Twitter requires all employees to work from home, new MacBooks may be coming
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earlier in the month, Twitter strongly encouraged its employees worldwide to work from home due to COVID 19 concerns.
The company has now told its employees that they are required to work from home.
Twitter also says it will continue to pay labour costs to contractors, vendors and hourly workers while the travel restrictions are in place.
According to a new report by noted Apple analyst Ming Chico, Apple will update its MacBook Pro and air computers in the second quarter.
Both will feature improved keyboards.
The MacBook Pro 13 may be replaced by a 14-inch version.
Quo also says Apple will build its own processors for new MacBook models, which could launch in late 2020 or early 2021.
Everybody's favorite video game plumber is headed into the real world with Lego Super Mario.
It's a playset where you can create a pathway for a Mario figurine to travel through.
Tapping objects can earn Mario coins.
The figurine is equipped with a speaker and tiny screens so Mario can emote Lego and Nintendo has been working on this project for four years.
No prices have been announced, but Lego Super Mario will arrive by the end of this year.
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