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Apple CEO Tim Cook says new services coming this year, talks iPhone XR 'flop,' morerobbyx said:NY1822 said:what new services do you guys think Apple should get into?
Apple reportedly acquires AI startup Silk LabsSpamSandwich said:What am I looking at here? A block of wood?
It’s the “New BendGate” controversy.😏
Apple joins other tech giants denouncing Australia encryption backdoor proposalsmattinoz said:Hopefully the Illegitimacy of the current Australian government and the Ministers driving this change will be exposed before passes, but it will come down to the wire.If Apple want to be effective on this they need to in the face of the cross-bench and educate them how dangerous such a move will be.
The response from the public will be swift and harsh and not towards Apple. This government is already badly on the nose and a move like this would be received just the way the Tech companies would want it to be, and with an election just around the corner it might help to solve a few othe things as well.
Cable & ISP groups sue to block California's net neutrality protectionsboltsfan17 said:lkrupp said:The U.S. DOJ has also filed suit against California. This is not about net neutrality per se (it is of course) but who has the authority to regulate. If each state were allowed to set up its own net neutrality rules there would be utter chaos on the Internet. That’s why the power to regulate commerce is given to the Federal government by the Constitution, not individual states. You may be for net neutrality or against it but it’s the Feds that should be making those rules, not individual states. If you are a net neutrality supporter then wait for your much touted Blue Wave in November. If you don’t support it then hope the new Congress is not veto proof. Personally I see this not being resolved until 2020 at the earliest. Obama created net neutrality by presidential edict. Trump abolished it by presidential edict. That’s not how it’s supposed to work. This is Congress's job and they should decide one way or the other by passing legislation.