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Google's AI Assistant

Speaking of dystopian developments lately, Goggle's AI assistant can now give you good-comforting news on demand, provided you live in the United States.  If you need something happy, as in positive, in your life, and you're sick of reading depressing news-headlines, Google's AI assistant has you c...

facebook

According to a Washington Post report, Facebook is secretly assigning its users a reputation score, which is eerily similar to China's famous Social Credit system. The latter is used by Chicoms to assign a "social rating" to each Chinese citizen. The social rating is based on the Chinese government ...

Pokemon go

As the title reads, if you have root access on your droid, you'll no longer be capable of playing Pokemon GO. Yes, that sucks. There's no other way to put it. Basically, if your second job is Pokemon trainer, you should try Uber instead. Niantic announced recently their zero policy with regard to...

Huawei caught cheating

Today's breaking news is about the Chinese tech giant Huawei caught cheating in regard to a video ad that was created and distributed for "Egypt consumption". Joke aside, things are as serious as a heart attack, as Huawei apparently used a DSLR camera to create and distribute a video ad about the  ...

nokia 9

According to a teaser via Nokia's official mobile-Twitter account, the company's upcoming flagship Nokia 9 may be launched as soon as August 21. This Tuesday, that is. I know, there's a little click-bait in the article's title, as we don't actually know exactly what smartphone is to be unveiled two ...

free press

We are living in interesting times, as this week we've seen the mainstream media, also known as legacy media, stressing the importance of having a free press while working hard at destroying what's left of it. In case you didn't notice, the Boston Globe  organized more than 300 US based newspapers ...

twitter leans left

Here's Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitting to CNN host Brian Stelter that Twitter's employees are largely leaning left (I wonder why), yet they somehow don't discriminate against any political viewpoint: https://twitter.com/brianstelter/status/1030928070050381824 The full interview will air on S...

Trump blasts social media

In a typical Twitter storm on Saturday, President Trump blasted social media censorship which, let me quote, is actively discriminating against Republican/Conservative voices. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1030777074959757313 https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/103077941297...

Big Brother is Always Watching: Google Admits it Tracks Users

Yes, those crazy tin foil hat conspiracy theories are now revealed to be conspiracy facts, as Google just admitted it tracks users even if location/location history is turned off. Which means Big Brother "don't be evil, do no evil" is always watching over your shoulder. The admission came after ...

6 Things to Watch for in Your Cell Phone Contract

Cellphones. We use them for everything these days. It seems like you just can't live without one. However, you can make sure that you get the best deal on the cellphone that's right for you. Let's talk about what you should look out for when entering a cellphone contract. Provider Reliability Bef...

gold iphone xs

Yeah, you got that right, there's going to be a solid gold iPhone Xs courtesy of Goldgenie, a company specialized in taking rich people for the proverbial ride. I am just kidding a little bit, but Goldgenie is now taking deposits for an iPhone that doesn't exist just yet. The thing is, as far as I k...

Bitcoin Crash Prompts Suicide Concerns

The Bitcoin crash and the fading crypto currency market generally speaking, which are both in the red this week, are now raising suicide concerns among crypto-aficionados. Judging from one of the most popular sub-Reddits, the losses of the 20 largest cryptocurrencies on Tuesday made the top trending...

facebook

According to a report via Common Dreams, a top Facebook executive, Campbell Brown respectively, warned news outlets during a closed-door meeting that if they refuse to "cooperate" (whatever that means in new-speak) with the social media behemoth in its efforts to, let me quote, "revitalize journa...

CNN accuses alex jones of terrorism

According to CNN's Rafia Zakaria, an opinion-contributor of sorts, Alex Jones getting banned from a variety of internet-platforms is just the first step made by big-tech towards criminalizing hate speech, whatever that means, as a form of terrorism. From CNN, "Rafia Zakaria: It's an important st...

russian hackers

According to top security US officials, an unspecified number of routers found in homes all over the US (in the hundreds of thousands, nota bene) are infected with malware, courtesy of the Russian military. The presence of Russian malware on routers owned by Americans has been revealed since last Ma...

google

As per a Wall Street Journal report, Google is looking to provide tools to app developers, advertisers and manufacturers in China, as the company prepares for a potentially huge expansion in world's biggest market. Even if Google's search engine and email service are still blocked in communist China...

huawei mocks samsung

Just as Samsung is currently engaged in a marketing campaign aimed at mocking Apple via their new Galaxy Note 9 flagship, Huawei mocks Samsung's high-end gear, using basically the same tactics. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jd-FKm27IWE   The Chinese tech giant is calling Samsung's cu...

The Solution to Internet Censorship by Big Tech

In the aftermath of the big-tech crackdown on free speech (big internet-heroes like Alex Jones and Gavin McInnes  were banned/deplatformed recently, and so many others in the past), people seem to be fascinated by the magic "government intervention" solution to internet censorship. Basically, polit...

facebook

According to a recent study performed by SimilarWeb, a market research company,  the amount of Facebook internet traffic from the United States has plummeted since 2016. This is from  CNBC : Four billion. That, according to a new study shared with CNBC by market research firm SimilarWeb, is how...

social credit system

If you are not familiar with communist China's Orwellian social credit system for its subjects, check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8py8fBI7wLY The aforementioned social credit system that works via a credit score for Chinese citizens was made possible by the communist govern...

Govt Takeover of Internet

This is not a joke, unfortunately, but Democrats' idea about regulating "digital platforms" via what can be best described as a govt takeover of internet.  The proposal is as serious as it gets, according to a leaked memo circulated among Senate DEMs. The respective memo contains all sorts of crazy...

Android 9 Pie

The next major version of Android was officially released by Google today, and what do you know, it's Android 9 Pie, with the pie definitely not being apple-pie (pun intended). Better than fresh baked pie, right? That's Android 9 Pie for you baby. The update is already available for download if you ...

social media

According to a senior research fellow at Oxford University, Baroness Susan Greenfield respectively, video games and social media are contributing to a generation of children with the emotional and mental immaturity of 3 year olds. Mind you, Baroness Susan Greenfield is one of Britain's most respec...

YouTube bans Infowars

Alex Jones' Infowars website was banned on Monday from what can be easily described as corporate monopoly services, including YouTube, Apple, Facebook and Spotify. Twitter still has them on for whatever strange reason. https://twitter.com/Rambobiggs/status/1026496214441893888 There must be a l...

wells fargo

Hundreds of Wells Fargo customers had lost their homes, as the bank foreclosed on loans due to what has been described as a computer glitch. Basically, Wells Fargo's software automatically (so they claim) denied customers mortgage modifications, and an untold number of customers ended up with their ...

Candace Owens suspended by Twitter

If you're not Mr. Current Affairs, let me bring you up to date real quick: the New York Times announced earlier this week their newest addition to the newspaper's editorial board: an Asian (South-Korean) chick named Sarah Jeong. Sarah worked previously for The Verge before jumping ship to the NYT. ...

Asphalt 9 Legends For Android is finally here. If you're a hard core mobile-gamer (provided there is such a creature), you probably know that the original Asphalt debuted 14 years ago, and it was launched on Nokia N-Gage platform. Back in the day, Nokia was king. Those were the days...and people ten...

Bird Drones to Spy Citizens

Good news for Orwell fans from China, as according to the South China Morning Post, the communist regime is currently building an armada of bird drones to spy citizens. Basically, if you're a Chinese guy or girl, and you see a pretty little bird nearby while you're sipping tea in the park on the be...

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