Palo Alto Networks: Pioneering AI In Cybersecurity

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ValueWalk

Palo Alto Networks (NASDAQ:PANW) is a leader in the cybersecurity industry. It has significantly grown its revenues faster and higher than the industry’s 5-year average. The average revenue growth for companies in the cybersecurity industry is 10% per year, while PANW grows at a rate of 25.4%. The business also has impressive projects in the pipeline such as its Cortex Extended Security Intelligence & Automation Management (XSIAM) platform to lead it into the future of cloud security. Its recent financial performance is also something that investors should take note of. Q1 2022 hedge fund lett… Read More “Palo Alto Networks: Pioneering AI In Cybersecurity”

Look: Tennessee Fans Furious With Ohio State Commitment

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The Spun

By Matt Hladik Ohio State outdueled Tennessee and others to land a commitment from five-star wide receiver Carnell Tate on Monday. The Vols were one of Tate’s other reported finalists, having hosted the premier talent on an official visit back in April. UT fans seemed to have legitimate hope that the IMG Academy standout would be coming to Knoxville. Instead, Tate is just the latest highly-rated wideout to commit to Ohio State, and some Vols supporters are taking out their frustrations on the internet. To be fair, while Ohio State fans are enjoying these meltdowns, this isn’t endemic to Tennes… Read More “Look: Tennessee Fans Furious With Ohio State Commitment”

Ndamukong Suh Addresses Future: NFL Reacts

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates Five-time Pro Bowler Ndamukong Suh made an appearance on ESPN’s “NFL Live” Monday. The all-decade DT touched on a number of topics, including his NFL future. And while Suh did say that he would like to continue playing in 2022, “It looks like the Bucs are out of the picture.” The NFL World reacted to Suh’s days in Tampa seemingly coming to a close. “Should the Broncos consider adding Ndamukong Suh??” asked a Broncos fan site. “Lions bring him back to the D please let it end where it began,” tweeted a Detroit fan. “I pitched him on the Chargers…” said ESPN’s Mina Kimes. “Seemed … Read More “Ndamukong Suh Addresses Future: NFL Reacts”

Brittney Griner’s Wife, Cherelle, Shares Heartbreaking News

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The Spun

By Alek Arend A phone call between Brittney Griner and her wife, Cherelle Watson, that had been scheduled for nearly two weeks never took place last Saturday. Griner was supposed to be granted access to a phone call on Saturday. What’s the occasion? Their fourth wedding anniversary. It would have been the first time they talked on the phone since the WNBA star’s arrest in Russia. However, the phone call never got through. To make matters worse, Griner tried the number she was given over 11 times. Watson never got the call. “I was distraught. I was hurt. I was done, fed up,” Cherelle Griner tol… Read More “Brittney Griner’s Wife, Cherelle, Shares Heartbreaking News”

NBA Reacts To Charles Barkley, Kevin Durant Drama

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates The continued back-and-forth between Nets superstar Kevin Durant and Hall of Famer Charles Barkley has been the talk of NBA Twitter over the weekend. After Golden State won its first title post-KD, Barkley said that Durant will never get the respect from the old heads until he win’s a championship as the “bus driver.” Until he [Durant] is the guy on a championship team, we’re not going to ever give him the respect that he probably deserves. KD fired back on Monday night. Tweeting, “All this [expletive] is nasty, another terrible analogy from a hatin old head that can’t accept t… Read More “NBA Reacts To Charles Barkley, Kevin Durant Drama”

Get Out Of My House: Insane Stories Of Horrible Houseguests

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Factinate

Some say you don’t really know someone until you’ve lived with them, and when your usually personable friend stays a few nights, you might see a side of them that just might threaten your friendship. Some things can be brushed off as odd behavior, but others are just hard to believe. From rude guests to gross guests to just downright mind-boggling guests, people have shared their houseguest horror stories—and they might make you never want to host again! 1. Family BondsMy sister-in-law was staying with me a couple of months before my wedding. She was controlling everything from the food we eat… Read More “Get Out Of My House: Insane Stories Of Horrible Houseguests”

Brazilian facial recognition ruling can set an important precedent for country-wide use

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Global Voices

Image courtesy Laís Martins Every day, nearly 5 million people use São Paulo’s metro system. Every one of their faces may have been recorded in a facial recognition system that has been in use since early 2020. In a March 23 decision, a São Paulo State court ordered the Metro company to stop using the technology. The Metro appealed the decision, claiming its monitoring system “rigorously obeys the General Law on Data Protection,” but the argument was rejected by the same court in mid-April. The decision is considered a win for a group of civil society entities who filed the public civil lawsui… Read More “Brazilian facial recognition ruling can set an important precedent for country-wide use”

UOB Malaysia and The FinLab to accelerate digital transformation for women-led businesses through Jom Transform Programme

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ACN Newswire

The Programme has enabled more than 400 SMEs to embark on their digitalisation journey since 2019 KUALA LUMPUR, June 20, 2022 – (ACN Newswire) – UOB Malaysia and The FinLab[1] today announced the fourth edition of the Jom Transform Programme[2]. This year’s programme is set to empower women to transform their businesses through digital acceleration. Jom Transform Programme (JTP) is specially-curated to provide advisory and assistance in the areas of digitalisation for Malaysia’s small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). This year’s programme, themed ‘JTP: Womenpreneur Edition’, aims to suppo… Read More “UOB Malaysia and The FinLab to accelerate digital transformation for women-led businesses through Jom Transform Programme”

The year’s best movies, so far: ‘Top Gun,’ ‘RRR,’ ‘Jackass’ and more

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The Detroit News

We’ve nearly reached 2022’s halfway point, and at the movies it’s shaping up to be a pretty special year, with new and veteran voices chiming in with films worthy of celebration. Hollywood is rebuilding after two years that were harshly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but judging by the healthy box office receipts for “Top Gun: Maverick,” things are once again trending in the right direction. The “Top Gun” sequel is a reminder of everything the movies do right when they’re firing on all cylinders, and it leads the list of the year’s best movies so far. Here’s a look at the rest of 2022’s be… Read More “The year’s best movies, so far: ‘Top Gun,’ ‘RRR,’ ‘Jackass’ and more”

Coronavirus sniffer dogs can even smell Long Covid cases, study shows

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DPA

Sniffer dogs, which have been trained to detect people infected with the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic, can also tell when a person has Long Covid, researchers in Germany have found. A team led by the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover (TiHo) found that certain compounds that remain present in Long Covid patients long after the initial infection can be picked up by dogs. Sniffer dogs have already been used at airports and public events to help detect coronavirus infections and prevent super-spreader events, and researchers now hope dogs will be able to help spot unidentif… Read More “Coronavirus sniffer dogs can even smell Long Covid cases, study shows”