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On Wednesday, Apple announced a new phone SE with the 4.7 inch display as a followup to the original iPhone SE released four years ago.
The new iPhone is essentially an iPhone 11 stuffed into the revamped body of an iPhone 8.
Like the original SE, the new phone was started at 399.
$50 dollars cheaper than the discontinued iPhone 8, which was the least expensive iPhone you could buy brand new.
You could pre order the new iPhone SE from Friday April 17th and it should arrive in a week.
Instagram is making it easier for small businesses to share gift card, food order and fundraiser stickers in their profile and stories and effort to ease some of the challenges many are facing during the Coronavirus pandemic.
When you use Instagram you can tap the sticker and make a purchase through the business’s site.
This feature will be available in the US and Canada on Wednesday, and will roll out globally in the coming weeks.
And finally, hackers have discovered two critical Zoom exploits, one for Windows and one for MacOS, that could allow someone to spy on Zoom calls, according to a Wednesday from Motherboard.
The windows specific vulnerability is the type of exploit reportedly suited for industrial espionage, and is for sale on the underground market for $500,000.
In a statement to Motherboard, Zoom said it takes user security extremely seriously.
Since learning of these rumors, we have been working around the clock with reputable industry leading security firms to investigate
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