10 THINGS IN TECH YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY

Disney / The Lion King screencap Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Thursday. Apple's highly anticipated $6,000 Mac is finally launching in December. It's a redesign from the previous "trashcan" model that Apple power users have been working with since June 2013, and this time, it's modular. Facebook spent the second half of 2016 trying to buy Musical.ly, the Chinese lip-syncing app that would merge into TikTok. Accord...

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