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Q: When online storage service Dropbox started out, it was good for storing data and a useful way to share files too large to be sent via the e-mail systems of the time. But now e-mail systems can carry bigger files, and online storage is available from several companies at relatively low ra…

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SAN RAMON, Calif. — Apple unveiled its next iPhone line-up, including a model that offers twice the storage available in earlier versions and other modest upgrades to last year’s editions that proved to be a big hit among consumers devouring the latest technology during the pandemic. Read more

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WAUKESHA — It’s not uncommon for high schoolers to work tirelessly at their sport of choice and refine their skills in the hopes of competing at the college level, but that dynamic is no longer exclusive to football, basketball and baseball.  Read more

For a while it seemed like phones were changing designs with every new model, but for the most part, phone makers have now settled on a design. Most phones look like a big screen with no buttons on the front, and from 10 feet, it’s hard to differentiate between them. Read more

Q: Microsoft keeps insisting that I install a newer version of Windows 10 (I have Version 1909.) But after I do, my PC crashes and I get the error message "Kmode exception not handled." I then request that the previous version of Windows 10 be reinstalled, and everything works again until th… Read more

Social-media subscription service OnlyFans Ltd. said it will allow users to continue posting sexually explicit material, changing course after an uproar from creators and sex workers who had come to rely on it as a source of income. Read more

Q: I received a text from Facebook saying that someone was trying to get into my account. I could either say it was me accessing the account, or that it wasn't me and I wanted to sign out. I chose the latter, and now I can't get back into my account. I tried to change my password, but when F… Read more

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The names, Social Security numbers and information from driver's licenses or other identification of just over 40 million people who applied for T-Mobile credit were exposed in a recent data breach, the company said Wednesday.The same data for about 7.8 million current T-Mobile customers who… Read more

Q: I schedule Windows 10 to install updates during my off-hours. But, prior to installing the update, my PC slows to a crawl. I can only speed it up again by allowing the update to install right away, which forces the PC to restart while I'm trying to work. Is there any way I can prevent thi… Read more

The pandemic catapulted Zoom Video Communications Inc. from a scrappy upstart into a $111 billion video-conferencing behemoth, central to the lives of millions of remote workers and other socially distant users. Now, as COVID-19 vaccination rates allow for more of a return to normal, the obv… Read more

Q: I created a new profile in the Google Chrome browser that's separate from the main profile, which is my wife's. But now when I use the browser, all of my bookmarks are gone. I tried to export the bookmarks from my wife's profile, but it didn't work. How can I get my old bookmarks into my … Read more

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DALLAS — It was the start of a steamy Friday two Augusts ago when Jason Whisler settled in for a working breakfast at the Coffee Ranch restaurant in the Texas Panhandle city of Borger. The most pressing agenda item for city officials that morning: planning for a country music concert and ann… Read more

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WASHINGTON — The Pentagon said Tuesday it canceled a disputed cloud-computing contract with Microsoft that could eventually have been worth $10 billion. It will instead pursue a deal with both Microsoft and Amazon and possibly other cloud service providers. Read more

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The company whose software was exploited in the biggest ransomware attack on record said Tuesday that so far it appears fewer than 1,500 businesses were compromised. But cybersecurity experts suspect the estimate is low and note that victims are still being identified. Read more

The single biggest ransomware attack yet continued to bite Monday as more details emerged on how a Russia-linked gang breached the exploited software company. The criminals essentially used a tool that helps protect against malware to spread it globally. Read more