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China’s Bullying Is Becoming a Danger to the World and Itself

Ever since Deng Xiaoping opened China to the world in the late 1970s, many in the West wanted to see the country succeed, because we thought China — despite its brutal authoritarian political structure — was on a path to a more open economy and society.

Apple Removes Bible and Quran Apps from Chinese App Store

Apple has reportedly bent over backwards to cater to the anti-religious Chinese Communist Party in order to keep a firm hold on the lucrative...

The Rise of Weak Men is Killing American Innovation and Prosperity

Weak men’s control of culture has undermined the nation that allowed them to flourish in the first place. H

Ho-Ho-NO! Xi Just Found Another Way to Ruin Your Christmas Shopping

“Scared” Chinese manufacturers of Western electronics components are being starved of electricity by their own government, causing some to consider leaving the country — and putting a real pinch on this year’s Christmas shopping.

Big Tech companies shift to making semiconductors in-house

Some of the largest tech companies have decided to respond to the semiconductor shortage by designing their chips internally. Tech analysts and business people have spoken about the semiconductor shortage and how the coronavirus pandemic has severely drained the resources required to make the chips and parts needed for everyday electronic devices.

South Korea bans Google, Apple payment monopolies

South Korea’s National Assembly approved legislation on Tuesday that bans app store operators such as Google and Apple from forcing developers to use their in-app payment systems.

Apple CEO Receives $750 Million Payout, Begins To Dump Stock

Apple CEO Tim Cook will collect the 10th and final installment of a pay deal he received a decade ago in August 2011 when he took the reins former CEO and Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who died in October 2011.

Gen Z Wants to Talk about Faith

Barna study shows Christians age 13 to 18 are skeptical of evangelism, but they’re having deep and personal peer-to-peer conversations.

Tech Platform Criticizes Apple’s New iPhone ‘Surveillance’ of User ‘Private Content’

WhatsApp head says Apple's new child safety tool "introduces something very concerning into the world."

Apple Tilts to iPhone Playbook for Car as Automaker Talks Stall

Apple Inc. has a tried-and-true approach to launching new products: The company designs in-house, sources its own components, and works with a contract manufacturer to assemble it for sale.

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