There’s a major new release of Magisk, a tool for customizing and controlling rooted Android devices. After previewing a bunch of new features coming to the open source Thunderbird email client last month, the developers have released a public beta. Apple is following Google’s lead and cleaning up reactions in chats between iMessage and SMS users. And more details are emerging about the Apple M2 processor that was unveiled this week.

Here’s a roundup of recent tech news from around the web.

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