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  3. Should you update to iOS 15 when it's released on Monday?
  4. Jaw-dropping moments in WSJ's bombshell Facebook investigation
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  7. These 15 IT certifications have the best ROI | ZDNet
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  10. Crypto-gram: September 15, 2021 - Schneier on Security
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  13. The shortage of tech workers is about to become an even bigger problem for everyone | ZDNet
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  16. Apple releases update fixing NSO spyware vulnerability affecting Macs, iPhones, iPads and Watches | ZDNet
  17. Kape Technologies buys ExpressVPN as part of a $936 million deal
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  19. Epic has appealed Friday’s ruling in the Epic v. Apple case
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  25. Epic Leaves a Big Crack in Apple’s Walled Garden
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  27. Facebook debuts Ray-Ban Stories, smart glasses that record video
  28. Turbocharge your IT career with this cybersecurity training that is on sale for just $30 | ZDNet
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  30. How to Mass Delete Emails in Gmail
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  52. Apple plans to scan US iPhones for child abuse imagery
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  55. What Will Be the Highest-Paying IT Career 5 Years From Now? — PCMag
  56. How to Manage Linux Network Connections from the Command Line
  57. The 6 Best Linux Distros for Power Users in 2021
  58. Linux Mint 20.2 arrives: Top desktop Linux keeps improving | ZDNet
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  71. Biden Orders FTC Crackdown on Repair Restrictions Around Phones, Electronics
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  97. Apple's rivals may never be able to catch up to its powerful new chip
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  99. Google revives RSS – TechCrunch
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  102. Amazon's new Echo Buds feel great, sound great and let you talk to Alexa | CNN Underscored