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    In this article GOOGLYouTube's chief product officer Neal Mohan, left, with YouTube stars Cassey Ho, center, and iJustine, front second-right, at Nasdaq on May 5, 2016.Rommel Demano | Getty ImagesAs YouTube tries to chase down TikTok in the short-video market, the Google-owned company says it will start handing over a bigger slice of advertising revenue to popular creators. Neal Mohan, chief product officer for YouTube, said on Tuesday at the annual creator event “Made on YouTube,” that starting next year, the company will pay a portion of revenue from Shorts, distributed based on the videos that get the most views. related investing news3 of our big tech companies are holding events this week. Here’s what we’re looking forPaulina Likos6 hours ago “This is the first time real revenue sharing is being offered for short-term video at scale," Mohan said. It's not yet clear how lucrative the opportunity will be for Shorts creators because YouTube is providing limited information on the payouts. YouTube said that every month it will pool together ad revenue from Shorts. Of that sum, an undisclosed...
    KNOWN for its tagline "Expect More, Pay Less", Target takes its safety seriously and uses security hacks to catch people stealing from its stores, and help stop crime. Getting caught has dark consequences, from shop bans and hefty fines to jailtime, so here are the four security hacks Target uses to know if you're stealing. 3Retail giant Target takes shoplifting seriously and uses security hacks to catch every thiefCredit: Getty 3Target uses anything from CCTV and facial recognition technology to 'forensics labs'Credit: Getty Sophisticated CCTV systems Sophisticated CCTV camera networks help staff monitor any activity inside their big-box stores. It's not because the stores are vast that eyes are not always on customers. While this footage is used in real time, it is also saved as evidence - shared with other locations, headquarters or even police via email. Whether you have been recorded in one shop a month ago, or have crossed states lines to commit your next theft, the teams might already be building up a "repeat shoplifter" case against you. READ MORE IN LIFESTYLE NEWSBRA-VO I'm a bra...
    Joanna Gold (Vanessa Bayer) always dreamed of being on TV: specifically, on the home shopping network SVN. After nailing an audition, she gets her dream job at the network, working alongside her idol, Jackie Stilton (Molly Shannon). After botching a segment on air, the ruthless company CEO Patricia Cochran (Jennifer Lewis) swiftly fires her. In a desperate plea to keep her job, Joanna reveals that she has cancer, which shifts her fortunes and turns her into one of the network’s leading stars. Only problem? Joanna doesn’t have cancer. Welcome to the fantastic world of Showtime’s I Love That For You. With a myriad of new shows getting released each and every week, there’s never been so much great television, but it's also never been more challenging to actually watch it all. I Love That For You, created by Bayer and Jeremy Beiler, aired its terrific season finale a couple of weeks back, and hardly anybody has been talking about it. That’s a great shame, because I Love That For You is one of the brightest and boldest shows of 2022....
    KESHA rose to fame in 2009 after appearing on Flo Rida's hit single, Right Round. Since then, she has released four studio albums and is now launching a supernatural series on Discovery+. 2Conjuring Kesha is a new Discovery+ seriesCredit: Discovery+ Conjuring Kesha: When is the premiere date? Conjuring Kesha is a new series on Discovery+ that shows Kesha and her famous friends exploring some of America's most notoriously haunted locations. “To me, the supernatural comes naturally,” Kesha said in a press release, via Billboard. "It started with my insatiable curiosity, my eternal searching for something bigger than myself. This has motivated my art, informed my music and has given a purpose to my entire life. Read More on The US SunNEW LIFE Everything you need to know about the Lil Baby DocumentaryTHE LIFE OF MGK Everything to know about Machine Gun Kelly's Hulu documentary Life in Pink "It’s an eternal search for proof of God. But it’s the adventures that I have with my friends that take these pilgrimages to the next level and make them...
