Wi-Fi 6E is coming to the Apple enterprise

Apple will introduce a faster form of Wi-Fi 7, Wi-Fi 6E, into iPhones starting with the iPhone 13 series, according to the analysts at Barclays. What is this? Why does it matter? And what might this mean for your enterprise? A year in eight days Given that most Apple users …

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Is Graphic Design the C.I.A.’s Passion?

This week, the Central Intelligence Agency unveiled a new design for its website, CIA.gov, which wouldn’t have been news if the site had stuck to the formal signifiers of government authority: dense bureaucratic text, link directories, declarative headers, nothing too fancy. Instead, CIA.gov is set against a stark black background, …

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V.R. Is Not a Hit. That’s OK.

This article is part of the On Tech newsletter. You can sign up here to receive it weekdays. You might never watch a movie in virtual reality with friends, despite what Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg suggested five years ago. You might never buy stuff with the computer-based currency Bitcoin. You might …

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The game-changing Google trend to watch in 2021

If you’ve known me for long, you know I’m not a fan of those hollow, wide-reaching predictions people love to make this time of year (well, with one noteworthy exception). But trends — now, trends are something I can get behind. Trends are less about pretending to have some manner …

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Here Are the 8 Chinese Apps Trump Banned

WASHINGTON — President Trump on Tuesday signed an executive order prohibiting transactions with eight Chinese software applications, including Alipay, the payment platform owned by Ant Group, and WeChat Pay, which is owned by Tencent. The move, two weeks before the end of Mr. Trump’s term, could help lock in his …

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