New Cancer Drug Beats Chemo in Study

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It's been a tough few weeks for American tech companies in India. First, the Indian government banned 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok and WeChat, in response to recent border tensions between the two countries. Then, days later, India announced plans to ban another 118 apps with Chinese ties.Meanwhile, members of the New York Times and NBC News digital unions are defy return-to-office plans.

And some good news - a new cancer drug has beaten chemo in a study. The drug, known as DCC-2618, was found to more effective in treating a specific type of lung cancer than chemo.

Finally, iOS 16 is here! The new iPhone update brings a screen makeover, message editing, and more.


  • American Tech Can't Catch a Break in India: America's top technology companies are struggling to make inroads in India, as the country increasingly turns to home-grown firms for its rapidly growing digital needs.
  • New Cancer Drug Beats Chemo in Study: A new cancer drug has been shown to be more effective than chemotherapy in a large clinical trial, offering hope to patients with the disease.
  • Members of New York Times, NBC News Digital Unions Defy Return-to-Office Plans: Members of the unions representing employees at the New York Times and NBC News' digital properties have defied their respective companies' plans to return to the office, citing health and safety concerns.
  • iOS 16 Is Here. The iPhone Update Brings a Screen Makeover, Message Editing and More: The latest iPhone update, iOS 16, is now available, and it brings a host of new features, including a redesigned home screen, message editing, and more.
  • Thousands of Minnesota Nurses Go on Strike Over Retention, Staffing, Pay: Thousands of nurses in Minnesota are on strike, demanding better retention and staffing levels, as well as higher pay.