Controversial Call in TCU-Michigan Leads to ‘That’s a TD’ Twitter Trend

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Sports Illustrated

By Wilton Jackson Officials may have missed a clear touchdown for Michigan. Michigan has not had the start it wanted against TCU in the Vrbo Fiesta Bowl. Early in the second quarter as they trailed 14–3, the Wolverines looked primed to score its first touchdown of the game. However, the officials in the game felt a different way. Michigan quarterback J.J. McCarthy delivered a 50-yard strike to Roman Wilson. In what looked like a touchdown for the Wolverines, officials ruled that Wilson caught the ball with complete control at the Horned Frogs’ one-yard line. It clearly looked as though Wilson … Read More “Controversial Call in TCU-Michigan Leads to ‘That’s a TD’ Twitter Trend”

Tom Trotter encourages technology use to embrace Soft Life trend

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BANG Showbiz English

Tom Trotter has urged people to utilise technology to incorporate the ‘Soft Living’ trend into their daily lives. The wellness enthusiast has shared some tips after it was revealed over 80% of Brits are interested in exploring the way of living – which is said to leave people ‘vibrating higher’ and feeling more relaxed by setting boundaries and prioritising the self – but nearly a third are unsure where to start. The #TeamGalaxy social influencer said: “Soft Living has been a way of life for a while now. My favourite hacks are considering what I eat and ensuring I stick to a healthy, nutrition… Read More “Tom Trotter encourages technology use to embrace Soft Life trend”

Carlos Correa’s $315 Million Deal With Mets Only Has 55% Chance Of Getting Done

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uSports.org

It’s been a wild last week for Carlos Correa and his deal with the New York Mets isn’t guaranteed to get done. First, the San Fransisco Giants had a reported agreement of a 13-year contract worth $350 million. However, that fell apart when the Giants drew concern over medical results. That allowed the New York Mets to swoop in and agree to a $315 million contract. However, the Mets found the same issue in their physical as the Giants did, which relates to a fractured right fibula that Correa suffered back in 2014. While both sides are trying to work things out, a source cited by New York Post … Read More “Carlos Correa’s $315 Million Deal With Mets Only Has 55% Chance Of Getting Done”

Britney Spears Posts Video From The Shower To Declare She Changed Her Name To ‘Brooklyn’

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OK Magazine

Britney Spears just made a huge announcement — we think. On Thursday, December 29, the pop sensation took to Instagram to share a provocative clip of herself in the shower, but it was her caption that really shocked, as she claimed she’s changed her famous moniker! “Changed my name to Brooklyn 😜🙈 !!!” Spears, 41, abruptly revealed along with a video of herself holding her boobs while water rained down. SIMON COWELL MAKES PLEA FOR ‘INTERESTING’ & ‘TALENTED’ BRITNEY SPEARS TO REJOIN REALITY TV WITH HIM: ‘I HAD A FANTASTIC RELATIONSHIP WITH HER’ The bizarre declaration comes as her husband, Sam A… Read More “Britney Spears Posts Video From The Shower To Declare She Changed Her Name To ‘Brooklyn’”

The Dogs Of Tech: It’s Time For A Bite Of These Stocks

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ValueWalk

Meta Platforms is down 50% and recently hit bottom.Amazon is down a greater 54% and shows signs of a bottom.Salesforce.com is a force to be reckoned with and may hit bottom soon.5 stocks we like better than Amazon.com2022 has been challenging for big tech. While the QQQ NASDAQ Index tracking stock (NASDAQ:QQQ) is down more than 33% from its post-pandemic peak names like Facebook (cough Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META), Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Salesforce.com (NYSE:CRM) are down more than 50%, and the figure may grow before the bottom is indeed hit. Nevertheless, the takeaway is that analysts and i… Read More “The Dogs Of Tech: It’s Time For A Bite Of These Stocks”

AI and risk management: Are financial services future-proof?

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City AM

By Darren Parkin by Emre Kazim, Ashyana-Jasmine Kachra and Ayesha Gulley of Holistic AI Across industries from healthcare to agriculture to financial services, we have seen the rapid adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) increasing efficiency and accuracy. In the financial services sector, AI is being used to recommend investments using a data-driven approach and identify fraudulent transactions based on spending habits. However, with high-profile incidents such as the glitch in Knight Capital’s trading algorithm, which led to the loss of $440 million USD in just 30 minutes, or a recent law… Read More “AI and risk management: Are financial services future-proof?”

Ollie Phillips: My Premiership team of 2022

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City AM

By Matt Hardy While many have taken the final week of the year to look at their best Premiership XV of the season so far, I have used this week to ponder over my XV of the entire calendar year. The last 12 months have seen Leicester win the Premiership, Saracens surge back into contention and some traditionally big clubs falter. Here is my Premiership rugby XV of 2022. Forwards – Front Five1 – Val Rapava-Ruskin (Gloucester): The West Country prop has been sensational throughout the year at loosehead and will be someone new England coach Steve Borthwick will have an eye on. He’s a brute force b… Read More “Ollie Phillips: My Premiership team of 2022”

By Sitting Derek Carr, Raiders Are Waving The White Flag

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uSports.org

The Las Vegas Raiders announced Wednesday that quarterback Derek Carr would “step away” from the team for the remainder of the season. With Carr at the helm in 15 starts in 2022, the team has earned a 6-9 record despite lofty expectations before the season. Backup quarterback Jarrett Stidham is scheduled to start Week 17. When the Raiders acquired star wide receiver Davante Adams from the Green Bay Packers, it was a franchise-defining move for a team that always seemed to have potential. After reaching the playoffs in 2021, many analysts speculated that Adams was exactly what Carr would need t… Read More “By Sitting Derek Carr, Raiders Are Waving The White Flag”

MedWand™ Solutions to take Attendees on a Digital Health Journey at CES 2023 with Interactive Pods, ‘MedTalk’ Presentations, Custom Video Game & More

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Cerebral Overload

Leading the way in delivering digital healthcare technologies for clinicians and patients, MedWand Solutions is busily preparing for the company’s most innovative trade show display to date for the upcoming 2023 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the World’s largest technology trade show, January 5-8, 2023 in Las Vegas. Mock Imagery courtesy of: Plus Studios A 2023 CES Innovation Award Honoree, MedWand will showcase the latest developments of its award-winning, US FDA 510(k)* cleared device and software platform by transporting attendees to different physical locations via interactive telemedici… Read More “MedWand™ Solutions to take Attendees on a Digital Health Journey at CES 2023 with Interactive Pods, ‘MedTalk’ Presentations, Custom Video Game & More”

Japan Travel 101: Your First Trip in 2023

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GaijinPot

As with any trip abroad, your first time visiting Japan will be filled with adventure, new experiences, and interesting challenges. But from your first time sleeping on a futon to your first time getting on a night bus to Osaka, there are a few things you need to prepare yourself for. We’ve already taken a look at how to prepare for post-pandemic travel, but here we will look at some of the basics to keep in mind when planning your first Japan trip. 1. Don’t just stay in TokyoOn your first trip to Japan, it can be tempting to set your sights on Tokyo and not aim to explore much further. But if… Read More “Japan Travel 101: Your First Trip in 2023”