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Apple created its share of headings throughout the last 7 days. The tech giant made some quite considerable modifications to the MacBook lineup (consisting of dropping a design promoted by a CNET editor), and it likewise handled a set of security concerns — one including iPhone eavesdropping, the other, webcam hijacking. But there was plenty more taking place too.

We put Verizon’s and Sprint’s 5G networks up versus each other in a head-to-head speed contest. A federal judge ruled that it’s unconstitutional for Trump to obstruct critics on Twitter (and a number of suits stated AOC should not have the ability to Twitter-block either). And Harley-Davidson presented an electric-powered hawg while Disney trotted out a computer-generated lion (king).

Here’s more from our menagerie of stories today:

Neal Mohan, 2nd in command at the video website, manages a developing function.

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The VidCon convention for online developers begins with a panel on how to get ready for the deepfake issue.

Young fans of Joey Graceffa hold masks of his face in front of their own.

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These 2 entry-level Apple laptop computers get spec upgrades and, in one case, a crucial cost cut.


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Exclusive: You might see apps from the group within weeks.


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CNET senior editor Lexy Savvides calls the Anker Soundcore Liberty Air earbuds her brand-new favorite AirPods option.


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Other merchants are required to sign up with the celebration, otherwise get left.


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The Upskilling 2025 program is developed to reach a 3rd of Amazon’s United States labor force.


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It’s coming Sept. 20 and here’s how it plays.



United States providers, remember. Here’s one method to draw consumers to 5G.

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