comes almost 4 weeks after murder by police of George Floyd.

  2. Apple gives us our first glimpse of Foundation, adapted from Asimov series

    “The empire will fall. Order will vanish. This massive event is rushing to meet us.”

  3. tvOS, surround-sound AirPods, and more: The other big WWDC announcements

    Here are a few interesting reveals that deserve a quick look.

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  1. Can your Apple devices run the new OSes announced at WWDC? Check here

    Not sure if your Apple gadgets can upgrade? We've got you covered.

  2. Crooks abuse Google Analytics to conceal theft of payment card data

    Ecommerce site’s “blind trust” makes the service a perfect place to dump data.

  3. Microsoft is killing its game-streaming service, folding it into Facebook’s

    News comes after months of rumors—and weekend charge of top-level racism.

  4. New model challenges idea that Pluto started out frozen

    Surface images used to test “cold start” vs. “hot start” ideas.

  5. Enthusiasm for point-to-point travel may be premature, space official says

    “I still see that as somewhat speculative, and somewhat over the horizon.”

  6. North Face, Patagonia, REI join Facebook advertiser boycott

    Civil rights groups go after company’s bottom line.

  1. The volcano that caused famines in ancient Rome? It was in Alaska

    Climate shifts led to crop failures, which ramped up the growing unrest in Rome.

  2. Apple adds CarKey function to iOS14, BMW will support it first

    The near-field communication standard has been available on Android for a while.

  3. This is Apple’s roadmap for moving the first Macs away from Intel

    After years of rumors, the inevitable has finally begun.

  4. Apple announces macOS 11, “Big Sur,” with an emphasis on design

    The next big version of macOS has been announced at WWDC.

  5. Apple’s new watchOS is coming this year with new health tracking features

    Parental controls and a big under-the-hood change to apps headline the update.

  6. Apple takes the wraps off iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 at WWDC 2020

    Here are all the new features coming to iPhones and iPads later this year.

  7. Follow along with Apple’s WWDC 2020 keynote here

    The keynote starts at 1:00pm EDT/10:00am PDT.