Mega Cap Technology Stocks Continue To Lead The Overall Stock Market

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In his podcast addressing the markets today, Louis Navellier offered the following commentary. Good Guidance RewardedI like how stocks are acting to their earnings announcements this week. Earnings are still working, so that’s a good sign. Guidance is very important. The companies that give good guidance are obviously being rewarded. Retail news has been interesting this week. Home Depot Inc (NYSE:HD) reported on Tuesday that its same-store sales in the U.S. declined 4.6% in the first quarter and warned that it expects its fiscal 2023 sales to decline 2% to 5% compared to 2022. This is the fir… Read More “Mega Cap Technology Stocks Continue To Lead The Overall Stock Market”

US Supreme Court rules Warhol image violated photo copyright

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Washington (AFP) – An Andy Warhol print of the late pop star Prince violated the copyright of the photographer who took the original image, the US Supreme Court said Thursday, in a ruling with important implications for the art market. In a case that spiralled around the hot-button issue of whether a derivative work of art is a mere copy or fully transformative, the court ruled that celebrity photographer Lynn Goldsmith should have earned a fee when the Andy Warhol Foundation licensed “Orange Prince,” a silk screen print image of Prince, for use by Vanity Fair magazine. In their 7-2 ruling, th… Read More “US Supreme Court rules Warhol image violated photo copyright”

OX Security adds ChatGPT plugin for AppSec

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By Jon Gold OX Security, an application security vendor, now has a plugin for ChatGPT, allowing users to leverage the power of the headline-making generative AI assistant to protect the software supply chain, generate personalized security recommendations and remedy security issues quickly. The Israel-based company, in a press release issued yesterday, said that generative AI has already altered the security landscape, and not for the better. AI models, according to OX, have been used to seek out new vulnerabilities and draft phishing messages, among other things. ChatGPT integration provides … Read More “OX Security adds ChatGPT plugin for AppSec”

Mark Cuban Provokes Elon Musk

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By Luc Olinga Elon Musk and Mark Cuban are billionaires as well as respected and admired tech luminaries and entrepreneurs. They both have millions of fans. But their relations seem cold, judging from their exchanges and, recently, Cuban’s remarks about Musk, which the Tesla CEO has not yet answered. Musk, who runs electric-vehicle producer Tesla (TSLA) – Get Free Report, acquired the Twitter social network for $44 billion last October. He said he wanted to remake Twitter into a bastion of free speech, a place where nothing is censored and everything can be said so long as it does not violate … Read More “Mark Cuban Provokes Elon Musk”

Hollywood actors’ union asks members to authorize possible strike

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By Lisa Richwine LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The board of Hollywood’s actors union asked members on Thursday to give negotiators the power to call a strike, a move that would add new pressure to major studios already facing a writers’ strike. The SAG-AFTRA actors union set a June 5 deadline for its 160,000 members to cast ballots in a strike authorization vote. If approved, the measure would allow union leaders to call a work stoppage if they cannot reach a new contract agreement with major Hollywood studios. The writers’ strike has disrupted production of late-night shows and some TV series, but … Read More “Hollywood actors’ union asks members to authorize possible strike”

Twitter alleges Microsoft improperly used its data

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(Reuters) -Twitter Inc has alleged that Microsoft Corp violated an agreement over using the social media company’s data, according to a letter seen by Reuters on Thursday. Twitter owner Elon Musk’s lawyer said in the letter that Microsoft had used more Twitter data than it was supposed to, and also shared the data with government agencies without permission. The letter, first reported by The New York Times, said though Microsoft had agreed to comply with Twitter’s Developer Agreement and Policy, a recent review of the tech giant’s activity suggests that it may have been in violation of “multip… Read More “Twitter alleges Microsoft improperly used its data”

Apple Drops the Answer to an ESPN Bombshell

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By Rob Lenihan The legendary journalist Jimmy Cannon once said “a rabid sports fan is one that boos a TV set.” Bear in mind that this was long before the internet, streaming TV, smart phones and all the other techie things that sports fans have available to them today. Sports fans are plentiful in these United States and many of them are proudly rabid. They also tend to love statistics, so with that in mind… DON’T MISS:Apple Reveals a Powerful New Feature That Absolutely No One Asked For Seventy percent of Americans say they are sports fans, according toa survey conducted earlier this year b… Read More “Apple Drops the Answer to an ESPN Bombshell”

Gen Z and Millennials are taking over the electorate: columnist

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Washington Post columnist Philip Bump explained that there’s a strange divide in looking at “young voters” and their impact on elections. This month the Census Bureau released data showing the demographics of the electorate in the 2022 midterm elections. It didn’t show much of an increase from the 2018 midterms, and much less than 2020. But other pollsters and voter data firms have highlighted the impact of the Millennial Generation and now Gen Z for years. Bump explained the way measurements generally work. They look at “young voters” as those 18-29. But that isn’t Gen Z and the Millennial Ge… Read More “Gen Z and Millennials are taking over the electorate: columnist”

Trends and prospects of Kyiv’s housing market

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Read also: Rent, Primary and Secondary Housing: Real estate market activity in April Dmitry Korchev, director of the Brock Realty real estate agency, told NV he recently rented out his last apartment for UAH 7,000 per month. This is rather an exception, but his colleagues from other real estate agencies confirm this trend: it is now possible to rent out housing that customers were not even looking at a few months ago. Demand, they estimate, is now a third higher than in winter, which allows landlords to raise prices by 10%. However, rents have not yet rebounded to their pre-war levels. PeopleRead More “Trends and prospects of Kyiv’s housing market”

GIGABYTE to Introduce Leading-Edge AI Solutions and Computers at COMPUTEX 2023, Unveiling “Future of COMPUTING”

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GIGABYTE, a leading innovator of computer hardware and server solutions, announces its unprecedented exhibits at COMPUTEX 2023. Resonating its theme “Future of COMPUTING”, GIGABYTE is unveiling its all-around technical achievements, including industry-leading AI/HPC servers, green computing solutions, gaming and creator products, industrial PC, AI smart securities, and autonomous vehicle technology. Besides product exhibits, GIGABYTE will hold a four-day Tech Talk with speakers from AMD, Ampere, Intel, and NVIDIA, sharing insights about how the future of computing is reshaping the technology l… Read More “GIGABYTE to Introduce Leading-Edge AI Solutions and Computers at COMPUTEX 2023, Unveiling “Future of COMPUTING””