AWS Launches Second Infrastructure Region in India

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Cerebral Overload

Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com, Inc. company (NASDAQ: AMZN), today announced the launch of its second AWS infrastructure Region in India—the AWS Asia Pacific (Hyderabad) Region. Starting today, developers, startups, entrepreneurs, and enterprises, as well as government, education, and nonprofit organizations, will have greater choice for running their applications and serving end users from data centers located in India. Customers will have access to advanced AWS technologies to drive innovation including data analytics, security, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (… Read More “AWS Launches Second Infrastructure Region in India”

Army veteran who stopped the Club Q shooter owns a brewery. Supporters nationwide are buying his goods to say thanks

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

Supporters across the country are expressing their gratitude to the Army veteran who restrained the alleged shooter at a Colorado Springs LGBTQ club by buying beer, T-shirts and hoodies from his business. Richard M. Fierro, 45, has been lauded for springing to action during the shooting at Club Q that killed five and injured 18 last Saturday. Fierro, a decorated Army veteran, was attending a drag show at the club with friends and family when the gunman opened fire with an AR-15 style rifle. Fierro and other patrons, including one who used her high heels as a weapon, charged the shooter. Fierro… Read More “Army veteran who stopped the Club Q shooter owns a brewery. Supporters nationwide are buying his goods to say thanks”

Ranking (and Picking) This Weekend’s Spiciest Rivalry Games

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Sports Illustrated

By Pat Forde The spiciest week of college football is upon us, which calls for an evaluation of the matchups on a scale ranging from habanero hot to ketchup. Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college football (goose eggs sold separately at Boston College, which was shut out for the first time in six years Saturday by Notre Dame): MORE DASH: Year 1 Coaches | Heisman Race | Michigan-Ohio State Fourth QuarterRanking the RivalriesWith the entire third quarter of this week’s Dash devoted to the monster showdown between Ohio State and Michigan, it’s time to take a look at the res… Read More “Ranking (and Picking) This Weekend’s Spiciest Rivalry Games”

The biggest ever Cup shocks

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90min (EN)

By Jamie Spencer The World Cup has given football plenty of its greatest ever moments since the very first tournament was played in 1930. It is all about he best players performing on the biggest stage. But the World Cup is also much more and tournament football has long been a great equaliser. It doesn’t always play out as expected, with the underdogs sometimes pulling off the kind of shocks that no one could have predicted before kick-off. Here’s a look back at 14 of the biggest shocks in World Cup history… 14. Brazil 2-1 Uruguay (1950)It seemed like Brazil’s divine right to win the WorldRead More “The biggest ever Cup shocks”

College Football’s Most Sought-After Rivalry Week Tickets

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Sports Illustrated

By Kevin Sweeney No. 2 Ohio State and No. 3 Michigan’s Big Ten clash headlines a compelling slate of rivalry matchups. The final week of the college football regular season is here, and that can mean only one thing: Rivalry Week is here. Even for teams not in the College Football Playoff or high-level bowl game discussion, there’s something to play for this week. But while all rivalry games are entertaining to watch, five games, in particular, stand out that should be both heated and critical for postseason implications. Here’s a look at the most in-demand games to attend this Rivalry Week, us… Read More “College Football’s Most Sought-After Rivalry Week Tickets”

10 Best Practises For Social Media Marketing In 2023

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ValueWalk

Social media conglomerates have endured a turbulent twelve months, as the macroeconomic climate started to dwindle amid severe economic challenges from soaring consumer inflation, skyrocketing interest rates, geopolitical tension, and pandemic-era supply chain constraints. The social media landscape today looks a lot different than what it did a year ago, and for businesses under the helm of these social giants, navigating the road forward can seem like an arduous challenge. Q3 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Looking back at just the last few weeks, we see social media companies … Read More “10 Best Practises For Social Media Marketing In 2023”

Fantasy Football Week 12: Add and Drop

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The San Diego Union-Tribune

Each week I’ll list the best widely available free agents for fantasy football — I define “widely available” as being owned in around half of all ESPN or Yahoo leagues — and some guys who are probably better off in the free agent pool than collecting dust on your roster. Follow me on Twitter @UTEddieBrown if you have questions throughout the week. Here’s my NFL Week 12 waiver wire cheat sheet for all league sizes and formats, with players you need to add, drop and stream in your fantasy football league: ADD WR Treylon Burks, Titans (ESPN: 23%; Yahoo: 20%): Burks has barely played over half of … Read More “Fantasy Football Week 12: Add and Drop”

QYLD – Want To Get A 10% Dividend Yield, Look Here

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ValueWalk

The Global X NASDAQ 100 Covered Call ETF yields more than 10%.The ETF tracks the CBOE NASDAQ 100 Buy-Write Index with Full Replication.While attractive, the yield comes with risks that include capital erosion.If you want to invest in covered calls the Global X Funds NASDAQ 100 ETF (NASDAQ:QYLD) is something you should check out. Better yet, if you want to get a high double-digit yield in a stock with a long track record of successive monthly dividend payments this should be on your list. Q3 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Find A Qualified Financial AdvisorEach advisor has been ve… Read More “QYLD – Want To Get A 10% Dividend Yield, Look Here”

You’ll soon be able to film like a pro with your smartphone

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Relaxnews

By Courtesy of Qualcomm A new generation of smartphone chips will hit the market in 2023, promising new uses, such as filming video in 8K HDR quality at 60 frames per second. But is it really all that useful? A new generation of smartphone chips will hit the market in 2023, promising new uses, such as filming video in 8K HDR quality at 60 frames per second. But is it really all that useful? The arrival of Qualcomm’s newest system-on-chip (SoC), called the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, is set to change the game once again. While there are already smartphones that can shoot video in 8K resolution, this ne… Read More “You’ll soon be able to film like a pro with your smartphone”

Metaverse is a risk to human social skills, Abba Voyage producer says

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DPA

The metaverse is a concern because it will encourage more screen time and damage human connections, the producer of the Abba Voyage show says. Svana Gisla told Britain’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee that the technology “scares” her and does not represent an obvious improvement on digital experiences. Abba Voyage, a physical concert featuring four 3D digital versions of the group’s younger selves singing and dancing to some of their hits, was purposely designed to be a large group experience rather than a fully virtual or digital event on mobile devices or headsets. The concert t… Read More “Metaverse is a risk to human social skills, Abba Voyage producer says”