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Intel’s Kowtowing To China Shows Biden Needs A Tougher Stance

Intel joined a long line of American companies last week by apologizing to China after its letter to suppliers drew backlash from Chinese state media and nationalist Chinese netizens.  Intel recently sent a letter to suppliers advising them not to source from Xinjiang, a region where the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has committed genocide against Uyghur Muslims and other minorities, including mass…

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Diplomatic Boycott Of Olympics Shows Biden’s Weakness On China

The Biden administration announced it will hold a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, meaning U.S. athletes will still attend and compete, but the U.S. government won’t send any officials. The Chinese government vowed to retaliate. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said the Biden administration made the decision due to China’s ongoing human rights violations. Activists and human…

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‘The Morning Show’ Isn’t Bad, But It’s The Best Apple Can Do

Before “Ted Lasso” took off, Apple saw “The Morning Show” as the crown jewel of its pitch to consumers. When Apple TV+ launched last fall, smack in the middle of the streaming wars, “TMS” was its centerpiece. Some critics felt that focus was misplaced. I didn’t get around to watching “The Morning Show” until this year. It seemed exhausting and…

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Apple TV Hopes To Make The Next ‘Game Of Thrones’ Out Of Isaac Asimov’s ‘Foundation’

Apple TV+ has been on the hunt for its own serialized fantasy drama to compete with HBO’s adaptation of “Game of Thrones,” and it may have just found it in bringing Isaac Asimov’s “Foundation” to their streaming platform. If successful, it’ll be an impressive feat for a creative property once considered “unfilmable.” Ever since “Game of Thrones” redefined serialized fantasy…

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iPhone 13 event LIVE: Apple iOS smartphone price rumours plus bigger battery, storage & new colour range expected

APPLE RUMBLE I’m Sean Keach, The Sun’s Technology Editor, and I’ll be blogging you through today’s Apple event. We’re expecting loads of news – this is a big showcase of Apple products. Chief among them is the rumoured iPhone 13, which will be high on Christmas lists for 2021. We’re expecting them to support 5G, come with expanded storage, new…

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Apple issues emergency software update after huge security breach allows iPhones to be HACKED without any user action

APPLE issued an emergency software update after a huge security breach was found to allow iPhones to be hacked without any user action. A series of emergency security updates were released on Monday after researchers said a system flaw allowed spyware from a hacker-for-hire firm to directly infect the iPhone of a Saudi activist. 1 Apple issued an emergency update…

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Domenech: America’s Top General Mark Milley Cloaks His Leadership Failures With Woke Politics

Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech discussed Gen. Mark Milley and the increasingly partisan nature of the U.S. military on Fox News Monday evening. The top official made headlines last week when he showed contempt for congressional Republicans questioning him on critical race theory’s infiltration of the armed forces. “General Milley’s record of achievements, such as they are, include episodes of profound…

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The Attorney General Challenging Google’s Monopolistic Censorship Explains His Case

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost believes Google is a monopoly that should be treated accordingly. Earlier this month, he filed a lawsuit to have Google declared a common carrier (or public utility) under state law. Yost and I spoke about the lawsuit and the monopolistic role of Big Tech, particularly Google, in American life. Here’s what we discussed, in an…

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Divergence Between Reps. Jim Jordan, Ken Buck Illustrates Conservative Divide On Tech

Two top House Republicans among big tech’s thorniest adversaries in Washington remain starkly divided on how to rein in Silicon Valley’s empire. Earlier this month, a group of bipartisan lawmakers led by Rhode Island Democrat Rep. David Cicilline and Colorado Republican Ken Buck — who serve as chair and ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial,…

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Disinterest In Hunter Biden’s Racial Slurs Reveals The Moral Bankruptcy Of Virtue-Signaling Elites

The following is a transcript of my radar on Thursday’s edition of “Rising” on Hill TV. About a month ago, Apple booted Antonio Garcia Martinez, author of “Chaos Monkeys,” after a group of employees circulated a letter claiming to be “profoundly distraught” by his hiring. They ripped a few passages from the book out of context to cast him as…

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5 New Big Tech Antitrust Bills Are A ‘Put Up Or Shut Up’ Moment For Republicans

On Friday the House Judiciary Committee’s subcommittee on antitrust introduced five bills designed to address the findings of their 16-month investigation into Apple, Amazon, Google, and Facebook. The legislation, introduced with various Republican cosponsors, represents the first comprehensive legislative effort to address the dominant market power and potentially anti-competitive practices of the major Big Tech companies. The “techlash,” in other…

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