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Apple chaos in China, Robocall crackdown, NFT nightclubs, Black Friday slump
The Top Tech and Tools You Need for Taking Digital Notes.
Ford Mustang Mach-E loses its Consumer Reports recommendation.
Musk will restore Twitter accounts banned for harassment, misinformation.
Twitter new user signups at an 'all-time high,' says Elon Musk.
Protests Erupting Across China.
Mass resignations of iPhone workers; report of 30% production hit
China Covid: Protests continue in major cities across the country.
Apple hobbled a crucial tool of dissent in China weeks before widespread protests broke out.
Censorship, Surveillance and Profits: A Hard Bargain for Apple in China.
FCC cuts off a voice provider for failing to protect against robocalls.
New York Imposes 2-Year Moratorium on New Proof-of-Work Mining After Gov. Hochul Signs Bill.
El Salvador's $300 Million Bitcoin 'Revolution' Is Failing Miserably.
Miami nightclub owners are struggling with slumping sales after losing top-spending crypto clientele in wake of FTX implosion and crypto downfall, report says.
Restaurant and private members lounge to be built controversially in San Francisco's 'public' Salesforce Park.
Amazon Alexa is a "colossal failure," on pace to lose $10 billion this year.
Callisto - Lockheed Martin.
Black Friday Lured Shoppers Back, in Early Test for Holiday Spending.
The Best Cyber Monday Deals 2022: Laptops, Robot Vacuums, AirPods, More.
French man wins right to not be 'fun' at work in wrongful termination case.
Host: Leo Laporte
Guests: Nicholas De Leon, Jill Duffy, and Owen Thomas
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