Can Nvidia Bounce Back

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ValueWalk

Q1 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more NVIDIA Underperforms Even Against CompetitorsThe decline of NVDA stock was among the worst performer in the NASDAQ index. Competitors like Microsoft (MSFT), Intel Corp (INTC), and Texas Instruments (TXN) were all down at the end of the day. Texas Instruments had the smallest drop, of nearly 2.7% to $170.30 while Microsoft saw a 4.55% drop to $254.08. Finally, Intel Corp fell more than 4.6% to $42.35. For Nvidia Corp, though, the day was not a satisfying one. As such, on Wednesday NVDA closed $177.09 below its 52-week high of $346.47 (reached on … Read More “Can Nvidia Bounce Back”

Boeing Hopes Third Time Is the Charm for Starliner Space Capsule

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The Street

By Tony Owusu Boeing had a launch in 2019 that failed to complete the mission and another planned launch in 2020 that failed to even get off the ground. This launch has been about two and a half years in the making for Boeing (BA) – Get Boeing Company Report. The aerospace company launched the first test flight of Starliner, the company’s reusable spacecraft capsule for passengers, in December 2019. The test flight, named OFT-1, had a successful launch, but failed to complete its mission of reaching the International Space Station due to software issues that kept the capsule from reaching the … Read More “Boeing Hopes Third Time Is the Charm for Starliner Space Capsule”

100 Things to Know for the 2022 College Football Season

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Athlon Sports

By Steven Lassan 100 things you need to know for the 2022 college football season. The arrival of May 19 on the calendar officially marks 100 days until the start of the 2022 college football season. To celebrate, Athlon Sports is taking a look at 100 things to know for the upcoming year. Whether it’s a player on the rise, teams with major question marks, stats to know, a small preview on a team, position battles, or just key units to watch, we’ve covered everything you need to get prepped for the upcoming year. 100 Things to Know for the 2022 College Football SeasonNew Oklahoma (100) quarterb… Read More “100 Things to Know for the 2022 College Football Season”

Week 1 NFL Odds: Betting Guide for All Games

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Athlon Sports

By Athlon Sports + OddsTrader The NFL regular season will be here before you know it and Odds Trader has all the resources you need to turn informed decisions into winning wagers. Below we will reveal the early Week 1 NFL odds and break down each game on the docket. Below OddsTrader will reveal the early Week 1 NFL odds and break down each game on the docket. Thursday, September 8, 2022 __Bills at Rams (-1) @8:20 PM ET on NBC – SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA__It’s not far-fetched to believe that the first game of the regular season just might be a preview of the last game of the postseason…. Read More “Week 1 NFL Odds: Betting Guide for All Games”

Cramer’s Mad Money Recap 5/19: Apple, Nvidia, Costco

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The Street

By Scott Rutt Jim Cramer says the short-term outlook is awful, but the answer is to stick with the long-term winners. Yes, this market is just plain awful, Jim Cramer admitted his Mad Money viewers Thursday. But over the long haul, the best way to make money, Cramer said, is by believing, not disbelieving, by owning stocks, not renting them, and by engaging when times get tough, not running and hiding. Has Cramer become hopelessly optimistic? Over the short-term, perhaps, but the long-term trend for stocks is always higher. You can make a fair and rational bear case for just about every stock … Read More “Cramer’s Mad Money Recap 5/19: Apple, Nvidia, Costco”

Should the Dallas Cowboys Extend Trevon Diggs?

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Prime Time Sports Talk

The NFL is a mysterious league, especially when it comes to the salary cap, contracts, and money in general. It is a business, but fans fail to understand the way the market works within the league. Once a player sets the market, it becomes the same as any other business. A market changes daily, just look at Wall Street. On Wednesday, the league saw the Green Bay Packers announce that Jaire Alexander received a contract of $84 million. Once again, the market resets and the players who have yet to be paid will now have the chance to make more money than they could have ever imagined. Enter Trev… Read More “Should the Dallas Cowboys Extend Trevon Diggs?”

The future of EV batteries spells faster charging and longer lifespans

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Relaxnews

The Israeli startup StoreDot is working on a new technology to significantly speed up the charging of electric vehicle batteries while also increasing their lifespan. StoreDot estimates that its battery loses nothing in performance, even after more than 1,500 charging cycles. Currently, this ultra-fast charging technology can charge the equivalent of 160 km in just five minutes. The idea is to achieve an equivalent charge in three minutes by 2028, and in just two minutes by 2032. StoreDot is an expert in so-called extreme fast charging (XFC) for electric vehicles. And while this demonstration … Read More “The future of EV batteries spells faster charging and longer lifespans”

LeBron Says He Shattered Backboard Last Time He Played Bronny

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Sports Illustrated

By Joseph Salvador The Lakers star doesn’t even hold back when playing against his son. View the original article to see embedded media. Since the Lakers are spending this offseason at home, LeBron James took the time Monday to answer some fan questions on Twitter. One of his answers elicited quite a response from the internet and it had to do with his son, Bronny. Bronny is a four-star recruit who is finishing up his junior year at Sierra Canyon in California. James’s first-born son is also a highly sought-after guard and one fan asked James if he had been beaten by Bronny one-on-one yet. “Th… Read More “LeBron Says He Shattered Backboard Last Time He Played Bronny”

The Private Sector Steps In to Protect Online Health Privacy, but Critics Say It Can’t Be Trusted

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California Healthline

Most people have at least a vague sense that someone somewhere is doing mischief with the data footprints created by their online activities: Maybe their use of an app is allowing that company to build a profile of their habits, or maybe they keep getting followed by creepy ads. It’s more than a feeling. Many companies in the health tech sector — which provides services that range from mental health counseling to shipping attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder pills through the mail — have shockingly leaky privacy practices. A guide released this month by the Mozilla Foundation found that 26… Read More “The Private Sector Steps In to Protect Online Health Privacy, but Critics Say It Can’t Be Trusted”

The Private Sector Steps In to Protect Online Health Privacy, but Critics Say It Can’t Be Trusted

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Kaiser Health News

Most people have at least a vague sense that someone somewhere is doing mischief with the data footprints created by their online activities: Maybe their use of an app is allowing that company to build a profile of their habits, or maybe they keep getting followed by creepy ads. It’s more than a feeling. Many companies in the health tech sector — which provides services that range from mental health counseling to shipping attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder pills through the mail — have shockingly leaky privacy practices. A guide released this month by the Mozilla Foundation found that 26… Read More “The Private Sector Steps In to Protect Online Health Privacy, but Critics Say It Can’t Be Trusted”