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Huawei issues definitive statement about espionage fears: ‘we have never been asked to provide access to our technology’

Would Huawei spy for the Chinese government? That’s a question that cost the telecom equipment provider plenty of money last year. After the US government said the company posed a national security risk, Huawei was forced to take its networking business elsewhere. Huawei has repeatedly denied the charges, but today it’s issuing perhaps the most definitive denial yet. The company says it has never even been asked to spy on anyone.

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Lenovo investor statement fuels NEC smartphone partnership rumors

Lenovo in rumored talks with NEC over smartphone venture

NEC and Lenovo are already joined at the hip in the PC business, and rumors that the two will soon be smartphone partners continue to gather steam, too. Lenovo confirmed that it’s started “preliminary negotiations with a party in connection with a potential joint venture transaction,” and while it didn’t name names, Japanese media sources and Reuters are claiming that it’s NEC. Lenovo’s the number two three smartphone vendor in China but doesn’t have much of a presence elsewhere, and NEC, while a leader in Japanese handset sales, is still in a “difficult state,” according to the company. Lenovo has the cash it needs and hasn’t been shy about plans to expand its mobile business, so a relationship with NEC would make sense, if true — and could help Lenovo realize those ambitions more quickly.

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Microsoft issues statement apologizing for employee’s Twitter comments on next-generation Xbox

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Microsoft has released an official response following a number of tweets from Microsoft Studios creative director Adam Orth yesterday commenting on rumors that the next-generation Xbox will require an always-on internet connection. The employee — who very likely is familiar with the console codenamed “Durango” — said “Sorry, I don’t get the drama over having an “always on” console,” stating that we live in a world where every device is ‘always-on.’ It’s unusual that Microsoft has seen fit to respond to the tweets, reminding people that “this person is not a spokesperson for Microsoft” and it apologized, stating “we are very sorry if this offended anyone.” Even more curiously, Microsoft hardly makes a gesture at denying the always-on…

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Egyptian court suspends YouTube for a month over controversial film (Update: Google statement)

Users of YouTube in Egypt could possibly deal with a month-long blackout of the service after an administrative court ruling purchased the website’s suspension. The ministries of interaction and financial investment have actually been bought to block the popular video sharing website, reports information agency MENA, for hosting the motion picture short Innocence of Muslims. TheAmerican-made film has actually caused strong responses since its release in September, at which point the initial grievance about YouTube’s showing of it is stated to have been made. Today’s decision is an outcome of that ruling, and while the service should still currently continue to be on-line, Egypt’s National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority has actually claimed it will uphold the suspension once it gets verification of the conclusion. This isn’t really the first time access to YouTube has been limited by a government, and the similar film triggered the Pakistani head of state to ask for a similar ban at the time of the flick’s release. We have actually reached out to Google for comment. Update: Google has actually reacted with the following declaration: “We have actually gotten absolutely nothing from the judge or government connected to this matter. “Filed under: Net, GoogleCommentsSource: Reuters

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Egyptian court suspends YouTube for a month over controversial film (Update: Google statement)

Users of YouTube in Egypt could face a month-long blackout of the service after an administrative court ruling ordered the website’s suspension. The ministries of communication and investment have been ordered to block the popular video sharing site, reports news agency MENA, for hosting the movie short Innocence of Muslims. The American-made film has caused strong reactions since its release in September, at which point the initial complaint about YouTube’s showing of it is said to have been made. Today’s decision is a result of that ruling, and while the service should still currently remain online, Egypt’s National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority has claimed it will uphold the suspension once it receives confirmation of the verdict. This isn’t the first time access to YouTube has been restricted by a government, and the very same film caused the Pakistani prime minister to call for a similar ban at the time of the movie’s release. We’ve reached out to Google for comment.

Update: Google has responded with the following statement:

“We have received nothing from the judge or government related to this matter.”

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AT&T entices Nexus 7 buyers to sign up for two-year data contract with $100 statement credit

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AT&T said last year it was going stop subsidized rates for tablets, but that hasn’t quit the provider from trying to entice customers to register for two-year agreements in exchange for a little added money. The carrier is now promoting an offer on the HSPA + Nexus 7 page on Google Play stating that it’ll refund a $ 100 expense credit to those who agree to a two-year data contract. Similar to a comparable deal from last year, it isn’t really an extremely good one– you’ll be successfully limiting the opened gadget to one carrier in exchange for a rather small $ 100 credit– but if you was among the couple of planning to buy a record strategy for your tablet from AT&T every month for the next 2 years, the money does not harmed. The deal makes even more sense if …

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Apple posts revised ‘Samsung did not copy’ statement, acknowledges first version was inaccurate

