DT Daily: Microsoft squashes bugs before Windows 10 launch, new Moto G unveiled

It’s Tuesday July 28th, and Windows 10 is set to release to the public tonight at midnight eastern daylight time. Microsoft is still busy squashing bugs in the new operating system, with the latest being an update that resolves a problem with uninstalling software. The bug caused control panel to crash when removing an application. For everything you need to know about Windows 10, read the full DT review.

This morning Motorola unveiled its new Moto G handset. Like its predecessor, the phone has a 5-inch touchscreen with a 720p resolution. The budget smartphone received some cosmetic updates including a grippier rear panel, and an IPX7 waterproof certification. The Moto G is available online today for one hundred eighty bucks, and it’ll be in retail stores on August 2nd.

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