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Big Tech Crackdown, Apple Lawsuit, and Tiktok Fate

By March 26, 2024No Comments

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Joke of the Day: Why do French people eat snails?

They don’t like fast food.

Keeping up with America

U.S. Border Patrol chief Jason Owens called the situation at the southern border a “national security threat,” expressing concern about tens of thousands of migrants who have evaded apprehension and entered the country surreptitiously over the past five months.

2 crew members die on Holland America ship; fire breaks out on Carnival cruise: The unidentified crew members died Friday when the ship was off Half Moon Cay in the Bahamas. Also in the Bahamas, there was a fire on the Carnival Freedom on Saturday.

TikTok bill faces uncertain fate in the Senate as legislation to regulate tech industry has stalled.

Northern lights predicted across US and UK on Monday night in wake of solar storms: Spectacular aurora borealis caused by geomagnetic storms on sun’s surface may be visible in North America as far south as the midwest.

Facebook owner, Microsoft, X and Match side with Epic Games in Apple lawsuit: Meta Platforms, Microsoft, Elon Musk’s X and Match Group on Wednesday joined “Fortnite” video game maker Epic Games’ protest that Apple has failed to honor a court-ordered injunction governing payments in its lucrative App Store.

Around the World

The world of coffee is being reordered by EU laws to stop cutting of forests: Le Van Tam is no stranger to how the vagaries of global trade can determine the fortunes of small coffee farmers like him.

ISIS claims responsibility in deadly attack on Russia’s Crocus City Hall: Gunmen opened fire on concertgoers in the attack, Russian media reported.

Lets Talk Business and Tech

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Richer, Wiser, Happier

7 Budgeting Apps You Can Use to Replace Mint As It Disappears: Mint’s shutdown is quickly approaching.

13 ways to save money on a tight budget | Matthew Goldberg, Bankrate. If your budget’s been a bit more strained than usual in the last few months, you’re not alone. High inflation last year, and into this year, and the resumption of student loan payments are some of the reasons why saving money might be getting more difficult. Still, being on a tight budget doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to set aside money to build a savings account.

Want to retire in America with at least $1M? Dave Ramsey says slowing down is how you turbocharge your savings: Some people simply aren’t putting enough money aside for their retirement, while others are relying on their Social Security benefits.

Sports and Showbiz Shenanigans

49ers’ free agency moves put them in position to take stunning gamble in 2024 draft | What we learned as Warriors out-shot from deep in loss to Wolves

Russell Crowe changed ending of new movie at last minute | ‘Beetlejuice 2’ first look returns Michael Keaton, Winona Ryder

‘Bachelor’ Meets ‘American Idol’ as Juan Pablo Galavis’ Daughter Auditions for the Judges | Adam Sandler has the script for ‘Happy Gilmore’ sequel, actor Christopher McDonald says

 Life Hacks to Hack Your Life

16 Sweet Facts About Peeps

21 creative camping food and drink hacks

40 Best Thriller Movies Of All Time To Watch Now

Spring Cleaning? Here are 3 tips to a sparkling house from floor to ceiling

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