Apple posts revised 'Samsung did not copy' statement

Apple has simply reposted its statement acknowledging that Samsung did not copy its tablet design, after the initial phrasing wasn’t considered unwanted by the UK courts. The new variation is a great deal shorter, and just duplicates just what it published in national newspapers this week, specifying that the court did not find Samsung to be in breach of Apple’s registered design No. 0000181607-0001, reminding us that it was also promoted by the Court of Appeal, providing links to the suitable patent and judgement documents online. The reference of the same instance going in Apple’s favor in Germany has actually been eliminated entirely. When first published, Apple included a short link at the bottom of its homepage. Now, to totally satisfy the court’s bidding, there is a short declaration accompanying the link, confirming that its initial acknowledgement was incorrect. The court additionally told Apple that it have to keep the admission online until at least December 14th. Will this be enough to appease the UK courts? We’ll just have to wait and see.

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EU regulators urge Google to modify privacy policy, offers 12 recommendations (update: statement from Google)

EU regulators urge Google to modify privacy policy, offers 12 recommendations

It wasn’t all that long after Google consolidated most of its privacy policies before people wanted clarification on what this meant to users. Even then, EU regulators weren’t satisfied, asking the search giant to hold up a little while it took a proper look at the implications for European citizens. The result of that investigation? Well, Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding declared it to be in breach of European law, and now the EU is commanding that it be reexamined. The assertion comes in a letter to Mountain View from the EU’s data protection regulators, who feel that consolidating so much personal data into one place creates untenable risks to privacy, and was signed by 24 member states (plus Liechtenstein and Croatia). The regulators also outlined 12 recommendations for Google to follow to bring its policy back to the favorable side of the fence. No official word from Google at this time, but we’ve reached out for comment.

Update: Peter Fleischer, Google’s global privacy counsel issued the following statement: “We have received the report and are reviewing it now. Our new privacy policy demonstrates our long-standing commitment to protecting our users’ information and creating great products. We are confident that our privacy notices respect European law.”

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OnLive statement confirms layoffs, acquisition by ‘newly-formed’ company, says service will continue

OnLive has actually finally provided an official statement after rumors of mass layoffs initially leaked out earlier today, confirming that its assets have been obtained into a newly-formed business with exactly what it claims is “substantial” economic backing. The large news for individuals is that the OnLive Game and Personal computer services will certainly continue to be functional and continue to be supported. The release also claims a “big portion” of OnLive staff is being employed into the brand-new company with plans to choose even more over time. Check the words directly from the source after the break, we’ll have even more details from a few of the displaced staff members in a few.

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long post but worth reading quoted from a user here. do you agree with this statement??

Question by intestinal mucous: long post but worth reading quoted from a user here. do you agree with this statement??
before you answer you have to drop any preconceived notions for or against feminism. i agree with a lot of it. i also think that women deserve equal pay and are equal in every way to men.

This will go against almost all you have been taught to believe about men and women for the past pathetic 60 years. But, having lived through this, I see just how true it is and how it was done

Feminism is a grotesque fraud perpetrated on society by the governing elite. It is designed to weaken the American social and cultural fabric in order to introduce a “friendly” fascist New World Order. Its advocates are sanctimonious charlatans who have grown rich and powerful from it. They include a whole class of liars and moral cripples who work for the elite in various capacities: government, education and the media. These imposters ought to be exposed and ridiculed. Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem were NOT what they were presented to be.

We were taught to abandon our femininity and challenge men for the masculine role. Wewere told heterosexuality and family by nature is oppressive to women. Domestic violence was publicized to trample woman’s tender tendrils of trust. As a result, the divorce rate doubled and the birth rate was cut in half. One third of all births are now out-of-wedlock. The ability to commit to a relationship is almost unheard of among the young. Today they “hook up” and move on. Men are reduced to no more than dogs urinating on women as if they were hydrants. How often have I heard a single mother refer to her ex as a “sperm donor”? But no one is at fault here, we are ALL VICTIMS. Men, women, children all.

Not all women need to marry and have children but the vast majority do. We are a bonding species. Children represent our organic growth. As recently as fifty years ago, the role of wife and mother was honored. After 1960, society was subjected to the vicious campaign of social engineering designed to disparage these roles and make women seek fulfillment in career instead. We got caught up in the fun of burning our bras and being led by the evil ones.