    A mind-bending optical illusion showing colourful rotating circles and arrows has left internet users scratching their heads.  The moving image shows two circles with two, and then four small arrows inside which all continually change colour and appear to be rotating back and forth and then up and down.  However the optical illusion, created by Japanese artist Jagarikin, has left internet users baffled, with several trying to figure out if any parts of the image are moving at all.  After sharing his 'legendary' optical illusion to Twitter, the puzzle received over 195,000 likes and 57,000 retweets, with one user teasing the image made their 'brain catch on fire'.  あの伝説の錯視をパワーアップさせました pic.twitter.com/SRcE9Y5Cn6— じゃがりきん (@jagarikin) January 1, 2022 A mind-bending optical illusion showing colourful rotating circles and arrows has left internet users scratching their heads The image also went viral on Reddit, with several more users trying to figure out how the 'magical' optical illusion works.   'Uhhhhhhhh no? It doesn't move at all, go check it frame by frame, I've done it and could guarantee that there isn't any movement', wrote one.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous...
    VIRTUAL Reality (VR) gaming is starting to take the world by storm. Revomon is a free-to-play open-world game created in the universe of blockchain technology. 1Revomon, the new RPG in the virtual reality worldCredit: Revomon What is Revomon? Revomon is an online monster trainer Metaverse that players can access through their virtual reality headsets. Within the open-world game, there are wild creatures which are called Revomon. You will take the role of a Revomon Tamer which enables you to catch, train and battle the Revomon. There are 151 Revomon out in the world to grab. As you battle on, gamers will be able to socialise with other players within the game. most read in gamingTOWERS THAT BE Fortnite fans HATE the new Tilted Towers because of this one changePOKEDEX CHECK A list of Pokémon that appear in Pokémon Legends: ArceusForge ahead Vulcan Forged guide: How to make money in the play-to-earn crypto gameGAME CHANGER Xbox could BLOCK PS5 players from these games next year Players will be able to own monsters and items through Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). The game...
    Dale finally addresses rumors he and Clare eloped, plus more celeb love news S&P 500 sinks below 50-day moving average, raising possibility of first close below that trend line since June © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad With 6:25 remaining in Thursday night’s game, the Giants held a three-point lead and had possession on the Washington 43. They went for the jugular. Receiver Darius Slayton got behind the defense. Quarterback Daniel Jones saw him. The ball flew Slayton’s way. It bounced off his hand and fell incomplete. Joe Buck of Fox called it a drop. And while there’s a school of thought that any NFL-level receiver who gets a hand on the ball should catch it, it’s fair to ask whether Jones put just a little too much on the ball. There’s a difference between a classic drop and a failure to make a catch. Slayton failed to make the catch. It wasn’t a classic drop. It would have been if Jones had hit Slayton in stride, if the ball...
    MILLIONS of Brits have now received two doses of a vaccine that protects against Covid-19. But even if you are vaccinated, you can still catch the coronavirus as no jab is 100 per cent effective. 1Millions of Brits are now double vaccinated against Covid-19 with booster jabs also on the horizonCredit: LNP Over 48.4 million Brits have had a first dose with over 44 millions having had two doses of either the Pfizer/BioNTech jab, the Oxford/AstraZeneca or the Moderna vaccines. Just two weeks after your second dose, your protection will be at its highest level. Experts previously found that even if you're unfortunate enough to catch Covid after having both jabs then your symptoms will be less severe. The vaccines have been proven to reduce your risk of death and serious illness from Covid-19. Around 0.2 per cent of the population (one in 500) have a infection once vaccinated, a previous study in the Lancet found. Booster jabs are soon to be rolled out and it was today announced that kids 12 and over will get coronavirus jabs in days,...
    Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Trent Taylor had the catch of the preseason, grabbing a tipped ball then dragging defenders to the goal line. Trent Taylor was not messing around with his final preseason appearance. The Bengals receiver made arguably the most exciting play of the entire preseason on Sunday with a heads-up highlight that turned into a feat of impressive strength. Check it out: Oh my Trent Taylor ???? (via @NFL)pic.twitter.com/MOgFis5jDl — FanSided (@FanSided) August 29, 2021 Taylor would have gotten a tip of the cap for the catch alone. He was in the right place at the right time and tracked down the ball after it was tipped into the air. From there, the former fifth-rounder did his best Incredible Hulk impression on the Dolphins defense. It definitely wasn’t a great moment for that defensive back getting carried down the field like that.Trent Taylor’s highlight catch was the best of the preseasonYou wouldn’t have guessed it from that video, but Taylor is all of 5-foot-8, 180 pounds. He played much bigger and stronger than that on Sunday, coming...
