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Galentine's Day is entirely unnecessary.

The concept of Galentine’s Day is patronising, sexist, and unnecessary

Single women don't need placating and pitying before Valentine's Day. We're perfectly happy, for both couples and ourselves.

Hold on to your current smartphone for as long as you can

Smartphones are really expensive right now, and you may not actually need to get a new device.

Apple’s iPhone lineup is the weakest it’s been in years — and it has everything to do with the iPhone XR

The iPhone XR is not the best phone Apple could have made at that particular size.

Apple’s price hikes have gone way too far

Apple products have always been expensive. But over the last year, they've taken a step toward exorbitant.

Apple should give the iPhone XS and iPhone XR a permanent price cut

Demand for Apple's latest iPhones is low, but moving the starting price could change that.

I don’t trust Facebook, but I can’t quit it either

For better or worse, Facebook is the only social network that has all of my friends and family in one place.

I went to the biggest tech show in the world after not going for the past 7 years — and I was surprised by how little had changed

The last time I went to CES was in 2012. In 2019, the Consumer Electronics Show has hardly changed.

Apple charges a ton of money for built-in storage — here’s how to get around it

Getting the new iPad Pro with 1 terabyte of storage costs $750, on top of the base price. Meanwhile, you can buy a 2 TB hard drive online for $80.
Sir Mark Lyall Grant addresses members of the U.N. Security Council during a meeting about Ukraine situation, at the U.N. headquarters in New York, March 6, 2015.

Brexit won’t damage the UK’s national security — but a no-deal would be disastrous

Brexit won't damage national security, but leaving with no deal would be disastrous, writes the UK's former national security adviser.
Tucker Carlson is losing advertisers after boycotts.

People are saying the Tucker Carlson boycotts are a betrayal of free speech. They’re wrong.

Advertiser boycotts do not suppress free speech. They actually do the opposite.