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Dr Alex George and Alexandra Cane were brutally dumped from the Island this evening - just one day before the final. On Friday, each of the Islanders had to vote off one other couple. This meant that Laura Anderson and Paul Knops, Josh Denzel and Kazimir Crossley, and Alex and Alexandra were at risk of being dumped from the Island. But Alex and Alexandra received the fewest votes from the public and were booted out of the villa. On leaving the villa, the doctor insisted that it was the right time to go, considering they were the only pair not romantically coupled. He said: "I feel like it’s been an incredible journey, I have had so many highs and some lows as well. I think at this point and where I’ve got to and how the journey has been, it’s the right time. "Alexandra and I didn’t work out romantically but at the same time we’ve had a chance to become friends and get over what happened. I think it was the right time because I leave on a happy note, and leave feeling … [Read more...] about Love Island’s Dr Alex George and Alexandra Cane brutally DUMPED just one day before final
Amy Hart responded furiously to a troll who claimed they were shocked that " Love Island stars had a better understanding of the fairness of the furlough scheme than the government". Responding to the comment, former air hostess Amy insisted that Love Islanders are 'generally intelligent' and should not 'be written off' as she fumed about her fellow islanders being constantly underestimated. Amy, 26, said that some contestants were more than just bikini-clad influencers and had a lot to say for themselves. The row came as Amy took to Twitter to suggest: "'If furlough is extended till the summer, surely now, anyone who hasn't had any help but have had their work affected should get a one off grant at the very least?" One of her followers then scathed: "'So we now have Love Island contestants with more empathy and understanding of small businesses than the Conservatives and Rishi Sunak . Hope the abandonment of core voters costs them the next election. Clueless." Amy … [Read more...] about Amy Hart fumes Love Island stars ‘shouldn’t be written off’ in row over furlough
All advertising is in some sense a form of falsification. But while once the message probably had an actual thing — a car or a hamburger, perhaps — to sell, today the message itself is often the product. "The source of value is the watching labor performed by the audience — this after all is the activity that produces audience attention, which is the good being sold," Zoe Sherman, a lecturer at Merrimack College, told DW. The audience's job is to watch and this work is paid in kind, with entertainment, rather than in monetary wages, Sherman suggests. "The media generates a surplus by generating revenues through the sale of advertising space that exceed the cost of generating the content that attracted the audience," she adds. Her explanation may also go some way to explaining rising obesity figures in the US. So, when business and politics become so closely entwined — as they did so egregiously during the presidency of Donald Trump — it can hardly come as a surprise that … [Read more...] about The conspiracy business: How to make money with fake news
Anyone who has bought a smartphone since 2015 could be entitled to a share of a £480m payout if a legal claim from watchdog Which? is successful. The consumer rights group is suing US chipmaker Qualcomm, accusing it of using its market dominance to inflate charges to manufacturers, which they have then passed on to millions of Britons in the form of higher smartphone prices. About 29 million people in the UK may be entitled to compensation of around £17 each. Qualcomm's technology can be found in a number of leading brands, including Apple and Samsung. Damages are being sought for all affected Apple and Samsung smartphones bought since 1 October 2015. Advertisement Anabel Hoult, chief executive of Which?, said: "We believe Qualcomm's practices are anti-competitive and have so far taken around £480m from UK consumers' pockets - this needs to stop. More from Apple Streaming inquiry: Spotify, Apple and Amazon bosses defend models but seem … [Read more...] about Qualcomm: UK smartphone owners are due £480m payout, claims Which?