World Teams Alpha: New app for all desktop platforms, probably in development
Canberra check-in app for businesses mandated as COVID-19 restrictions ease in the ACT
The ACT Government will lift a number of restrictions tomorrow as it rules the check-in app for businesses will be mandatory from March 6.But the return of these popular Australian past-times comes with a caveat: the Check In CBR app will be mandatory for all restricted businesses and patrons from March 6.
Something is apparently happening at Microsoft Teams regarding the development of the desktop app: While Microsoft has its own for the chronically sedate client based on Electron, which is currently the official application for Windows, Mac and Linux Improvements for the performance and stability works, Teams Alpha was also discovered over the weekend, a completely new application that Microsoft seems to be working on internally and that can be downloaded as an MSIX container.
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‘Sorry’: Brokerage chief at heart of GameStop saga apologises
Brokerage app Robinhood’s CEO says he recognises customers were upset about temporary halt in GameStop share trading.Financial heavyweights including billionaire Republican mega-donor and Citadel CEO Ken Griffin defended their businesses at the virtual hearing, which lasted more than five hours. The officials probed how users of social media site Reddit, trading on retail platforms, squeezed hedge funds that had bet against shares of the loss-making video game retailer and other companies.
Similar to Outlook with Project Monarch, the web version serves as the basis and should be used together with Microsoft Edge WebView 2 can be integrated as natively as possible into all supported desktop platforms. Windows 10 should support all functions such as native notifications, and Microsoft also wants to ensure better security and loading speed. At the moment it is not yet clear whether the new app, which should be particularly helpful for less powerful hardware, will eventually replace the Electron client, but it should be a noticeable improvement compared to the current situation.
Myanmar’s Digital Insurgents Have Finally Found a Way to Hurt the Junta .
This story was produced in partnership with Coda Story. One month after Myanmar’s military seized power in a bloodless coup and declared a year-long state of emergency, daily protests continue to shake cities and towns across the country. Now, in addition to taking their anger to the streets, an underground movement of pro-democracy activists has unleashed a raft of new digital tools on the armed forces and police. Myanmar’s powerful militaryOne month after Myanmar’s military seized power in a bloodless coup and declared a year-long state of emergency, daily protests continue to shake cities and towns across the country.