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Super Micro: Audit found no spy chips in motherboards
An outside auditor couldn't find evidence of supposed Chinese spy chips implanted in Super Micro motherboards, either current or sold to Apple and Amazon.
Dershowitz: Media, Dems Would Call Investigation 'Witch Hunt' if Clinton Paid Off Paula Jones
Monday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” retired Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz argued if the circumstances were that the current controversy involving President Donald Trump was
'The Guardians': Time's 2018 'Person of Year' Is Persecuted Journalists
Time selected "The Guardians and the War on Truth" — a group of imprisoned and killed journalists — as the magazine's 2018 "person of the year."
InVision raises $115 million for digital product prototyping platform
InVision, a digital design platform for prototyping software products, has raised $115 million in a series F round of funding led by Spark Capital.
Firefox 64 arrives with feature recommender, multiple tab organization, and better scrolling on Android
Mozilla has released Firefox 64 with a Contextual Feature Recommender (CFR), multiple tab organization, and better scrolling on Android.
Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ named most-streamed Classic Rock song of all time
Variety: Today (Dec. 10), the original song and official video for “Bohemian Rhapsody,” taken from the group’s 1975 album “A Night at the Opera,” surpassed 1.6 billion streams globally across all
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Giphy for iOS gets keyboard integration and sticker maker, reveals TapSlash acquisition from early 2018
Popular GIF search engine Giphy is rolling out deeper integration with iPhone keyboards, along with a new tool for making stickers.
Podcast: The New Conservative Media Empire
Jon Miller, the White House correspondent for the new Blaze Media, joins us to discuss the new venture’s reach and goals, as well as what... Read More The post Podcast: The New Conservative Media
Gavin McInnes Blacklisted from YouTube for 'Copyright Infringement'
Gavin McInnes, a founder of Vice magazine and the right-wing group the Proud Boys, has been banned from YouTube for "copyright infringement."
Google CEO admits company must better address the spread of conspiracy theories on YouTube
Google CEO Sundar Pichai admitted today that YouTube needs to do better in dealing with conspiracy content on its site that can lead to real-world violence. During his testimony on Tuesday before the
Kathie Lee Gifford to Leave 'Today' Show in April
NBC's Today Show co-host Kathie Lee Gifford announced Tuesday that she will leave the network's flagship morning program in April.
Roger Ailes 'Divide and Conquer' Doc Earns Less Than $19K
A documentary film about the late Fox News founder and Chairman Roger Ailes earned a meager $18,833 in its opening weekend, according to ComScore data first reported by The Hollywood Reporter.
Major Media Outlets Do 180-Turnaround on George H.W. Bush After His Passing
Before George H.W. Bush fades from memory into the darkness of history books, one more point needs to be made. It is about the contrast... Read More The post Major Media Outlets Do 180-Turnaround on
The Scott Walker Years: Taxpayer-Centered Reforms in Wisconsin
MADISON, Wisconsin—As crowds swelled inside and outside the state Capitol and protesters sprayed Republicans with spit, insults, and hatred, Gov. Scott Walker could be forgiven... Read More The post
Stormy Daniels Ordered to Pay Trump $293,000 in Legal Fees
A federal judge in Los Angeles ordered pornographic actress Stormy Daniels on Tuesday to pay $293,000 for President Donald Trump's lawyers' fees and $1000 in sanctions following an unsuccessful
Podcast industry aims to better track listeners through new analytics tech called RAD
Internet users are already being tracked to death, with ads that follow us around, search histories that are collected and stored, emails that report back to senders when they’ve been read, websites
Time Snubs Turkey, World's Worst Jailer of Journalists, in 'Person of the Year' Honor
Time magazine unveiled the world's persecuted journalists, with special honors going to slain Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi, as its persons of the year for 2018. Escaping its analysis of imprisoned
Time ‘Person of the Year’ Venerates Khashoggi, Downplays Media Oppression in China
Time announced its “Person of the Year” award on Tuesday, presenting it to a clumsily-named entity called “The Guardians and the War on Truth.”
'I struggle without him': wife of jailed Reuters reporter marks grim milestone
Imprisoned in Myanmar after investigating the Rohingya crisis, Wa Lone has met his infant daughter just twice in the 12 months he has been behind barsIn late October, in a meeting room inside Yangon’s
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NYT Writer: Cancel Holiday Office Parties So Women Avoid Sexual Harassment
“Why are we having holiday parties at all?” complained Weiner to Gayle King on Monday morning. “Wouldn’t you rather have an extra $100 in your paycheck than have to put on the Spanx, put on the heels,