Next comes all the joy and laughter of the standards process The Internet Engineering Task Force has set November 16th, 2020, as the final date for comment on Quick UDP Internet Connections, the would-be TCP-killer that Google and Cloudflare have offered up as part of HTTP/3.…
Facebook and Instagram users frustrated that content moderation has taken down their photos, posts, and videos will now be able to appeal that decision to a new Oversight Board, it’s been announced today. The group – which will make independent judgements about what should and should not be allowed on the social networks – will be made up of global … Continue reading
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Facebook has announced an update for its Portal products that add support for one of the most common streaming entertainment apps on the market, Netflix, as well as a few other notable features, including two that leverage the smart camera. The new support joins the relatively large number of apps that already support Portal TV, including certain third-party video conferencing … Continue reading
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Here are the top media and advertising stories from Business Insider for September 24.
Echelon Fitness’ “EX-Prime Smart Connect Bike” or “Prime Bike.” | Image: Echelon
Yesterday, exercise company Echelon Fitness announced the “EX-Prime Smart Connect Bike,” or “Prime Bike” — a $500 exercise bike developed “in collaboration with Amazon.” News of the bike’s launch sent the share price of smart bike maker Peloton tumbling, as traders anticipated Amazon’s entry into the growing home exercise market.
But on Tuesday evening Amazon denied it had any formal connection to the so-called Prime Bike. The bike’s listing on Amazon’s website was removed and a press release for the product from Echelon Fitness touting its work with Amazon was deleted.
“This bike is not an Amazon product or related to Amazon Prime.”
“This bike is not an Amazon product or related to Amazon Prime,” an Amazon spokeswoman told Bloomberg....
"Secondly, I fled civil war when I was 8. An 8-year-old doesn't run a country even though you run our country like one," Rep. Omar tweeted.
Keir Starmer has declared that Jeremy Corbyn “deserved” to lose the last general election because the public didn’t trust Labour with their security, jobs or their money.In his clearest break yet with his predecessor, the Labour leader used his first conference speech to vent his “anger” at the impotence of the party being out of office for the last 10 years.Repeatedly stressing his background as the Director of Public Prosecutions, Starmer also used the speech to contrast himself with Boris Johnson and to attack the PM as “just not serious, just not up to the job”.When Johnson was writing newspapers columns about “bendy bananas” and getting sacked for making up quotations, “I was defending victims and prosecuting terrorists”, he said.Speaking in Doncaster, where the Tories took a seat from Labour in the 2019 election for the first time in its 100-year history, Starmer stressed both his patriotism and his “family values” as he admitted that it would take time to win back the trust of voters lost under Corbyn.“We’re not going to win back those we’ve lost with a single speech or a clever policy offer. Trust takes time,” he said.But in contrast to his leadership campaign, he heaped praise on Tony Blair as well as Clement Attlee and Harold Wilson for being the only three Labour leaders who won power in the last 75 years because they had a clear vision to “modernise Britain”.Starmer’s most striking words were his all-out assault on Corbyn’s failures that led to the party’s shattering defeat in December.“Let’s be blunt. Let’s be brutally honest with ourselves. When you lose an election in a democracy, you deserve to,” he said.“You don’t look at the electorate and ask them: ‘what were you thinking?’ You look at yourself and ask: ‘what were we doing?’.”The line was a swipe not just at Corbyn but also at Ed Miliband, who suffered his own big defeat in 2015.Yet Starmer made plain that it was his immediate predecessor who was most in his sights, not least over his handling of the Russian poisonings and his poor reputation on the economy. “I can make this promise: Never again will Labour go into an election not being trusted on national security, with your job, with your community and with your money. That’s what being under new leadership means,” he said.He also sought to turn his background as a lawyer, something Johnson has used as a criticism, to his advantage.Although Starmer prefers not to use his ‘Sir Keir’ title, he said that it was “one of the proudest moments” of his parents’ lives to be with him at Buckingham Palace when he was awarded a knighthood for services to criminal justice.Introduced by Jewish former Labour MP Ruth Smeeth, who heavily criticised Corbyn’s record on anti-Semitism, Starmer said that the party had in recent years “taken for granted” its voters and the things they cared about.“As well as anger, I feel frustration. Frustration that every Labour Party spokesperson is a shadow. Shadow Education. Shadow Health. Shadow Chancellor. Shadow Foreign. Until we come out of the shadows, this party can’t change anything.”Starmer, who has been under fire from some of Labour’s black and minority ethnic activists for his handling of anti-Black racism in the party, also stressed his long record working with Doreen Lawrence, the mother of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence.“Racial inequality is one of the causes that brought me into politics. And the eradication of structural racism will be a defining cause for the next Labour government,” he said.Related...
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