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The bill for a second round of stimulus payments by the U.S. government expands the pool of qualified recipients. Here's who would get cash from stimulus check 2.
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Apple's current iPhone lineup is headed up by a trio of new phones. Here's what's different — and what's the same — with the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
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A critical flaw in the Zoom meetings client software for Windows 7 and earlier lets hackers take over your PC, but Zoom has just issued a fix.