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Walmart and Sam’s Club to require masks nationwide starting July 20 as COVID-19 cases rise – USA TODAY

Walmart and Sam’s Club will start requiring masks at stores and clubs nationwide starting Monday, July 20, the company announced Wednesday.

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Businesses and cities across the country are requiring people to wear masks, which some people say infringe upon their individual rights.
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Walmart and Sam’s Club will start requiring masks at stores and clubs nationwide starting Monday, July 20, the company announced Wednesday.
“We know some people have differing opinions on this topic. We also recognize the role we can play to help protect the health and well-being of the communities we serve by following the evolving guidance of he…

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Zoom announces a $599 touchscreen device for remote workers – The Verge

Zoom has announced a new touchscreen device designed to help with remote work. The appliance, called Zoom For Home — DTEN ME, will cost $599 and ship in August.

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Zoom, whose user base exploded with the onset of COVID-19, is expanding into hardware. The company has announced a new touchscreen device designed to help with remote work. The appliance, called Zoom For Home DTEN ME, will cost $599 and will ship in August.
The DTEN ME is a 27-inch touchscreen device with three smart webcams and eight noise-reducing microphones built in, and it comes preloaded with the Zoom software. Zoom isnt actually buil…

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Back-to-school spending could hit a record as parents buy costly technology for kids at home – CNBC

Back-to-school spending could hit a record this year, according to the retail industry’s biggest trade association, as parents are looking to spend more on expensive technology if their kids are stuck learning at home due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Parents may not yet know whether their children will be sitting in a classroom, or at the dining room table, when classes resume later this year. 
But after many schools were forced shut by the coronavirus pandemic in the spring, they’re undoubtedly looking at back-to-school supplies a bit differently in 2020. 
The result of the shift: Spending is predicted to hit a record this back-to-school season, as parents stock up on expensive technology like laptops, tablets and headphones. 
Parents of…

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