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Sports Betting Bill in Canada to Restrict Advertisements Progresses

Posted on: May 14, 2024, 10:54h.  Last updated on: May 14, 2024, 11:07h. Legislation to provide regulatory guardrails on how sports betting operators advertise in

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YouTube CEO Says Creators Should Be Eligible for Emmys

Yeah, I’m kind of torn on this one. Today, YouTube CEO Neal Mohan has published an opinion piece in The Hollywood Reporter in which he


How to contact Amazon customer service for Prime Day 2024

UPDATE: May. 14, 2024, 10:32 a.m. EDT This article has been updated to include details of how to contact Amazon customer service ahead of Prime


David Bowie, David Sanborn Play ‘Young Americans’ on ‘Dick Cavett’

The only person who believed in David Bowie‘s vision of “Young Americans” more than Bowie himself was David Sanborn. The saxophonist, who was trained in


Klarna is using ChatGPT to draft legal contracts—but AI isn’t replacing lawyers yet

Buy-now, pay-later business Klarna has turned heads by admitting that its in-house lawyers regularly use ChatGPT to draft contracts. The Swedish payments firm, which is


vivo S19 Pro and Motorola X50 Ultra stop by Geekbench on their way to launch

Ahead of the official launch, most smartphones pass through Geekbench, as people in possession of prototypes can’t help but run the benchmark. This thankfully means


Why Your Beliefs Are Formed By Seven Years Of Age

Sharing is caring! A lot of people ask me when I’ve done talks and seminars, when I’ve said most of your beliefs are formed by


Adirondack Experience (ADKX) Opening For 2024 Season On May 24th

Adirondack Experience (ADKX) will open on May 24 for the 2024 season, inspiring visitors to learn and connect with all-things Adirondack, past and present. In


How to pick the best Apple tablet for you

Screen size: 11 inches or 13 inches | Display resolution: 2420 x 1668 (11-inch), 2752 x 2064 (13-inch) | Storage: Up to 2TB | RAM:


Can genetically modifying a rare marsupial save it from extinction?

Researchers are aiming to make the northern quoll resistant to the toxic cane toads wiping it out in Australia, but little progress has been made