And her anger is still keenly felt. “The Republican administration was attacking immigrants and women who were coming into this country trying to escape horrific violence. And suddenly it didn’t matter any more what was being done against women. It was all about these ridiculous laws that were accomplishing nothing, just hurting people. I was really furious at the numbers of children that were being taken away, put into cages and not given any support. There was no record being kept so that the powers-that-be would be able to reunite parents with their children. This was just inhuman.” … [Read more...] about ‘We need to be pushy’: women’s rights and photography
Apple has introduced features, such as the Screen Time setting, that help people strike that balance: users can now track, and limit, their use of individual apps, or entire categories, as they see fit. Part of the problem is that, while Apple makes the phone, it doesn’t control what people do with it. Facebook needs users to open its app daily, and Apple can only do so much to counter that tendency. If these debates – about screen time, privacy and what companies are doing with our data, our attention – seem like a niche topic of interest now, they will become crucial once Apple’s latest plans become reality. The reason is the company’s worst-kept secret in years: a pair of smartglasses. … [Read more...] about Part human, part machine: is Apple turning us all into cyborgs?
Once again, this set is only available at Disney but you can get a more basic version at Studio for a cheaper £29.99, excluding a £4.99 fee. … [Read more...] about Disney launches its Black Friday deals with up to 50% off toys and clothing
The UK has become firmly established as the most important international production hub for Netflix, which is estimated to be spending $17bn on making and licensing TV shows and films this year, with the British budget second only to its home market in the US. Around a third of all the productions Netflix makes in Europe, for its 200 million-strong global subscriber base, are made in the UK. … [Read more...] about Netflix to spend $1bn in UK in 2020 on TV shows and films
Tyson explained: "Sometimes I feel like a b****. "Because I don't want that person to come out because if he comes out, hell is coming with him. … [Read more...] about Mike Tyson breaks down in tears as boxing legend reveals pain over changing to ‘humble man’ after turbulent past