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Google Chrome's privacy changes will hit the web later this year - CNET

The search giant's online ad business benefits from harvesting your personal data, but its browser team is pushing to make the web private by default.

Tigers Summer Camp Report 7.16.20 (VIDEO)

Trevor Thompson checks in with Spencer Turnbull

Cardinals announce 2020 broadcast schedule; FSMW to air 55 games

The St. Louis Cardinals announced their 2020 regular-season broadcast schedule Thursday, and 55 of the 60 games will air on FOX Sports Midwest.

Game developer poll suggests longer hours and less productivity as the industry adapts to remote work

Ahead of the upcoming online-only version of its big annual conference, GDC commissioned a survey of 2,500 game developers to determine how the industry is coping with the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. While gaming sales are up as many turn to the

Instagram confirms its TikTok rival, Reels, will launch in the US in early August

Instagram confirmed it’s preparing to soon launch its TikTok competitor, known as Reels, in the U.S. The company expects to bring the new video feature — which is designed specifically for short-form, creative content — to its platform in ea

Google’s latest R&D project is Shoploop, a mobile video shopping platform

Google’s latest experiment is a video shopping platform designed to introduce consumers to new products in under 90 seconds. The company today is launching Shoploop, a project from Google’s internal R&D division, Area 120, where it tests out n

EU antitrust lawmakers kick off IoT deep dive to follow the data flows

The potential for the Internet of Things to lead to distortion in market competition is troubling European Union lawmakers who have today kicked off a sectoral inquiry. They’re aiming to gather data from hundreds of companies operating in the smart hom

Startup launches innovative new product that pays Amazon marketplace sellers daily

Third-party sellers are the dominant driver of sales on Amazon’s marketplace, accounting for 58% of its total and growing. We know that the pandemic, ironically, has been good for Amazon, which has reported net sales in Q1, up by 26% year-over-year, given t

GAO report confirms border officials ignored CDC recommendation to give kids flu shots

The nonpartisan Government Accountability Office (GAO) says in a new report that Customs and Border Protection (CBP) failed to provide consistent medical care to detained people at its facilities after a number of children horrifically died under the agency

Dehydration increases amphibian vulnerability to climate change

Amphibians have few options to avoid the underappreciated one-two punch of climate change, according to a new study. Rising summer temperatures are also resulting in higher rates of dehydration among wet-skinned amphibians as they attempt to keep themselves c

New cobalt-free lithium-ion battery reduces costs without sacrificing performance

Researchers say they've cracked the code to a cobalt-free high-energy lithium-ion battery, eliminating the cobalt and opening the door to reducing the costs of producing batteries while boosting performance in some ways.

A 'feeling' for dementia? New findings on subjectively perceived memory problems

A research team concludes that personal perception can be an important indicator for the early detection of Alzheimer's disease. Scientists report that individuals with subjectively felt memory problems also exhibited on average measurable cognitive deficits

Sea turtles' impressive navigation feats rely on surprisingly crude 'map'

Since the time of Charles Darwin, scientists have marvelled at sea turtles' impressive ability to make their way -- often over thousands of kilometers -- through the open ocean and back to the very places where they themselves hatched years before. Now, resea

Ultra-black skin allows some fish to lurk unseen

Scientists report that at least 16 species of deep-sea fish have evolved ultra-black skin that absorbs more than 99.5% of the light that hits them, making them nearly impossible to pick out from the shadows. These fish owe their disappearing act to tiny packe

American, JetBlue will expand cooperation in NY, Boston

DALLAS (AP) - American Airlines and JetBlue Airways said Thursday they will sell seats on some of each other’s flights in the Northeast to strengthen both airlines in New York and Boston, where they compete against Delta and United. American said the deal w

Phillies' Didi Gregorius will wear mask during games

The MLB is not requiring players to wear masks and is allowing players to skip the season and receive a prorated salary if they do not feel comfortable risking their health.

Ezekiel Elliott rips media over recent skepticism about his ranking among top RBs

Ezekiel Elliott has called out the media over recent questioning about his current standing in the NFL, as well as how pundits and analysts routinely and unfairly pit running backs against another.

Over 20,000 fans attend NASCAR All-Star Race

The event is believed to have the highest attendance of any sporting event in America since the pandemic began.

NFLPA reveals 72 NFL players tested positive for COVID-19

Even before players report for training camp, which is scheduled to be July 28, the NFL experienced a wave of coronavirus cases.