Led by the Rockefeller Foundation, this media campaign was made to look spontaneous and “modern.” In fact, the goal was to decrease the birth rate and destabilize society by pitting men against women. Divide and conquer. The other reason for the feminist action was so that the bankers could CHARGE DOUBLE THE INCOME TAX on a family. With two working members there was more to steal by their dishonest tax laws. (These people, NOT our governments, own the Federal Reserve). Aaron Russo discusses this in this short flick:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=…

Feminism has done untold damage to civilization. There is no more fundamental yet delicate relationship in society than male and female. On it depends the family, the red blood cell of society. Nobody with the interests of society at heart would try to divide men and women. Yet the lie that men have exploited women has become the official orthodoxy. The lie that they cheat is part of the propaganda machine. Man loves woman. His first instinct is to nurture (“husband”) and see her thrive. When a woman is happy, she is beautiful. Sure, some men are abusive, but the vast majority are good decent men who have supported and guided their families for millennium. This is why men were so much stronger in character in days gone by. Feminism has robbed them of their rightful position in society. They are not given many opportunities to develop these traits. Abuse is up because these men are frustrated by the termination of their natural tendencies to nurture. No excuses but this is a contributing factor.

The Rockefeller’s cruel regime has tricked women into forgetting that they are part of a natural cycle, and the ages of 18-25 are critical to starting a family. In the same way as the apple tree blossoms in the spring, young women need to marry and have children when nature intended. The Rockefellers want women and men to miss the opportunity to start strong families that will protect them from enslavement by the state.

All of this is calculated to create personal confusion and sow chaos among heterosexuals. As a result, millions of American males are emasculated and divorced from their relationship to family (the world and the future.) The American woman has been hoodwinked into investing herself in a meaningless mundane career instead of the timeless love of her husband and children. Many women have become temperamentally unfit to be wives and mothers.

People who are isolated and alone, stunted and love-starved, are easy to fool and manipulate. Without the healthy influence of two loving parents, so are their children. When both parents work, the children are exposed to government propaganda and manipulation from even younger ages.

Women’s oppression is a lie. Sex roles were never as rigid as feminists would have us believe. My mother had a successful business in the 1940’s as a private nurse. When my father’s income increased, she was content to quit and concentrate on the children. Women were free to pursue careers if they wanted to. The difference was that their role as wife and mother was understood, and socially validated, as it should be. Yet Stay at home mothers, both Christian and Muslim, are jeered and considered patsies by their more militant sisters.

Sex is an act of possession. You cannot be possessed by many men and ever belong to one. The ability to love/trust dies. The sex act is sacred. It is the ritual enactment of the Act of Creation. The man selects and prepares the special ground and plants his seed. The woman receives and nurtures it. Ultimately, a child is the fruit of love. Sex is an uplifting experience in this loving context. Today women and men settle for so much less. Careless sharing of our flesh has almost killed this concept today. Our children and grandchildren suffer.

We were told to be “smarter, better, faster” than the men we met. This is now echoed in “girl power” as boys are being marginalized in society. No longer does a woman seek a man she can naturally look up to, respect and trust. They waste time on the emotionally immature boys that men have been molded into. Men want power; women want love. Heterosexual union involves the exchange of the two: female power (in the worldly sense) for male love (his power expressed as love.)Two people don’t become one by fighting over the same territory.

It is almost impossible to find a man with a powerful positive vision of life with a central place for a wife in these days. Homosexuality has seriously affected the balance between men in women in numbers. Men have to know what they want, provide leadership and earn trust. The man “makes the house, the woman makes the home. This complementary division of labor is natural. Women need to remember how to be a homemaker and mother. Why do you think fast foods and easy bake junk was promoted until most women have forgotten the basics?

Once the power-for-love arrangement is established, sex roles don’t have to be rigid. The key is that a wife is willing to be First Mate to her Captain because he loves her, looks after her interests and is totally loyal. After that, who does what can be dictated by respective preferences, abilities and practical considerations.

While this was done to women, men were dumbed down and taught rebellion was coooool More separation from healthy mainstream attitudes. They were drugged and mind altered through the hippy days. They were taught a man has no responsibility to a woman because she is willing to give it away. “Free love” was NOT free. And so here we are.

Personally I feel RIPPED OFF. I believed this crap that was fed to us so insidiously. In doing so I lived a life I would not have chosen had I known better!

I hope I have expressed myself well. Feminism brought a few positive changes. But when you weight the good against the bad you will find, it was all a big sham created by the CIA, the Rockefellers and the Communist women who led us straight to hell.

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http://www.rense.com/general74/fem.htm…..

http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/evils%20i…

http://www.rense.com/general66/fath.htm….

http://www.newswatchmagazine.org/weekly_…

http://www.savethemales.ca/031001.html…..

http://www.savethemales.ca/000499.html…..

http://www.savethemales.ca/000441.html…..

http://www.savethemales.ca/archives.html…

This is a wonderful site
since feminism divorce rates have been shot up drasticaly and its usualy the women who make the choice. and they try to suck the men dry for all there worth. i am a divorce lawyer and see this ALOT. id say that 40 % of the time its due to feminist ideaology. the rest is other things such as abuse cheating etc.

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That was the biggest load of crap I have ever heard in my life! and that’s all I’m gonna say… other wise really bad words will come out and I’ll get blocked.

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