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July 16, 2021

Microsoft puts Windows in the Cloud

Computing might never be the same.


Microsoft unveils a cloud-based version of Windows; Twitter says goodbye to Fleets; a $60 mesh WiFi system; Ring enables end-to-end encryption for all; Verizon introduces a filter to stop neighborhood scam calls; Alexa introduces a new wake word, ESPN raises streaming prices; Apple introduces a MagSafe battery pack.

Listeners ask about streaming Bluetooth using an AUX port, using a hotspot on the road, when the new iPad might come out, best group messaging app, place to sell back used and damaged electronics, notifications interrupting Bluetooth music and a way to download personal YouTube videos.

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