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Apple is starting to reopen stores in the US after tentatively opening up in Australia and China with social distancing in place.
The tech giant shut its doors in March in an attempt to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, but is now considering opening back up in Alabama, Alaska, Idaho and South Carolina.
In a statement, Apple said, our team is constantly monitoring local health data and government guidance.
And as soon as we can safely open our stores we will.
Facebook is officially going live with its new redesigned desktop page after letting a small percentage of users try it out earlier this year.
The design is more streamlined and minimalist than the current look.
But the feature that people are most excited for is the inclusion of dark mode.
That's right, following Twitter's lead, the website has introduced a visual experience that reduces glare to be far easier on the eyes.
So next time you feel like browsing your timeline in the early hours of the morning, you can do so without feeling like you're gazing into the sun.
Finally, the FDA has given emergency use authorization to the vital patch, a clinical grade monitoring system from vital connect that seeks to monitor heart issues of people undergoing treatment for COVID-19.
It can also be used to monitor patients who have recently undergone heart valve procedures, which carry serious risks during the first week of recovery.
According to VitalConnect CEO, the technology can also monitor ECG, continuous temperature, respiration rate, activity, and posture.
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