TEC063: Facebook has a new gaming app. So who is it aimed at? Dom Bettinelli, Pat Scott, and Fr. Andrew Kinstetter discuss Facebook’s new offerings; an Apple Mail bug or exploit; Google Meet for free; Unlocking your iPhone while wearing a mask; and extending useful life of your Chromebook.
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Links for this episode:
- Facebook Gaming Is Here—but Who Is It For? | WIRED
- Facebook’s dedicated gaming app is now available on Android | Engadget
- Facebook Messenger Rooms offer 50-user video chats
- That no-click iOS 0-day reported to be under exploit doesn’t exist, Apple says | Ars Technica
- New Apple iOS text bug can crash your iPhone with just a notification
- iOS 13.5 Beta Makes It Easier to Unlock an iPhone With Passcode When Wearing a Mask – MacRumors
- Google wants to separate browser and Chrome OS updates – 9to5Google
- Google Meet video conferencing is now free for anybody – The Verge
- Regal, AMC refuse Universal films after ‘Trolls’ streaming success
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