Feb 28, 9:44 PM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Media & CultureEntertainment By Lauren Dubois @l_dubois613 12/25/18 AT 8:30 AM A new year means a new lineup of movies and TV shows on HBO’s streaming service, HBO NOW and HBO GO. The cable channel will be adding a large selection of new shows and movies to its lineup beginning January 1. However, that does mean some titles will need to be removed, meaning fans will only have a limited amount of time to enjoy them before they’re gone for good.One big addition movie fans can look forward to seeing on the streaming service in the new year is the arrival of several big theatrical releases from 2018, including “Super Troopers 2,” and “Tag.” In addition, other highly anticipated titled that are arriving will include the “Psycho” movies, which will arrive throughout the month with other options. The … [Read more...] about HBO Now Movies List 2019: Highlights From The January Lineup, What’s Leaving
Spy next door 2
BARCELONA -- Huawei unveiled a new foldable smartphone on Sunday on the eve of the world's top mobile fair in Barcelona and hit out against Washington's campaign to bar it from developing next-generation 5G wireless networks. China's most successful global firm has booked a huge stand at the four-day Mobile World Congress and has sent a large delegation which includes its media-shy founder, Ren Zhengfei, and two rotating chairmen. Huawei's folding Mate X smartphone challenges Samsung Galaxy Fold Huawei's founder says world can't live without it The trade fair, which officially opens on Monday and is expected to draw some 100,000 people from across the telecoms industry, comes as the United States has stepped up pressure on its allies to block Huawei from building its 5G networks. US officials suspect that Beijing could use the Shenzhen-based Huawei's products to spy on Western governments, and the company's presence in the United States has already been severely restricted. … [Read more...] about Huawei takes fight with US over spying fears to top mobile fair
Vivian Yee, New York Times 3:27 pm PST, Sunday, February 10, 2019 Sheikha Latifa al-Maktum of the United Arab Emirates stands on the winners' podium after winning the bronze medal in the final of the countries' equestrian teams at the Doha equestrian club at the 15th Asian Games in Doha, 11 December 2006. Saudi Arabia clinched the gold and South Korea won the silver. less Sheikha Latifa al-Maktum of the United Arab Emirates stands on the winners' podium after winning the bronze medal in the final of the countries' equestrian teams at the Doha equestrian club at the 15th Asian ... more Photo: MARWAN NAAMANI/AFP/Getty Images Photo: MARWAN NAAMANI/AFP/Getty Images Image 1 of / 25 Caption Close Image 1 of 25 Sheikha Latifa al-Maktum of the United Arab Emirates stands on the … [Read more...] about A princess vanishes. A video offers alarming clues.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Asia Pacific Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Asia Pacific | Philippines Should Take Over Shipyard to Keep It From Chinese, Officials Say Supported by ByJason Gutierrez Jan. 17, 2019 MANILA — The Philippine government should take control of the country’s largest shipyard, the defense secretary said on Thursday, after officials raised concerns that Chinese companies seeking to take it over would act as agents of Beijing, projecting China’s power deeper into the region. Among the foreign companies expressing interest in the sprawling shipyard on Subic Bay are two Chinese firms, one of which is state-owned, according to Philippine officials. They have voiced fears that a Chinese takeover of the yard would give a strategic foothold to China, which is expanding its economic and military presence in the region and has seized islands in the … [Read more...] about Philippines Should Take Over Shipyard to Keep It From Chinese, Officials Say
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Europe Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Europe | Poland Arrests 2, Including Huawei Employee, Accused of Spying for Chinat Supported by ByAdam Satariano and Joanna Berendt Jan. 11, 2019 LONDON — The Polish authorities arrested two people, including a Chinese employee of the telecommunications giant Huawei, and charged them with spying for Beijing, officials said on Friday, as the United States and its allies move to restrict the use of Chinese technology because of concerns that it is being used for espionage. The arrest of the Huawei employee is almost certain to escalate tensions between Western countries and China over the company, which authorities in the United States have accused of acting as an arm of the Chinese government and making equipment designed for spying. In December, the daughter of Huawei’s founder was arrested in Canada … [Read more...] about Poland Arrests 2, Including Huawei Employee, Accused of Spying for Chinat