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MacSurfer's Archive: Wednesday, November 22, 2017


  • "Caution! These Black Friday 'Deals' May Be Bad for Your Security" Intego 2:53 PM
  • "Intel, AMD, and the future of Mac processors" iMore 1:44 PM
  • "Apple might finally update its forgotten iPhone next year" BGR 1:43 PM
  • "Apple's Beats supports Kaepernick in pulsating new ad/Commentary: Serena Williams, Neymar, Kris Wu and Michael K. Williams star in the ad that suggests you should listen to no one but yourself." CNET 1:42 PM
  • "Apple And Streaming Video: The Problem Of Supply" Seeking Alpha 1:33 PM
  • "Apple's newest acquisition might be critical for the iPhone's AR future" BGR 8:15 AM
  • "Government Didn't Save Us From Apple's iPhone 'Monopoly'" Mises Institute 8:10 AM
  • "Comment: Musing on what HomePod might have been – and might yet become" 9to5Mac 8:09 AM
  • "Why This Apple Inc. 6.1-Inch iPhone Rumor Makes a Lot of Sense" The Motley Fool 8:08 AM
  • "Should Our Love Affair With Digital Really be Over?" Tech.pinions 8:55 AM
  • "This is what transparency looks like without net neutrality: The FCC has a lot of faith in Comcast, Verizon, AT&T and other ISPs." Engadget 3:57 PM
  • "Net neutrality repeal means your internet may never be the same" CNET 1:32 PM
  • "Here's how to contact your reps in support of net neutrality" Mashable 10:21 AM
  • "The proposal to do away with net neutrality is worse than you think" Mashable 9:39 AM
  • "Senator Schatz on net neutrality: 'This has to be a real political movement'" TechCrunch 9:05 AM
  • "Net Neutrality will die, so let's take the profit out of killing it." ["How bad it will actually be is anyone's guess, but we're likely to not notice very much initially. It's only later when we're all mainly worrying about Justin Bieber marrying Selena Gomez that the ISPs will first raise Hulu's bill and then ours. It's just a dollar per month, they'll say. But do the math and for residential service alone that's $1.5 billion per year in pure profit just from consumers, with as much or more also taken from video streamers and the like. We are being depended upon to act like sheep — Internet browsing sheep, if such exist — and without a plan that's exactly what we'll be."]  I, Cringely 8:53 AM
  • "The FCC's reasons for axing net neutrality make no sense for consumers" The Next Web 8:39 AM
  • "Redditors come out strong against the FCC's plan to kill net neutrality" The Next Web 8:39 AM
  • "Here's How the End of Net Neutrality Will Change the Internet" Wired 8:25 AM