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Indian politicians are now flocking to an unlikely “no English” social network

Indian politicians are now flocking to an unlikely “no English” social network

India’s online political battles are increasingly being fought in its many native languages—not English. As the country prepares for the 2019 general election, a number…
Brett Kavanaugh calls his testimony 'too emotional' in Wall Street Journal op-ed

Brett Kavanaugh calls his testimony 'too emotional' in Wall Street Journal op-ed

Supreme court nominee says he would be an ‘open-minded and independent’ justice as Senate vote approachesHundreds arrested at anti-Kavanaugh protest: ‘It’s time for women to be heard’ The US supreme
In search of ‘Perfect Black’: How new technology has changed how we watch TV

In search of ‘Perfect Black’: How new technology has changed how we watch TV

SPONSORED: Presented by LG Electronics When OLED televisions were first introduced to the market, the main selling point of these advanced new displays was color. OLED tech is known for the crisp,

Rejected journalist visa sparks press freedom fears in Hong Kong

There’s concern for the freedom of the press in Hong Kong after the government declined to renew the visa of a veteran Financial Times’ editor, dealing an alarming blow to the country’s thriving

Megyn Kelly’s NBC staffers can’t wait for her to leave: report

According to an insider at NBC, host Megyn Kelly is wearing out her welcome at the network having cashed in on a big contract after leaving Fox News following the Roger Ailes sexual harassment
How we roasted Donald Duck, Disney's agent of imperialism | Ariel Dorfman

How we roasted Donald Duck, Disney's agent of imperialism | Ariel Dorfman

When Ariel Dorfman co-wrote a book finding colonialist intent in the actions of a well-loved cartoon character, it got burned in Chile’s streets and earned him death threats. Now it’s back – and newly

Opinion: The five reasons I believe Apple, not Bloomberg, about the Chinese spy chip claim

Ben Lovejoy, writing for 9to5Mac, digs in to all sides of this Bloomberg said / Apple said issue, makes a compelling case to buy Apple's denials.Makes me wonder if we'll ever know the truth. And, if
Graham Norton: ‘In a world going to hell in a handcart, Ireland is a wonderful beacon’

Graham Norton: ‘In a world going to hell in a handcart, Ireland is a wonderful beacon’

The chatshow host’s new novel centres on Irish lives dominated by shame and repression. Yet, after ‘decades of darkness’, the country’s legalisation of abortion and gay marriage have made him

Conservative commentator ridicules Kavanaugh’s op-ed as a sad attempt to repair his ‘shredded reputation’

An op-ed piece written by embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh that appeared on the Wall Street Journal’s webpage late Thursday night seems to have backfired, with conservative commentator

Oddly satisfying videos

[VIDEO] These videos (the first one is embedded in the main Loop post) really click for me. There's a sense of the real world about these objects, a sense of gravity-obeying mass.∞ Read this on The
YouTube TV’s DVR now lets you fast-forward through ads on more major channels

YouTube TV’s DVR now lets you fast-forward through ads on more major channels

Since its launch, one of the top complaints about YouTube’s live TV streaming service, YouTube TV, was that its DVR feature would often default users to the video-on-demand version of the show — which
ProBeat: Your Phone wins the Windows 10 October 2018 Update

ProBeat: Your Phone wins the Windows 10 October 2018 Update

OPINION: At its “A moment of your time” event in New York City this week, Microsoft started rolling out its sixth free update to Windows 10. You can download it manually now or wait until Windows
Reelgood’s app for cord cutters adds 50+ services, personalized recommendations

Reelgood’s app for cord cutters adds 50+ services, personalized recommendations

Reelgood, a startup aimed at helping cord cutters find their next binge, is out today with its biggest update yet. The company has been developing its streaming guide over the past year to solve the
Chelsea Clinton critiques Kavanaugh in CBS interview—but sexual assault allegations aren’t mentioned

Chelsea Clinton critiques Kavanaugh in CBS interview—but sexual assault allegations aren’t mentioned

Chelsea Clinton in a “CBS This Morning” interview criticized Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh as “nakedly partisan,” but neither she nor the co-hosts mentioned sexual…
The Guardian view on Jamal Khashoggi: the missing Saudi journalist must be found | Editorial

The Guardian view on Jamal Khashoggi: the missing Saudi journalist must be found | Editorial

The disappearance of one of the kingdom’s most articulate critics is concerning at a time when the press is everywhere under threat“Many Arabs who seek freedom, equality and democracy feel defeated,”
Fears mount over Saudi journalist missing since entering consulate

Fears mount over Saudi journalist missing since entering consulate

Riyadh urged to cooperate after no news on whereabouts of critic Jamal KhashoggiThe Washington Post has published a blank column in its Friday’s print edition and a blank page on its website to

We’ve Got Another Essential Song for Your Feminist Rage Playlist

Long week? For us too. The sheer misery of the ongoing Kavanaugh drama has just amplified the horrors of the Trump administration, and we needed a song that could channel that national feminist rage

ACORN Veterans Among Those Harassing Public Officials in Kavanaugh Fight

Remember ACORN? The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2010 after a series of high-profile scandals involving undercover... Read More The post

What Spotify can learn from Tencent Music

On Tuesday, Tencent Music Entertainment filed for an IPO in the US that is expected to value it in the $25-30 billion range, on par with Spotify’s IPO in April. The filing highlights just how
Hong Kong media freedoms in spotlight as FT journalist denied visa

Hong Kong media freedoms in spotlight as FT journalist denied visa

Decision to block FT’s Asia news editor’s visa shocks international community Hong Kong has refused to renew a work visa for the Asia news editor of the Financial Times, who is also an official of the