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Coding on a Mac using virtual machines via VMWare Fusion Pro.

It’s time to consider virtual machines: VMware’s Fusion Pro and Workstation Pro

For running virtual machines, whether on Windows, Linux, or Mac, the best option is VMware's Fusion Pro and Workstation Pro tools. Learn more here.
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Here’s why people are saying two-factor authentication isn’t perfect

The Pride Month Xbox controller and Apple Watch wrist band.

Beyond rainbows: 5 tech companies that did more for Pride in 2022

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The best VoIP phone systems for businesses large and small

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RingCentral launches free videoconferencing service with no time limit

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Grasshopper: The virtual phone system for small businesses

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How Dashlane Business can make your business more secure

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Post lockdown, smart cameras could help enforce mask use and social distancing


Patreon and Ko-fi become full-time gigs as creators lose their jobs

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What can tech companies do to create more women-friendly workplaces?

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This $3,600 workstation isn’t just a desk. It’s a cockpit of productivity

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4 women innovators who are using tech to help others live better lives

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Box-office bosses: The highest-grossing movies of all time for each month

Every month sees a slew of movies released, but these films are respective juggernauts in their monthly time slots. Some are likely to be beaten soon while others may last for years to come, but all of them are massively successful. Here are the biggest movies of all time for every month.

Where Toronto sees smart sidewalks, residents see ‘1984.’ So what now?

Citing personal data and privacy concerns, consumer advocates in Toronto are raising alarm about Alphabet’s plans to transform a derelict neighborhood into a smart city. Here’s what you need to know about the Sidewalk Toronto project.
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Microsoft has #*!@ed up to-do lists on an epic scale

Microsoft bought the popular to-do app Wunderlist in 2015, and rolled out an app called Microsoft To-Do as a replacement a year and a half ago. So, why is Wunderlist still so much better?
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‘Can I book a table for Thursday?’ Google Duplex duped me, but I didn’t mind

Google’s Duplex technology enables the Google Assistant to make calls, so you can ask it to book a reservation at a restaurant or schedule a haircut, and it’ll do all the work for you. We spent some time with the team behind Duplex to learn more about how it works, and to take a call from the Assistant.

How 20th century check fraud is helping prevent 21st century data theft

Social engineering is as problematic today as it's ever been, and that's a scary concept when so much personal information is accessible to hackers and fraudsters. Yet that also means we can learn from the lessons of the past. That's why digital validation company Trusona uses Frank Abagnale of ‘Catch Me If You Can’ fame to future-proof its systems.
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Royal Caribbean turns to AR, VR to help visualize its new private island project

How do you get people excited about something that doesn't yet exist? For its new private island collection, Perfect Day, Royal Caribbean turned to augmented reality and virtual reality to give a scope of what the project would look and feel like.
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Go ahead, pass laws. They can’t kill bitcoin, even if they try

Bitcoin regulation is a waste of everyone's time. Here's why no matter what's done, Bitcoin will continue to flourish.
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Remember GeoCities? 9 tech titans that fell from grace

Not every tech company can be a winner. Here's nine failed tech companies that were once titans of their respective industries
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Exclusive: Beaten by Beats, here’s how Monster is reinventing itself

Dr. Dre sold Beats to Apple for $3.2 billion, and Monster got burned. Now the audio giant will turn retail inside out again, with help from the Florida Marlins and RocNation.
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Smart travelers don’t need smart luggage yet, but we haven’t lost hope

Do travelers really need features like Bluetooth, digital scales, and batteries? We took some smart luggage along on a trip to find out.
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Want to live-stream 10,000 feet in the air? Honeywell’s inflight tech will let you

Honeywell is delivering better inflight Wi-Fi experience – not just for passengers, but for pilots, crews, and maintenance personnel, too.
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That animated GIF you’re sharing could be an ad in disguise

Your GIFs will soon be subtle ads from companies working with search engines like Tenor, who tap on GIF search terms based on emotions.
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Inside the lab where one company is reinventing the shoelace

For centuries, shoelaces lacked innovation until Boa decided to bring them into the 21st century. We toured its headquarters to find out how.
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Cross the globe while cutting costs with these affordable long-haul airlines

International air travel isn't cheap, but several low-cost carriers are crossing the Atlantic and the Pacific to bring us lower fares.
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Meet NationBuilder, the mercenary software that powered Trump and Brexit

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Travel easier with 5 apps and services for the lazy jet-setter

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We flew to Shenzhen to experience China’s insane electronics bazaar firsthand

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How to find cheap flights

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7 tips to save your trip when a tech meltdown grounds your flight

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#FreeTheMotoZ: Verizon’s exclusive on both Moto phones is total BS

Carrier exclusives are draconian measures that limit the amount of people who can buy smartphones and trap great devices on one network.
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Why isn’t the digital economy making life better? Douglas Rushkoff has an answer

On the heels of releasing his latest book, Douglas Rushkoff took a moment to talk to us about why the digital economy is screwed and how it can be fixed.
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‘To be left behind in tech is to be left behind.’ Jesse Jackson on digital diversity

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