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Where the coronavirus pandemic is hitting hardest

Coronavirus cases are quickly spreading in Arizona, a handful of southern and western states and, ominously, Oklahoma — the planned site of President Trump's controversial rally this weekend.Why it matters: Once community spread takes off, cases can begin to increase exponentially.The big picture: “We’re at a point where there are warning signs going off, and…

The budget strain of the George Floyd protests

Cities and states have spent millions of dollars on police overtime over the past few weeks during the Black Lives Matter protests.Why it matters: Government budgets already were under severe strain from coronavirus shutdowns, due to steep tax revenue declines, and these extra expenses could make it even more difficult to meet obligations. By the…

“No advantage”: The WHO halts hydroxychloroquine trials on coronavirus clients

The World Health Organization has announced that it has stopped trials examining the potential of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for the novel coronavirus after its multi-country trials showed "no benefit."The big picture: The WHO paused last month tests of the anti-malarial drug after a review published in The Lancet stated potentially fatal health problems. It…

Ohio started reopening 6 weeks earlier, however hasn’t seen a coronavirus case surge. Why not?

CLOSE There are "four C's" to help keep you safe from coronavirus. Get to know what those are. Cincinnati EnquirerCOLUMBUS, Ohio – As several states start to see a surge in COVID-19 cases since reopening, Ohio has not.Ohio has gradually lifted its stay-at-home order over the past six weeks. The result: a plateau in newly reported…

Which league’s title has the biggest asterisk due to the coronavirus shutdown?

This is the online version of our daily newsletter, The Morning Win. Subscribe to get irreverent and incisive sports stories, delivered to your mailbox every morning. Despite spiking coronavirus numbers and social unrest around the world, sports are slowly but surely coming back. The Premier League resumed play in England on Wednesday, MLB and MLBPA are reportedly making…

Dell now lets you control iPhones from its PCs

If you’re an iPhone user with a contemporary Dell computer, you can now mirror your phone’s screen to your PC and control it using Dell’s Mobile Connect app Variation 3 of the iOS app lets you control your phone utilizing your PC’s keyboard and mouse, and you can likewise drag and drop image and video files to transfer them between the 2 devices.

The functions, which were first announced at CES previously this year, brings the app’s iPhone functionality more into line with what it currently offers on Android, where it has supported these features for a couple of years now Dell’s site notes that file transfers on iOS are limited to pictures and videos, for example, while Android supports music and documents.

Along with the brand-new iOS performance, Dell says Android users will now be able to use their computer systems to send MMS files from their smartphones.

Dell isn’t the only business that’s working on letting you manage your phone utilizing your Windows PC. Last year Microsoft updated its Android app with the capability to route calls from your phone to your PC, and is also testing similar screen matching performance to what Dell offers. Huawei also has its own variation of the innovation that will likewise work with its tablets, but it’s entirely limited to Huawei hardware.

In order to utilize Dell’s new app, you’ll need to own a Dell laptop from 2018 or later on, and your iPhone needs to be running iOS 11 or above. Supported Dell laptop computer varieties include its XPS, Inspiron, Vostro, Alienware, and the G Series.

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Where the coronavirus pandemic is hitting hardest

Coronavirus cases are quickly spreading in Arizona, a handful of southern and western states and, ominously, Oklahoma — the planned site of President Trump's controversial rally this weekend.Why it matters: Once community spread takes off, cases can begin to increase exponentially.The big picture: “We’re at a point where there are warning signs going off, and…

The budget strain of the George Floyd protests

Cities and states have spent millions of dollars on police overtime over the past few weeks during the Black Lives Matter protests.Why it matters: Government budgets already were under severe strain from coronavirus shutdowns, due to steep tax revenue declines, and these extra expenses could make it even more difficult to meet obligations. By the…

“No advantage”: The WHO halts hydroxychloroquine trials on coronavirus clients

The World Health Organization has announced that it has stopped trials examining the potential of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for the novel coronavirus after its multi-country trials showed "no benefit."The big picture: The WHO paused last month tests of the anti-malarial drug after a review published in The Lancet stated potentially fatal health problems. It…

Ohio started reopening 6 weeks earlier, however hasn’t seen a coronavirus case surge. Why not?

CLOSE There are "four C's" to help keep you safe from coronavirus. Get to know what those are. Cincinnati EnquirerCOLUMBUS, Ohio – As several states start to see a surge in COVID-19 cases since reopening, Ohio has not.Ohio has gradually lifted its stay-at-home order over the past six weeks. The result: a plateau in newly reported…

Latest Posts

Where the coronavirus pandemic is hitting hardest

Coronavirus cases are quickly spreading in Arizona, a handful of southern and western states and, ominously, Oklahoma — the planned site of President Trump's controversial rally this weekend.Why it matters: Once community spread takes off, cases can begin to increase exponentially.The big picture: “We’re at a point where there are warning signs going off, and…

The budget strain of the George Floyd protests

Cities and states have spent millions of dollars on police overtime over the past few weeks during the Black Lives Matter protests.Why it matters: Government budgets already were under severe strain from coronavirus shutdowns, due to steep tax revenue declines, and these extra expenses could make it even more difficult to meet obligations. By the…

“No advantage”: The WHO halts hydroxychloroquine trials on coronavirus clients

The World Health Organization has announced that it has stopped trials examining the potential of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for the novel coronavirus after its multi-country trials showed "no benefit."The big picture: The WHO paused last month tests of the anti-malarial drug after a review published in The Lancet stated potentially fatal health problems. It…

Ohio started reopening 6 weeks earlier, however hasn’t seen a coronavirus case surge. Why not?

CLOSE There are "four C's" to help keep you safe from coronavirus. Get to know what those are. Cincinnati EnquirerCOLUMBUS, Ohio – As several states start to see a surge in COVID-19 cases since reopening, Ohio has not.Ohio has gradually lifted its stay-at-home order over the past six weeks. The result: a plateau in newly reported…