Zion Williamson leaves Orlando to tend to urgent family medical matter

Williamson will have to follow quarantine protocol when he returns to Orlando, which could impact the timeline for when he is cleared to rejoin his teammates and/or play in games.

Following Hagia Sophia’s conversion to mosque, Russian MP wants Turkey’s disused Orthodox churches under Moscow’s control

Politicians from Russia’s State Duma intend to appeal to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to transfer control of Orthodox Christian locations inside the country to the jurisdiction of Russia. Read Full Article at RT.com

SEBI slaps Rs 5 lakh on Edelweiss Financial Services#39; compliance officer

Renganathan was the compliance officer and company secretary of EFSL during the investigation period, according to the Sebi order.

Global debt hits record high of 331% of GDP in first quarter: IIF

While the rise in debt levels was well below average quarterly gains seen from 2015 to 2019, the pace of global debt build-up by governments, companies, financial institutions and households had accelerated since March, it said.

Revel lands permit to bring hundreds of electric mopeds to San Francisco

Shared electric moped startup Revel received a permit that will allow it to operate in San Francisco, beginning in August. The startup will start with a fleet of 432 mopeds featuring a new paint scheme and a more powerful engine to help riders get up and ove

With 600+ more founder recommendations, the second revision of The TechCrunch List is coming next week

Let’s just say it’s been busy times over here (Twitter being completely unusable has helped productivity though!) On Tuesday, we launched the first draft of The TechCrunch List, a verified, curated list of investors who have demonstrated a commitment to f

Covid-19 immunity could be far higher than antibody tests show, according to new SARS research

Researchers in Singapore have found a group of survivors of the SARS epidemic in 2003 who have held onto their T cells in the intervening 17 years, providing a glimmer of hope for a long-lasting immunity to Covid-19. Read Full Article at RT.com

Power failure: Olympic star banned for missing drugs tests after blaming dead phone battery & stalker who 'wanted to kill fiance'

Olympic finalist sprinter Deajah Stevens will miss the Tokyo Games after missing three drugs tests, having claimed that she had changed her number after a stalker threat and failed to realize her phone had run out of power. Read Full Article at RT.com

US extends non-essential travel restrictions with Canada & Mexico through August 20 – Homeland Security Dept

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Dwight Howard says someone told on him for not wearing a mask

it's not like Howard was exactly keeping his aversion to wearing a mask a secret. Since coming to Orlando, he has posted several videos where he can clearly be seen not wearing a mask.

Phillies’ Didi Gregorius will wear mask during games due to high-risk status

Gregorius signed a one-year, $14 million contract with the Phillies in December, and he would have been allowed to skip the condensed 60-game season with prorated pay.

Amaya's goal gives Cincinnati a 1-0 win over Atlanta

Frankie Amaya scored his first career goal in the 76th minute to give FC Cincinnati a 1-0 victory over Atlanta United in the MLS is Back tournament

VOTE: Jersey tournament — (1) Badgers FB home vs. (4) Badgers 'Dayne era' white

Which threads should advance to the next round in the ultimate Wisconsin jersey tournament? You decide.

Zion Williamson leaves Pelicans for 'family medical matter'

The New Orleans Pelicans say top overall draft choice Zion Williamson has left the club to attend to an urgent family medical matter

Turkish court convicts in absentia German newspaper reporter Yucel of propaganda for Kurdish rebels

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AAC lays out COVID-19 testing plan ahead NCAA announcement

The American Athletic Conference will require all its schools to test football players for COVID-19 at least 72 hours before competition

Russian hackers allegedly behind cyberattacks to steal COVID-19 vaccine - CNET

The UK, US and Canada called out Russian hackers for targeting coronavirus vaccine researchers.

2021 Land Rover Range Rover Sport spices things up with new special editions - Roadshow

The HSE Silver Edition and SVR Carbon Edition give buyers two distinct options.

Microsoft Flight Simulator's physical edition will include 10 discs - CNET

The old school package will also contain a printed manual.

Sebi imposes Rs 5 lakh fine on Edelweiss Financial's compliance officer

Renganathan was the compliance officer and company secretary of EFSL during the investigation period, according to the Sebi order.

JM Financial's Atul Saraogi settles insider trading case with Sebi

During November 2013 to December 2016, the Sebi had conducted an investigation in case of alleged insider trading by Saraogi
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