Earlier in November, two of tech’s most highest profiles were grilled (once again) by the US Congress. Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook and Jack Dorsey of Twitter faced questions from both Democrats and Republicans in an intense hearing (answered through Zoom). In the few weeks leading up to the hearing, Facebook announced that it would be takingContinue reading “GET THE ZUCC”
In the early weeks of September, at least 3.5 million acres of land had been destroyed in a forest fire that’s devastated parts of California. The cause of it? A gender reveal stunt that went terribly wrong. What was described as a “smoke generating pyrotechnic device” had been used and sparked the El Dorado fire, spreadingContinue reading “Gender Reveal [GONE WRONG], For Real”
In early September, The Trump administration announced that it would be banning the Chinese-owned mobile apps TikTok and WeChat from US app stores. This was an escalated move in the US’ tech clash with China. The restrictions were scheduled to go into effect on TikTok within the first weeks of November unless the company couldContinue reading “Trump and TikTok: Now What?”
Joe Biden wins the US presidential elections. Donald Trump still isn’t fully convinced. By the numbers, Biden’s victory was not really a landslide to say the least. However, as far as the numbers are concerned, Joe may go down as a transitional figure in the shift from Republican to Democrat. An important one to addContinue reading “Biden Wins US Presidential Elections”
Is Kanye West serious about running for president? Yes. Yes he is. As of today, Ye had already filed eligibility to run in five different states in the US. From the bat-shit-crazy things he’s said so far, #2020VISION just got real. Like, real-real. ResultsKanye qualified for ballot access in 12 different states, and sued forContinue reading “#VISION2020 Kanye Runs for US President”
According to Comparisum, Jeff Bezos’ wealth is set to increase exponentially and leapfrog the other hard contenders of the ‘soon-to-be trillionaire club’. Putting that into perspective, Bezos is now 36% richer than the British monarchy and approximately makes a rough amount of $2,480 per second (more than twice the amount the average worker in the US makes within a week). Putting that into perspective, we can probably agree that it changes all definitions of the word “rich”. Which brings us to the famous old question: Should the super rich actually be super rich?