Google’s 2019 search trends mark a big year for Baby Yoda and ‘Endgame’

Disney captured the 2019 zeitgeist in multiple ways, according Google’s annual year in search roundup. While the streaming service is just a month old, “Disney Plus” was the top-trending search term of the year in the US, meaning it had the highest spike in traffic over a period of time.

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Crisis On Infinite Earths is the most comic book thing ever made for TV

Going to the theater now feels like going to a comic book shop. You can usually pick between Marvel or DC at the box office every summer. This extends to TV and streaming — it’s possible to have an entertainment diet made entirely of superhero media and still not get to it all.

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iOS 13.3 arrives with full support for physical security keys

Apple is releasing its new iOS 13.3 update today with a pair of big features for all compatible devices. One of those is a major security update that enables the use FIDO2-compliant USB-C, NFC, and Lightning physical security devices with Apple’s Safari browser.

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Incognito mode in Google Maps for iOS is rolling out now

Google has announced that Incognito mode for Google Maps on iOS is rolling out today. Google first announced the feature at its I/O developer conference in May, and it’s already available for Google Maps on Android. Incognito mode works a lot like it does in the Chrome browser.

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First Wonder Woman 1984 trailer reunites Gal Gadot’s superhero with Chris Pine

Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman is returning to the big screen to save the world — but this time, she’s not fighting alongside the Allies in World War I. The first trailer for Wonder Woman 1984 transports the superheroine to a decade defined by big hair, iconic musicians, and Ghostbusters.

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Montblanc numbering system

In the late 1930’s Montblanc introduced their new numbering system for pen models. This consisted of a three-digit number, sometimes with an additional letter at the end. This model number can be “read” if you know how to decode it. The third number is the size of the nib.

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Montblanc numbering system

In the late 1930’s Montblanc introduced their new numbering system for pen models. This consisted of a three-digit number, sometimes with an additional letter at the end. This model number can be “read” if you know how to decode it. The third number is the size of the nib.

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Microsoft’s redesigned Office mobile apps read text out loud

Microsoft just unveiled redesigned versions of its Outlook, OneDrive, Word, Excel and PowerPoint mobile apps. Designed with Microsoft’s Fluent Design system, the changes are meant to “take mobile productivity to the next level,” Microsoft wrote in a blog post.

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