Apple Watch 'Family Setup': How it works, what it costs and what it won't do Apple has a new way for families to communicate with their kids without having to spring for iPhones, which could cost anywhere from starting prices of $399 to $1,100. The new "Family Setup" plan, which starts today, lets parents buy editions of the Apple Watch and tie them to their iPhone, something that hadn't been possible before when each watch had to be tied to a unique iPhone. But they don't get access to the highly touted health features of the Watch. And the purchase doesn't come cheap. Fort Walton Beach Vacation Home Rentals Fort Walton Beach Property ManagementAbout UsVacation GuideContact Us Hours Mon - Fri: 9AM - 5:30PM Sat, Sun: 8AM - 3PM Emergency: 24x7 Fort Walton Beach Vacation Property Management Services in Florida iTrip Vacations Fort Walton Beach serves vacation rental homeowners in Okaloosa County, including Okaloosa Island. Homeowners who list with iTrip receive:
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Facebook bans 'Roger Stone disinformation network' Image copyright Reuters Facebook has removed a disinformation network it says was linked to "Roger Stone and his associates". Mr Stone was a long-time political strategist and is an ally of US President Donald Trump. He was convicted of lying to Congress in 2019. He has denied involvement with the misinformation network. Treasury Department withheld nearly $4 million from FDNY 9/11 health program, says NYC is responsible for federal debts The letter states the city was provided with a detailed accounting of all debts since 2004, but the letter does not detail them. "New York City firefighters are waiting on Secretary Mnuchin to act," a spokesperson for the mayor told CNN. "If the Trump administration supports first responders and the fearless men and women who keep Americans safe, then it's time for them to prove it." The move comes after letters from New York Rep. Peter King last month showed that, by early September, the Treasury Department had withheld approximately $1.5 million from the health care program this year to that point.