An Advanced-Imaging Firm Makes a Risky Global Move

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By Maxx Chatsko A prominent tech company might be wasting resources by targeting markets outside the U.S. Developing a new advanced-imaging technology is difficult. Bringing one to market is even harder, as companies must navigate regulatory and commercial landscapes. I should know — I developed proof of concept for a novel hyperspectral imaging system in 2012. Nano-X Imaging (NNOX) – Get NANO-X IMAGING LTD Report has learned these lessons the hard way. The Israeli company captured the imaginations of retail investors shortly after debuting on the public market two years ago but has encounter… Read More “An Advanced-Imaging Firm Makes a Risky Global Move”

Leonardo DiCaprio Spotted In New York As Internet Roasts Him Over Camila Morrone Split

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Leonardo DiCaprio was seen out and about in New York following his headline-making split with Camila Morrone. On Tuesday, August 30, the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood actor stopped by the hot spot restaurant Il Buco mere hours after news of the split hit the press. In photos seen here, DiCaprio rocked his signature baseball cap, t-shirt and shorts combo as the newly single man strutted down the Big Apple streets. CLOSE CALLS: THESE STARS CHEATED DEATH — OK! LOOKS BACK AT THEIR EPIC TALES OF SURVIVAL As OK! previously reported, the Titanic actor, who is currently 47-years-old, and the 25-years-… Read More “Leonardo DiCaprio Spotted In New York As Internet Roasts Him Over Camila Morrone Split”

Richard Harris ‘played up hellraising image to generate publicity for his films’

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Richard Harris’ son thinks the actor played up his hellraising image as a ruse to generate publicity for his films. The ‘Harry Potter’ star’s eldest child, ‘Mad Men’ actor Jared, 60, said his father also once exploded at him during a row for trying to psychoanalyse him. Jared told The Guardian on Wednesday (31.08.22) about constantly getting asked about his dad’s boozing and drug taking: “The ‘hell-raiser’ question – whenever I do interviews and they ask about my dad, they never get past that. “He did it to himself because he promoted that image in newspapers to get column inches for the proje… Read More “Richard Harris ‘played up hellraising image to generate publicity for his films’”

Leave Lee Corso Alone

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Sports Illustrated

By Jimmy Traina Disparaging remarks, calls for Lee Corso to be removed from ‘GameDay’ should stop 1. I know there is probably nothing more fruitless than asking people on social media to be nice, but still: Can we all give Lee Corso a break? The lovable Corso, who has been with ESPN’s College GameDay since 1987, turned 87 years old Aug. 7. Obviously, Corso isn’t going to be as sharp at this stage of his career as he used to be. That’s just basic common sense. But people don’t need to point that out every single Saturday when he’s on TV and call for the man to be removed from the show that he h… Read More “Leave Lee Corso Alone”

On The Line: A Week 1 mega-preview

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By Zach Barnett Notre Dame-Ohio State, Oregon-Georgia and Utah-Florida are the headliners, but we’ve found more storylines that make nearly 50 games worth watching. Week 0 was the appetizer, and now we have the main course. And the other main course. And then the third main course. Then the dessert, and the second dessert. The Week 1 college football schedule begins Thursday evening and runs, almost continuously, until the early hours of Tuesday morning. In between, we’ll get three AP ranked matchups, a non-ranked game pitting teams that won a combined 24 games in 2021, 26 head coaching debuts… Read More “On The Line: A Week 1 mega-preview”

Jeff Gordon: Retooled Cardinals pitching staff could deliver collective success

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The Cardinals don’t feature a dominant starter like Justin Verlander, Max Scherzer or Sandy Alcantara in their rotation. Beyond Ryan Helsley, there hasn’t been much consistent swing-and-miss muscle in their bullpen either. But the Cardinals have upgraded their arms supply through trades and promotions, so a strong collective effort could earn them the division title and another ticket to postseason play. While Albert Pujols’ bid for 700 homers and the MVP-caliber play of Paul Goldschmidt and Nolan Arenado will rightfully command our attention, what happens on the mound will decide this team’s … Read More “Jeff Gordon: Retooled Cardinals pitching staff could deliver collective success”

NASCAR Reacts To Bubba Wallace’s Number Change

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By Daniel Bates No more No. 23 in ’22 for Bubba Wallace. On Wednesday, Wallace’s team, 23XI Racing, announced that the YellaWood 500 winner will take over the No. 45 car for the remainder of the season, in pursuit of an Owner’s Championship. The NASCAR World reacted to Bubba’s number swap on social media. “Bubba is going to do the Full Jordan [trademark] going from 23 to 45 and [then] back to 23 (I would assume) next year,” one user tweeted at Paul Lukas. “This is a brilliant move for 23XI Racing, in my opinion,” a NASCAR writer said. “Bubba Wallace gives the organization their best shot to ma… Read More “NASCAR Reacts To Bubba Wallace’s Number Change”

The NBA Will Reportedly Reduce League Pass Price From $230 Annually To $100

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By Lee Tran View the original article to see embedded media. League Pass is the way the majority of fans watch the NBA online. The service provides out-of-market streaming of NBA games, so long as the games are not nationally televised. During the 2021-22 season, an annual subscription to League Pass cost $230, which may have been cost-prohibitive to some fans. However, it seems as though the league is addressing that. A report by Jacob Feldman of revealed that the NBA will offer League Pass at “a dramatically lower price” for the 2022-23 season, with an annual membership being on… Read More “The NBA Will Reportedly Reduce League Pass Price From $230 Annually To $100”

Palo Alto adds new SaaS compliance, threat prevention, URL filtering features to Prisma solution

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By Michael Hill Cybersecurity vendor Palo Alto Networks has announced new updates to its Prisma Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) platform that introduce new Software as a Service (SaaS) security and compliance support for customers, along with enhanced threat prevention and URL filtering capabilities. The firm has also released a new native artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) solution for SASE to help simplify networking and security operations. The launches come as the hybrid working era persists with organizations increasingly implementing and relying on SaaS applications, int… Read More “Palo Alto adds new SaaS compliance, threat prevention, URL filtering features to Prisma solution”

Google worker quits over ‘silencing’ of pro-Palestine voices

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A Google employee who slammed the tech giant’s $1.2 billion deal with the Israeli government has quit her lucrative job, after the company “retaliated” against her over her pro-Palestine campaigning. Ariel Koren, product manager at Google for Education, told colleagues she was quitting the company at the end of the week over the alleged targeting of her activism against Israeli human rights abuses. Koren campaigned against a $1.2 billion agreement between Google and Amazon to provide artificial intelligence tools and other services to the Israeli government over the country’s human rights abus… Read More “Google worker quits over ‘silencing’ of pro-Palestine voices”