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Masks Protect Schoolkids From COVID Despite What Antiscience Politicians Claim

Masks Protect Schoolkids From COVID Despite What Antiscience Politicians Claim

Masks Protect Schoolkids From COVID Despite What Antiscience Politicians Claim Marla Broadfoot On July 30 Florida governor Ron DeSantis issued an executive order barring local school districts from requiring their students to wear masks, claiming that mask mandates in schools lack “a well-grounded scientific justification.” On August 27, when a Leon County, Florida, judge suspended…

What to expect from Microsoft’s Surface event

What to expect from Microsoft’s Surface event Tom Warren Microsoft is holding a Surface event on September 22nd, where “the company will talk about devices and Windows 11.” With Windows 11 set to debut on October 5th, we’re expecting to see four new Surface devices showcasing all the latest software features in the new OS.…

What to expect from Apple’s iPhone 13 event

What to expect from Apple’s iPhone 13 event Ian Carlos Campbell Apple’s first fall event is coming up on Tuesday, September 14th, at 1PM ET / 10AM PT, right around the time when the company typically introduces its latest version of the iPhone. Like last year’s iPhone event, Tuesday’s announcements will be entirely digital, in…

The fight to study what happens on Facebook | Engadget

The fight to study what happens on Facebook | Engadget Karissa Bell Facebook recently added a new report to its transparency center. The “widely viewed content” report was ostensibly meant to shed light on what’s been a long-running debate: What is the most popular content on Facebook? The 20-page report raised more questions than answers.…