Business Stories from June 27, 2020
Pandemic internet aid is ending, but digital divide remainsJun 27, 2020 6:00 AM - Earlier this year, Charter, Comcast, AT&T and others began providing free internet. Now, several of those programs are set to end -- a looming expiration that, if left unaddressed, threatens to unravel a precarious thread of the social safety net.
New from Apple at WWDC: Hand washing alerts, iPhone widgets and privacy 'nutrition labels'Jun 27, 2020 6:24 AM - Coming this fall, your Apple gear will look a little different. The iPhone home screen will look more like an Android phone. The Mac will look kind of like you're running an iPad. And the Apple Watch will even nudge you to spend longer washing your hands.
Why it's time to consider a smart lockJun 27, 2020 7:00 AM - In this brave new era of social distancing and sheltering at home, safety and security are increasingly on the minds of homeowners -- and for good reason. We're trying to limit the number of dirty surfaces we touch. And our partners and children are working, studying and spending more time at home, which can be concerning if we can't be present with them.
Wooden floors are not common elementsJun 27, 2020 7:00 AM - Q: The plat of survey for our condominium association provides that the perimeter walls, floors and ceilings are the boundaries of the units. Most of the units have wood floors. Are the wood floors part of the units, or the common elements?
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