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Trump To Block Downloads Of TikTok & WeChat On Sunday – But Every Teenager Knows How To Use VPN To Bypass It

For the time being, Donald Trump doesn’t know what to do with TikTok’s counter proposal of making Oracle its “business partner” or “trusted tech partner”. As a trusted tech partner, Oracle will manage TikTok’s U.S. user data. As a business partner, Oracle will own a minority stake that will be less than 20% of the […]

... written on Sep 19 2020

It’s Time To Stop Depending On Android – Huawei To Install Its Smartphones With Harmony OS Beginning 2021

When the U.S. Commerce Department added Huawei Technologies Co to its “entity list” in May 2019, the Chinese tech giant retaliated about 3 months later by revealing its own operating system, called HarmonyOS. The blacklist has affected Huawei’s overseas revenue, who was then the world’s No. 2 smartphone maker – ahead of Apple – but […]

... written on Sep 12 2020

History’s Shortest Bear Market – But How Can The Bull Returns So Fast Despite Ongoing Coronavirus & Struggling Businesses?

On Tuesday (August 18), the S&P 500 closed at a record 3,389.78 points – higher than the previous record of 3,386.15 recorded on February 19, 2020. The benchmark plunged from the Feb’s all-time high to a low of 2,237.40 on March 23, effectively losing 33.9% thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic. It entered a bear market […]

... written on Aug 19 2020

Trump’s Ban On WeChat Will Backfire On Apple – Chinese Users To Throw Away iPhones Without WeChat

A smartphone, no matter its brand, is as good as the apps in it. Without apps, the gadget is useless. Hence, when President Donald Trump signed an executive order last Thursday to ban yet another Chinese app – WeChat – in the U.S., all hell broke loose. Trump, desperate to win the November re-election, decided […]

... written on Aug 10 2020

Here’s Why Companies Like Facebook & Apple Had Extra Masks To Donate But Most Countries Struggle With Supply

The mask is arguably the single most sought after commodity during the current Coronavirus pandemic. The dramatic increase in demand for face masks has seen its price skyrocketed to unbelievable levels. On Amazon, a package of 20 N95 particulate respirators made by Honeywell has quintupled from US$12.40 to US$64. It is currently out of stock. […]

... written on Apr 01 2020

Financial Meltdown – In Only 6 Days, Stock Markets Lost $6 Trillion & Plunge Into Correction Territory

After Thursday (Feb 27) closing bell, the Dow Jones lost a jaw-dropping 1,190.9 points – the biggest in history. It was also the second day in the same week the index shed more than 1,000 points. On Monday, it had already plunged 1,031 points, before losing 879 points again the next day. Thursday also saw […]

... written on Feb 28 2020

China No Longer Needs U.S. Parts – Huawei Mate 30 Contains Zero American Chips

As part of the ongoing trade war with China, Donald Trump thought it would be a great idea to start a tech war with the Chinese as well. It would put tremendous pressure on President Xi Jinping to negotiate and surrender to the terms to be dictated by the United States. The target – Huawei […]

... written on Dec 04 2019

Huawei Beats Apple & Samsung – Latest Rating Revealed By This French Independent Benchmark

Made-in-China products were said to be of inferior quality. The Chinese goods were poorly manufactured because the Chinese businessmen have poor business ethics. Any products made in China were viewed as junks, fit only to be consumed by consumers from the third world countries who could not afford high quality goods.   The perception was […]

... written on Nov 27 2019

Here’s Why You Should Not Use Public USB Charging Stations – Including At The Airport

The holiday season may have already started to some parents and their kids. Naturally, gadgets would be on the top of “items to bring” list. Those devices, however, are the beasts which are forever hungry for power. Everyone seems to bring along a pack or two of power banks nowadays. But even such power banks, […]

... written on Nov 23 2019

Kowtow To China? – Cook Explains Why Apple Removed A Popular App Used By Hong Kong Protesters

Apple removed a popular app from its App Store on Thursday (Oct 10), after repeatedly flip-flopped on whether to allow the app to be used by Hong Kong protesters. At first, the iPhone maker rejected the app earlier this month, only to make a U-turn and made it available for download a few days later, before ultimately […]

... written on Oct 11 2019









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