Tubi launches original programming slate backed by Fox

12:00 PM PDT 04/30/2021 through Alex weprin Genre shows and movies, animated shows from Bento Box Entertainment, and documentary rates are part of Tubi’s initial 140 hours of programming. Tubi, the free video streaming service owned by Fox Corp., plans to launch a full range of original programming in the …

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CIBC Innovation Banking provides funding to CollegeNET, Inc.

CHICAGO, April 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – CIBC Innovation Banking today announced that it has extended $ 12.5 million credit facility to CollegeNET, Inc., a software provider to colleges and universities. The credit facility will be used to further develop the business of CollegeNET. CollegeNET, Inc. designs and builds …

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8 apps to help you learn to code for International Programmers Day

Are you interested in learning coding and programming? Would you like to acquire the skills and knowledge of a programmer? You can become a programmer just in time for International Programmers Day on September 13th. The following apps will help you acquire the knowledge and skills of a programmer from …

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UVA Engineering Computer Scientists Discover New Vulnerability Affecting Computers Globally

IT experts believed they had developed adequate security patches after Specter’s 2018 major global flaw, but UVA’s discovery shows processors are once again open to hackers. Charlottesville, Virginia, April 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – In 2018, researchers from industry and academia revealed a potentially devastating hardware flaw that left computers …

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National Academy of Sciences and American Academy of Arts and Sciences elect 36 new UC members

The National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences announced their newly elected members this week, expanding their ranks to 11 and 25 UC professors, respectively. Membership in these prestigious organizations puts a person in a distinguished business. The National Academy of Sciences was established in …

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Microsoft strengthens support for the Python programming ecosystem

Microsoft’s sponsorship funds will be used to improve PyPI and the packaging ecosystem. Microsoft is now a “visionary sponsor” of the Python Software Foundation. Image: James Sanders / TechRepublic Microsoft said it was increasing its support for the Python community while committing to open source “as much work as we …

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Supercomputer predicts Manchester United and Arsenal’s chances of winning Europa League

Manchester United have at least one foot in the Europa League final after hitting Roma six times on Thursday night. With a place in next month’s centerpiece in Gdansk, United are firmly in the driver’s seat ahead of next week’s comeback. Portuguese playmaker Bruno Fernandes put Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side …

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Has NVIDIA (NVDA) outperformed other IT and tech stocks this year?

Bloomberg US Jobs Recovery After Crisis Looks Strong: Eco Week (Bloomberg) – The U.S. economy likely saw another bumper month of hiring in April, consistent with other reports that suggest growth momentum is developing in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. Wages may have increased of 978,000, according to economists’ …

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Fact check: Al Bayt stadium in Qatar passed as a Covid center built by RSS in Indore

An aerial view of a large complex is shared on social media with the claim that it shows a 6,000-bed Covid care center built by RSS in Indore. Text superimposed on the image reads: “2nd largest Covid healthcare center in India. RSS has built a 6,000-bed Covid care center and …

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Summer programming returns to Dubuque, but with some changes

DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG) – Staff at the City of Dubuque said they heard loud and clear from the community of Dubuque that they wanted to see summer activities return after most programs were canceled last year in due to the pandemic. “We really missed this connection that we have with …

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