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For the month of May, 9to5Mac has teamed up with HP to offer great deals via the company’s huge Memorial Day Sale on now. The sale has a large selection of HP’s best displays starting as low as $84, accessories, printers and more with big savings for a limited time.

Pictured above, a few of our top picks for displays include:

  • HP OMEN X 35 Curved Display $949 (Reg. $1299)
  • HP Pavilion 27Q Display $269 (Reg. $269) or Dual Display Bundle $499 (Reg. $659)
  • HP Envy 27″ Display $409 (Reg. $499) & Envy 34″ $649 (Reg. $899)
  • HP Pavilion Gaming 32 HDR Display $329 (Reg. $449)

Check out more great deals from HP below.

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Security researcher Filippo Cavallarin has publicized what he says is a way to bypass the Gatekeeper security functionality of macOS. The bypass remains unaddressed by Apple as of last week’s macOS 10.14.5 release.

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Tim Cook shows off ‘Chronicles of San Francisco’ mural with unique iPhone integration

Tim Cook took to Twitter this morning to showcase a new mural from the artist JR. Entitled “Chronicles of San Francisco,” the video mural is currently on display in San Francisco, and features unique integration with an accompanying iOS app.

WSJ: Snapchat planning to compete with TikTok, add deeper music integration

As TikTok continues to prove incredibly popular around the world, Snapchat is looking to expand its support for music. The Wall Street Journal reports that Snap is in talks with record labels to “expand the ways users can include music in posts” on Snapchat.

While Apple is a strong proponent of user privacy, a new lawsuit accuses the company of disclosing and selling certain iTunes purchase data. Bloomberg reports that Apple has been hit with a class action alleging that it discloses and sells information about iTunes listening habits.

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Apple School Manager is the cornerstone of Apple’s K–12 strategy. When Apple began to push the iPad in K–12, their tools were a little disjointed. They had the Volume Purchase Program, Device Enrollment Program, and Profile Manager built into macOS Server. expand full story

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