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It is 2023 and there is still a baseball team that doesn't let its players grow beards.
Here's what you need to know about how to watch Thursday Night Football.
"I regretted mentioning 9/11 in my message that day and I immediately apologized to the team," McDermott said.
'Tis the weekend to kick back and stream the new Hallmark holiday movies.
Jason Fitz is joined by This Is Football host Kevin Clark, as the duo assume their alter egos and become Mr. Fix It. Fitz and Kevin run through some of the most abysmal NFL franchises and give clear 1-2 year plans to take teams from the bottom of the draft to playoff contention. The duo make a plan to fix the New England Patriots, Washington Commanders, Chicago Bears, Las Vegas Raiders, Tennessee Titans, New York Giants, Carolina Panthers, Los Angeles Chargers, Thursday Night Football and the Buffalo Bills. Later, Fitz is joined as always by former NFL GM Michael Lombardi to discuss the most underrated storylines of the week. The duo dive into the Miami Dolphins' criminally underrated defense and Vic Fangio's impact, the New York Jets and whether or not they'll blow it up after the season, which teams are ready for bad weather football and Justin Fields' development as a quarterback.
YouTube announced today a new comment moderation setting, “Pause,” letting creators and moderators prevent viewers from adding new comments yet keep existing comments on videos. The Pause option is located in the video-level comment settings in the upper right-hand corner of the comments panel on either the watch page in the app or in YouTube Studio.
In the world of sales, it often comes down to being where your customers are. And for a luxury automaker like Lamborghini, that means setting up shop at Art Basel Miami, where the well heeled flock to buy high-priced art and possibly high-end automobiles.
Who has the best matchups during the fantasy postseason? Jorge Martin rates running backs and their teams' schedules, 1-32.
Which fantasy stalwarts should we temper expectations for in Week 14? Here's Kate Magdziuk's list, headlined by the likely NFL Rookie of the Year.
Allison Winn Scotch tackles teen parenting dilemmas — including how to handle social media.
Treat yourself — or someone else — to these stellar gifts ranging from cozy essentials and timeless cookware to sleek appliances and food delicacies.
Andy Behrens looks at situations that should be giving managers nightmares as the fantasy playoffs loom.
Rivian stock is on the move higher today with a new bull joining the herd.
Spotify laid off 17% of the company – its third round of layoffs this year – and canceled two highly acclaimed shows, including a winner of the Pulitzer Prize for audio reporting. It’s just that Spotify took a billion dollar swing and whiffed, and now, podcasters themselves have to navigate the fallout. “Spotify has kind of set the terms of the quote-unquote ‘health’ of the podcasting industry based on their actions as a tech company,” said Eric Silver, co-founder and head of creative at Multitude, an independent podcast collective.
While today's bigger news from the world of Meta's messaging apps was the rollout of end-to-end encryption in Messenger, the company is also bringing another useful feature to its WhatsApp users: disappearing voice messages. The new feature will allow users to send a voice message that can only be listened to once before it disappears, similar to the "View Once" option for photos and videos introduced back in 2021. The company notes the feature could bring added security to conversations where you don't want the information retained in digital form -- like when planning a surprise or sharing sensitive information with a friend or family member, like your credit card number meant for a one-time use.
Mammoth, an app from the Mozilla-backed startup focused on building a more consumer-friendly entry point to the world of decentralized social media, is out today with its next big upgrade: Mammoth 2. The third-party Mastodon client had already focused on various pain points for joining the open source Twitter/X competitor, including better onboarding and its own "For You" feed, and with Mammoth 2, the app is introducing other features that will make Mastodon easier to use, including personalized follow suggestions, curated "smart lists" that help you track topics of interests, and integration with trusted sources for news, to give the app more of a Twitter-like feel. According to Mammoth co-founder Bart Decrem, the update comes at a time when the world of social media is about to see a sizable shift.
'Tis the season of chaotic gift-giving games!!
As the first portion of the NBA season unfolds, each week we will highlight a handful of make-or-break players who will determine their teams' fortunes, for better or worse.
Long before most of us were thinking about large language models, DataCebo co-founders Kalyan Veeramachaneni and Neha Patki were creating an open source library called Synthetic Data Vault, or SDV for short. The company’s roots go back to 2016 when both were working in the MIT Data to AI Lab. For companies, which need to use quality business data in large language models (and for other purposes) but who can’t necessarily use PII to do it, this is an intriguing idea.
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree, and this year, make sure your gifts are accompanied by a veritable pie of accessories.