Hollywood’s Dark Angel

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Factinate

Heartbreak. Struggle. Love affairs. And a dark secret that she tried to hide until the day she died. In her time on Earth, starlet Merle Oberon lived a thousand lives. Her devastating beauty propelled her to stardom, but the scandalous circumstances of her birth haunted her throughout her life. It was only after her death that her truth was finally exposed. The striking beauty never let anyone else tell her what to do—so find your best light for these 42 facts about Merle Oberon. Merle Oberon Facts1. Murky OriginsMerle Oberon’s affairs and relationships might have set Hollywood a titter during… Read More “Hollywood’s Dark Angel”

The Two Things You Need To Know About Oracle’s FQ1 Report

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ValueWalk

Oracle (NASDAQ:ORCL) is an important company to watch for more reasons than one. In regard to the earnings cycle, it reports mid-way between peaks marking the low point of the cycle. In regard to its business, the company can give deep insight into the SaaS and now Cloud Computing industries, and this quarter is no exception. The fiscal Q1/calendar Q3 report reveals two things about the market that investors need to know. Q2 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Find A Qualified Financial AdvisorEach advisor has been vetted by SmartAsset and is held to a fiduciary standard to act in yo… Read More “The Two Things You Need To Know About Oracle’s FQ1 Report”

College Football Analyst Reveals Biggest ‘Concern’ With Alabama

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The Spun

By Andrew McCarty Over the weekend, the Alabama Crimson Tide squeaked out a win over the Texas Longhorns by the final score of 20-19. It was a hard-fought game that could have ended with an Alabama loss had Texas starting quarterback Quinn Ewers not left the game in the first half with an injury. After taking a few day to digest the game, college football analyst Joel Klatt is officially worried about one thing regarding Alabama – playing on the road. “They had the two-point win against Florida, they lost against Texas A&M, they beat Mississippi State badly and then they had the four-overtime … Read More “College Football Analyst Reveals Biggest ‘Concern’ With Alabama”

Wall St tumbles to biggest loss in two years following CPI data

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Reuters

By Stephen Culp NEW YORK (Reuters) – A broad sell-off sent U.S. stocks reeling on Tuesday after a hotter-than-expected inflation report dashed hopes that the Federal Reserve could relent and scale back its policy tightening in the coming months. All three major U.S. stock indexes veered sharply lower, snapping four-day winning streaks and notching their biggest one-day percentage drops since June 2020 during the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic. Surging risk-off sentiment pulled every major sector deep into negative territory, with interest-rate-sensitive tech and tech-adjacent market leaders, … Read More “Wall St tumbles to biggest loss in two years following CPI data”

This AI-powered ‘smart bin’ sorts recycling by itself

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Euronews (English)

Despite the best intentions, the sad reality is that only a fraction of the plastics we dutifully separate from the rest of our waste is ever truly recycled. And one of the biggest contributing factors to this state of affairs is that plastic recycling isn’t properly sorted. Take Australia, for example. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), almost half of the overall waste generated annually in the country is recycled. But in the New South Wales alone, only 10 per cent of the state’s 800,000 tonnes of plastics are recycled because they are not sorted properly, according to th… Read More “This AI-powered ‘smart bin’ sorts recycling by itself”

How the Internet of Things is taking tech into the future

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City AM

By Darren Parkin by Matthew Margetts, Director of Smarter Technologies The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming a household term – and one that has found unique applicability in not only our homes, but in our businesses, workplaces, and cities. The number of installed IoT devices is expected to surge to around 30.9 billion units by 2025. The myriad forms of technology have the potential to provide incredible business value. They are vital tools for digital transformation and datafication – and their power lies in performance improvements, as well as problem-solving capabilities. IoT’s importan… Read More “How the Internet of Things is taking tech into the future”

Bitcoin looking to steal the show during Ethereum’s turn in the limelight

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City AM

By Darren Parkin The long-awaited Ethereum Merge is almost upon us, but it appears Bitcoin is determined to take its place in the spotlight from a price perspective. Ethereum, the second-largest cryptocurrency by market value, is changing hands for $1,722 at time of writing, down 1.5 per cent over the past 24 hours. The price of Bitcoin, meanwhile, is up one per cent since this time yesterday to $22,391. It appears that Bitcoin is tracking equity markets, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq and S&P 500 both climbing more than a percentage point. Other major cryptocurrencies conversely were mostly in th… Read More “Bitcoin looking to steal the show during Ethereum’s turn in the limelight”

Azerbaijan’s Alat FEZ, Israel’s BioPharmax ink cooperation accord

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Azer News

By Ayya Lmahamad Azerbaijan’s Alat Free Economic Zone Authority and Israel’sBioPharmax company have signed the first cooperation contract,Azernews reports per Trend. The document was signed by Alat FEZ Authority Board ChairmanValeh Alasgarov and BioPharmax CEO Sarel Chen-Tov. Speaking at the signing ceremony, Valeh Alasgarov stated thatBioPharmax will open a representative office of its company inAzerbaijan (BioPharmax AFEZCO), adding that an area of threehectares will be allocated for the Israeli company. “The company intends to use modern equipment in the productionof medical products, and t… Read More “Azerbaijan’s Alat FEZ, Israel’s BioPharmax ink cooperation accord”

Your oven just sent you a photo: AI’s impact on home appliances

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DPA

Berlin (dpa) — Hobs that tell you when to add the steak, ovens that suggest how to cook your food, fridges that open at your command — Artificial Intelligence (AI) is also now making inroads into the World of the humble kitchen appliance. The recent IFA electronics trade show in Berlin saw manufacturers unveil a range of futuristic devices that will soon be on the market. For example, Siemens’ iQ700 refrigerator is networked with Amazon’s voice assistant Alexa and opens its door at your voice command so you don’t have to put down any bowls or groceries you have in your hands. You can also cont… Read More “Your oven just sent you a photo: AI’s impact on home appliances”

Frank Clark Cut Alcohol This Offseason To Prepare For Training Camp

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uSports.org

As the NFL season starts, many football pundits are having a look at which players are primed for a leap this upcoming season. For the Kansas City Chiefs, this year is no different. One player who has put in the work is veteran pass rusher, Frank Clark. Clark reported to Chiefs camp looking more in shape than he’s ever been, a change he attributes to a certain lifestyle change.  “One of the main things is I cut a lot of red meat out. I stopped drinking liquor,” Clark said. “Alcohol is a big factor in a lot of things as far as weight, that cut, it all is sugar. So at the end of the day, I stopp… Read More “Frank Clark Cut Alcohol This Offseason To Prepare For Training Camp”