Apple Sets Sept. 12 for Its Next Big Event, New iPhones on Deck

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Apple Sets Sept. 12 for Its Next Big Event, New iPhones on Deck
CNET | You won't have to wait much longer for the next iPhones: Apple has sent out invites for an event on Sept. 12, once again at Apple's new Steve Jobs Theater at its campus in Cupertino, California. The company, as usual, didn't specify what it will announce, but it tends to show off its newest iPhones in September. This time around, reports suggest it could introduce three new iPhones, as well as new fourth-generation Apple Watch smartwatches and new iPad Pro models.
Google Titan Security Key Review: Two Great Keys For The Price Of One
Review Geek | "Google’s getting into the two-factor security key game with their freshly released Titan Security Key Bundle. We’re always talking about two-factory security around here and with good reason: it’s the best thing you can do to protect your accounts. Here’s how the Titan holds up," writes Cameron Summerson. This is a great hands-on review.
Microsoft to End Device Limits for Consumer Office 365 Subscribers
Computerworld | The device limitations for Office 365 Home and Personal subscribers will disappear in October.
Chromebooks with Fingerprint Sensors Are Closer Than Ever
Android Police | Biometric authentication is nothing new for laptops. However, no Chromebook, even Google's flagship Pixelbook, has ever had a fingerprint sensor or facial recognition. Sure, you could use your phone's fingerprint sensor via Smart Lock, but that's just not the same. A commit for face unlock was discovered on Chromium Gerrit just a few days ago, and now, one for fingerprint sensors has been spotted as well.
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How the G Suite Side Panel Helps You Get Work Done
TechRepublic | The G Suite side panel gives you fast access to Google Keep, Google Tasks, and Google Calendar from Gmail, Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drawings. And the Google Calendar side panel also allows access to Keep and Tasks.
10 Hidden Features of Microsoft Outlook That Are Rarely Used
MakeUseOf | MakeUseOf covers some lesser known Outlook features that could help improve your workflow.
IT Leadership & Strategy
State Of Enterprise Cloud Computing, 2018
Forbes | Some fascinating insights from the 2018 IDG Cloud Computing Study published earlier this month by IDG: 77% of enterprises have at least one application or a portion of their enterprise computing infrastructure in the cloud. Enterprises predict they’ll invest on average $3.5M on cloud apps, platforms, and services this year. More technology-dependent industries including manufacturing, high-tech, and telecom are being led by executive management to become 100% cloud.
Long Reads
How ‘LOL’ Changed the Way We Talk
The Atlantic | John McWhorter, professor of linguistics at Columbia University, explains how LOL “ended up creeping in and replacing involuntary laughter,” and what that meant for the new era of informal, nuanced communication.
Making Embedded Google Forms Better
G Suite Updates | Google is making Forms look and work better when they’re embedded in websites created with Google Sites. 
Video of a Seal Playing with a Butterfly Is the Purest Thing on the Internet
So cute.

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