Apple, Inc. Still Promoting Left-Wing Propaganda With Its News App
I mentioned last week that Apple’s new News app on iOS 9.0 is promoting a bunch of leftwing sources. I refused to subscribe to any of them. Nonetheless, this morning I opened the News app and was confronted with the top story. It was from Vox, the leftwing playground that “explains” the news to make liberals feel secure. I never subscribed to Vox and beyond | Read More »
Apple, Inc. Has Little Interest in Conservative News Voices
I knew this was going to happen. I wrote about it a few weeks ago. It was my impression that Apple, in preparing a news service, would set it up in such a way as to make right-wing and orthodox Christian voices disappear. Sure enough. I just set up Apple News on my iPad. Here is the start screen. So we have the left-wing New | Read More »
It’s time for Tim Cook and Apple to stand up for homosexual rights in China
Tim Cook has become a vocal activist in recent years, taking his role in charge of Apple and using to promote his personal point of view on issues. He’s using that role to attack the state of Indiana for a political decision he disagreed with. However Indiana (population 6.5 million) is small potatoes. The fact that they don’t have a law specifically banning discrimination against | Read More »
Apple’s Tim Cook is dangerous and a flaming hypocrite
Ordinarily I wouldn’t concern myself with what some billionaire far-left oligarch thinks. Usually, they don’t think about much beyond making money and having millions of people they neither know or respect suck up to them. Apple’s Steve Jobs made a career of this type of self-important asshattery. His successor, Tim Cook is no different. Weighing in on the Indiana RFRA law signed by Governor Mike | Read More »
Big February Jobs Report and Apple is Added to the Dow
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the February jobs report, the story told by the raw numbers and Apple replacing AT&T in the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
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Hillary Clinton STARTED OFF as the villain. How does she plan to become the hero?
If Hillary Clinton wants to run with Obama and not against him, she will have to run against herself.
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A Lot of You Would Be Angry Were It the Opposite
Apple has broken off a relationship with a lobbyist in Alabama because the lobbyist opposes gay marriage. The lobbyist, former state representative Jay Love, had been lobbying Alabama on behalf of Apple. But no more. Full disclosure: I own a lot of Apple stock and do my best to deprive non-Apple technology into my home. Apple has every right to do business with whom it | Read More »
Tech at Night: The Government should not be allowed to make us less secure
Barack Obama’s FBI director, James Comey, was previously featured in this space for his declaration that he’s troubled, that Americans would be able to take proactive measures to encrypt their own data, in ways the FBI couldn’t read at will. He tried to intimidate and bully Apple and Google into avoiding adding effective cryptography to iOS and Android. This is important because it’s only effective | Read More »
Tech at Night: The government wants your data protected, except when it doesn’t.
Sometimes the government cheers the idea that your data is being protected from the bad guys. Other times, the government grumbles and complains. It turns out they’re fine with your data being at risk, as long as it means government can get to it whenever it wants. Funny, that.
Apple and Google make the right decision on privacy
Last Thursday, FBI Director James B. Comey had a bit of a hissy fit over the news that Apple and Google are outfitting their phone operating systems with encryption that will be virtually impossible to break: FBI Director James B. Comey sharply criticized Apple and Google on Thursday for developing forms of smartphone encryption so secure that law enforcement officials cannot easily gain access to | Read More »
How the Worm Crawls Into the Apple
Once They Get In It’s Over. You can put a fork in Silicon Valley. They are done. Jesse “King of Beers” Jackson has his talons in their tills and they have maybe, at best, 10 more years in which they will be a positive and innovative source of American technological advance. He informs us that ”Hi-tech giants have a moral and | Read More »
, Apple Computer
, Jesse Jackson
, King of Beers
, Man In The Mirror
, michael jackson
, silicon valley
, Tim Cook
Tech at Night: Your phone calls and texts were never secure.
Sometimes, we forget just how little privacy we have against a determined attacker. So often we rely just on the fact that we believe our communications are of so little importance, that nobody will take the effort to try to snoop on us.
So once in a while we get concerned, when we hear about some sort of mass snooping, that means no extra effort has to be engaged to read our own individual, personal data. Then we want to assign blame, as though this mass snooping caused our lack of privacy.
We need to fix this muddled thinking and understand the limits of our privacy.
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Tim Cook’s Apple
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the death of a maestro, the government bond racket and Tim Cook’s Apple.
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Tech at Night: The Obama FCC meets, and is pretty terrible.
So the European Union has invented a “right to be forgotten”, that is forcing Google to censor its results. Given the history of Nazi war criminals trying desperately to be forgotten, this is an odd thing for the EU to be doing.
While they are opt-out, a rare thing when it comes to government, UK government censorship of the Internet exists, and nobody’s doing a thing about it at this point.
but the big story this week was the FCC meeting. It was pretty terrible, over all. A lot more on that after the jump.
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Tags: Ajit Pai
, Incentive Auctions
, Lee Terry
, Mike O'Rielly
, Net Neutrality
, Patent Trolls
, Phone Kill Switch
, Picking winners and losers
, Right to be Forgotten
, Tech at Night
, Title II Reclassification
, Tom Wheeler
Apple’s Bid for Beats
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss Apple’s potential purchase of Beats, Janet Yellen’s testimony on Capitol Hill and Timmy Geithner.
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