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stan lee: remembering a real-life superhero

GOODBYE, STAN LEE Stan Lee, the legendary Marvel Comics writer, and publisher, has died aged 95. The icon was responsible for characters including Spider-Man, Thor, Iron Man, Black Panther, and the X-Men, making him a real-life superhero around the world, with millions of adoring fans. In this special edition of AppleMagazine, we look back on his impressive career and explore how his imaginative mind helped create one of the world’s most successful movie franchises. HUMBLE BEGINNINGS Born Stanley Martin Lieber, Stan Lee started his career back in 1939, when he became an assistant at Timely Comics, a firm that would evolve into Marvel Comics by the 1960s. The job paid just $8 per week, and during his early years at the company, he was responsible for filling inkwells, proofreading, fetching lunches and finishing…

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us panel warns against government purchase of chinese tech

A congressional advisory panel says the purchase of internet-linked devices manufactured in China leaves the United States vulnerable to security breaches that could put critical infrastructure at risk. In its annual report this week, the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission warns of dangers to the U.S. government and private sector from a reliance on global supply chains linked to China, which is the world’s largest manufacturer of information technology equipment. China’s push to dominate in the high-tech industry by 2025 already is a sore point with Washington and a contributing factor in trade tensions that have seen the world’s two largest economies slap billions of dollars in punitive tariffs on each other’s products this year. The U.S. also has had long-running concerns about state-backed cyber theft of corporate secrets, something that China…

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with uber eats’ fast growth comes potential for profit

In three years, the Uber Eats restaurant food delivery service has grown from an experiment to serving much of the U.S. and major cities worldwide. By year’s end, the ride-hailing company says it will cover 70 percent of the U.S. population and be in 243 metro areas, mainly by expanding into smaller cities. It’s already in over 300 cities in 36 countries with many international deliveries done by bicycle. Jason Droege, an Uber vice president who leads Uber Everything, the unit that explores how to build new businesses off the Uber network, says Eats is growing as fast as the ride-hailing service did in its early days. He talks about the future of the service and demand for getting food delivered to your home. Questions and answers have been edited for length…

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actor douglas rain, who supplied hal’s voice, dies at 90

Canadian actor Douglas Rain, who played some of Shakespeare’s most intriguing characters onstage but perhaps is best known for supplying the creepily calm voice of the computer HAL in Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey” has died at 90. The Stratford Festival said Rain died Sunday of natural causes at St. Marys Memorial Hospital, just outside of Stratford, Ontario. He was one of the festival’s founding company members and spent 32 seasons performing there, until 1998. His roles at Stratford included playing Claudio in “Measure for Measure” in 1954, Malvolio in “Twelfth Night” in 1957, Edgar in “King Lear” in 1964 and Prince Hal in “Henry IV, Part 1’ in 1958, a play and a role he would return to in 1965 and would eventually take on the title role in 1966. But…

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music

Origins (Deluxe) Imagine Dragons The fourth album in just six years from Imagine Dragons is here. Coming just a year after the group’s previous album Evolve, Origins is packed with what seem sure to be further blockbuster hits, especially in this deluxe edition featuring three bonus tracks only available digitally. FIVE FACTS: 1. Some of the songs were written when Imagine Dragons had taken time off their tour. 2. They got their big break when the front man of the band Train fell sick and Imagine Dragons performed at a major Las Vegas festival in their place. 3. The band have called Origins a “sister album” to Evolve. 4. The band’s name is an anagram made up of words they refuse to disclose. 5. 2018 marks the group’s 10th anniversary. Experiment Kane Brown After an incredible award-winning debut album, the “Justin…

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softbank mobile unit to go for ipo raising some $20 billion

Japanese technology company SoftBank Group Corp. will carry out an initial public offering of its Japanese mobile subsidiary, set for Dec. 19, in what will likely be one of the world’s biggest IPOs. The Tokyo Stock Exchange approved the listing of 1.6 billion shares of SoftBank Corp. Monday, at 1,500 yen ($13) a share, raising potentially more than 2 trillion yen ($20 billion). Founded in 1986, initially running software, broadband and fixed-line telecommunications businesses, the company has expanded to become one of Japan’s top mobile service providers. It was the first carrier to offer the Apple iPhone in Japan. The parent is investing in a range of companies globally, including U.S. wireless company Sprint, British IoT company ARM, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba and U.S. ride-sharing service Uber. Recently, SoftBank Group Chief Executive Masayoshi Son…