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This Mobile World Congress, LG is laying low.
The company held a press conference on Saturday, insisting that it wasn't a press conference. The people who showed up were able to try a pre-production model of the upcoming LG V30s ThinQ — but it's just a slightly upgraded version of the company's current flagship, the LG V30.
So is there anything interesting about the new phone worth mentioning? Well, sort of. The LG V30s ThinQ has exactly the same hardware as its predecessor, but it comes with more RAM (6GB vs 4GB), and can be had with more storage memory, 128GB or 256GB. It also comes in two new colors: Moroccan Blue and Platinum Gray. Read more...More about Lg, Mobile World Congress, Mwc, Mwc2018, and Lg V30s
John Oliver's legal tussle with a man he once called a "geriatric Dr. Evil" is over and the HBO late night host has every reason to be happy.
West Virginia judge Jeffrey Cramer has dismissed the defamation lawsuit filed against Oliver by Robert Murray, the coal baron behind Murray Energy Corp.
Murray, along with his company, had sued HBO in June over a Last Week Tonight with John Oliver segment which focused on American coal mining, and took a particularly close look at Murray's role within that industry.
The (rather hilarious) lawsuit did not come as a surprise to HBO. In that same segment, Oliver revealed that Murray had already sent him a cease-and-desist just for investigating. "I know you are probably going to sue me, but you know what, I stand by everything I said," he said, addressing Murray through his show. Read more...More about Tv, Lawsuit, John Oliver, Last Week Tonight, and Robert Murray
Over a decade before Wonder Woman, before Black Panther was even a twinkle in Kevin Feige's eye, there was Catwoman – to this day, still the only Marvel or DC live-action movie led by a woman of color.
The problem was, it was terrible. So terrible, even its writer can't resist the opportunity to drag it on social media.
It started when someone asked an inane question about why Catwoman hasn't enjoyed the level of support that Black Panther has. If you think the answer should be pretty obvious to anyone who's even faintly familiar with these movies, well, so does John Rogers. Read more...More about Movies, Catwoman, Entertainment, Comic Culture, and Movies Tv Shows
While we don't condone violence, plenty of people out there on the internet would love to see someone punch disgraced YouTuber Logan Paul in the face. Well, that opportunity may have just presented itself.
Back in February, British YouTuber Olajide Olatunji, better known on the internet as KSI, fought fellow vlogger Joe Weller in a boxing match, because apparently that's how we're settling petty drama on the internet nowadays. Anyway, KSI won the match, and while accepting his victory belt, he challenged Jake and Logan Paul. Actually, he challenged "any of the Pauls."Youtube, Logan Paul, Boxing, Culture, and Web Culture
Apple is preparing for a big change at the end of the month: Henceforth, iCloud data belonging to users based in China will have to be stored there, in the company's new Chinese data center.
That means text message, emails, and other data stored in the cloud will be physically housed on Chinese soil. Importantly, it also means that the cryptographic keys required to unlock an iCloud account will live in China as well.
Previously, as Reuters points out, those keys had been stored in the United States. Whenever Chinese authorities have sought access to a user's account in the past for one reason or another, they'd have to go through the processes set forth in the U.S. legal system. Read more...More about Tech, Apple, Politics, China, and Cybersecurity
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