November 16, 2019
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Bitcoin Hater Peter Schiff Is the Gold Bug Who Cried Wolf

Bitcoin Hater Peter Schiff Is the Gold Bug Who Cried Wolf
Peter Schiff is once again making apocalyptic bitcoin price predictions. This isn’t the first time the famous gold bug has sounded the alarm on the crypto market. Are crypto investors right to treat him like the boy who cried wolf? Peter Schiff has remained active on Twitter lately, chiming in on the Fed’s ballooning balance…

Netflix CEO defends censoring anti-government video in Saudi Arabia

Netflix CEO defends censoring anti-government video in Saudi Arabia
How would a patriot act? — "We're not in the news business," Reed Hastings said. "We're trying to entertain." Timothy B. Lee - Nov 7, 2019 9:35 pm UTC Enlarge / Comedian Hasan Minhaj in 2019. As 2019 began, Netflix suppressed an episode of comedian Hasan Minhaj's show Patriot Act for the Saudi Arabian market,…

FCC formally approves the T-Mobile-Sprint merger

FCC formally approves the T-Mobile-Sprint merger
The FCC believes the deal will close the digital divide and advance 5G in the US. T-Mobile and Sprint have committed to deploying 5G service to cover 97 percent of Americans within three years. They've also pledged to provide 90 percent of Americans with access to mobile service with speeds of at least 100 Mbps…

Your Microsoft Windows 10 PC could look massively outdated this week

Your Microsoft Windows 10 PC could look massively outdated this week
Express. Home of the Daily and Sunday Express. Microsoft device then now could be a good time to upgrade.The US technology firm announced a swathe of new Windows 10-powered devices earlier this month and some are set to go on sale later this week.The refreshed products include new laptops, 2-in-1 tablets and even a smartphone.And…

Dementia poses threat to health similar to HIV and Aids, summit...

Dementia poses threat to health similar to HIV and Aids, summit told
Dementia poses a threat to global health on the same scale as HIV and Aids, the Dutch government has said, warning that the number of people with the condition will not be far off the population of Germany by 2030. In a speech to the World Dementia Council summit in Japan on Friday, Hugo de…

Motorola teases its foldable RAZR phone reveal for November 13th

Motorola teases its foldable RAZR phone reveal for November 13th
We heard early this year that Motorola would be bringing back its iconic RAZR handset as a pricy smartphone with a vertically folding screen, and in February the company confirmed it was working on a foldable for this year. Now, as CNET reports, the company has sent out invites for a November 13th event that…

Google gives its Android office apps a fresher, more consistent look

Google gives its Android office apps a fresher, more consistent look
Source: G Suite Updates Coverage: Google Play (Docs), (Sheets), (Slides) In this article: android, app, docs, g suite, gear, google, google docs, google sheets, google slides, internet, mobile, productivity, sheets, slides, smartphone All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links.…

NASA fears if they find proof of inhabitants on the planet...

NASA fears if they find proof of inhabitants on the planet people may not be mentally prepared
Humans aren't ready to accept there's life on Mars': NASA's chief scientist fears that if the 2020 Rover finds proof of inhabitants on the red planet people may not be mentally prepared to handle the revelation'It will start a whole new line of thinking,' NASA's Jim Green saysIf there is evidence of past of life,…

The Origins of Political Correctness

INFERNO on Liberty and Tyranny and that's the last I'll mention of it.I promise, lol. The Origins of Political Correctness" is one of the best...

One of the Best Articles I’ve Ever Read

As I’ve said in the past, David Horowitz is one of the most important conservatives alive. I love his work.period and it largely opened...

Catfights over Handbags and Tears in the Toilets

Finally got around to making a few videos concerning Samantha Brick’s excellent article, “Catfights over handbags and tears in the toilets. When this producer...

Entrapped in the Labyrinth: An Interview with Harvey Silverglate

Longtime lawyer and writer Harvey Silverglate is the author of Three Felonies a Day: How the Feds Target the Innocent. Previously, he co-authored, The...