    Even during a global pandemic, grown men are willing to crawl on the ground if it means the chance at picking up a baseball that was touched by MLB players. Wednesday night, a Los Angles Angels fan was hilariously treated like he was getting thumped up in the UFC Octagon as he attempted to latch on to the cherished foul ball. Appearing to be perfectly set to make the catch, the fan stuck his arms out, only to whiff and let the ball bounce directly into the jugular. Matters worsened after the fan crumbled to the ground. smacking his head on a table before he dropped in defeat. Lucky for the fans at home, ESPN cameras were on site to catch the attempt while broadcasting Los Angeles and the Kansas City Royals. For all the effort, the foul ball is definitely a souvenir worthy of the mantle when he gets home. Something about Major League foul balls continue to make adults act like children. And for every great catch a spectator makes, there are at least an equal number of...
    Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Randy Arozarena launched himself to a ridiculous height to make a truly outrageous diving catch against the Boston Red Sox. It’s just five days into April and baseball already has an incredible Catch of the Year candidate courtesy of Randy Arozarena. The Rays outfielder just couldn’t wait to stick rockets on the bottom of his shoes and fly across the field to make a diving catch. Here is the catch in all its glory, from one stunning angle to another: Randy Arozarena laying the hell out. #Rays #RaysUp pic.twitter.com/J11zcv92PY — Justin Groc (@jgroc) April 6, 2021 How does a human manage to do that? It’s not just the height Arozarena had to hit, but to keep the ball in his glove while tumbling to the ground at full speed takes impressive body control.Randy Arozarena’s highlight catch was improbableAccording to MLB Stats, he had just a 30 percent chance to make that catch. When you have hops like that and are willing to put your body on the line, you can throw statistics out. It’s all...
    How to respond to All lives matter and more: An ex-neo-Nazi and author offer advice Live stimulus updates: Senate Democrats reach deal to keep weekly unemployment benefit at $300 per week © Getty Images Steve Jobs. Memory is one thing, according to Jobs. But range of experience can matter even more. How can you tell if you're intelligent? More important, how can you get smarter? Jeff Bezos says the best indicator high intelligence is a willingness to change your mind. Science says the most intelligent people love spending time alone. Other science says the smarter you are, the more likely you are to believe you can spot patterns and predict outcomes (though science also says you're wrong about that). Unsurprisingly, Steve Jobs had a different take on intelligence: A lot of it is memory. But a lot of it is the ability to zoom out. INC. TODAY'S MUST READS: New Research: Status Reports Can Make Teams Less Effective Like you're in a city. And you could look at the whole thing from the 80th floor. And while other people...
    The authorities of the municipality of Ubatéthey managed to catch the three dogs that attackedto a 4 year old girl. The sister of the minor was the one who arrived at the place and managed to scare away the pack of canines. After the attack, the victim’s family members took her to a health center where she was assessed. Aixa Jovana Cifuentes, manager of the hospital in El Salvador de Ubaté, spoke about the injuries caused by the canines. “The girl was already evaluated by the pediatrician, it gives us a piece of peace of mind. She is stable, presented superficial lacerations in the parietal part. We are already waiting for it to be evaluated by psychology and thus the exit will be given, « said the official. The canines were collected and located by Cundinamarca Police and Government personnel. They will be transferred to a special center where they will be watched for a period of 10 days. “The animals are captured and taken to a suitable site. They will be observed and behavioral assessment. The doctor will...
    Somehow, DeAndre Hopkins caught this ball. AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin The Arizona Cardinals stole victory from the jaws of defeat on Sunday against the Bills. On the Cardinals' final offensive snap, Murray threw a moonball Hail Mary to the end zone. Murray's pass found superstar wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, who beat out three Bills defenders to comedown with the jump ball. Cardinals 32, Bills 30. An answered prayer. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Arizona Cardinals pulled off a miracle against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Late in the fourth quarter, Bills quarterback Josh Allen connected with Stefon Diggs in the end zone, giving Buffalo a 30-26 lead with just 34 seconds left in regulation.—Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) November 16, 2020  But the Cardinals didn't give up. After working the ball to midfield, Arizona had time for two shots at the end zone to hope that they could come up with a miraculous catch. Thankfully, DeAndre Hopkins is something of a miracle worker. —SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) November 16, 2020Hopkins out-jumped three Bills defenders to send the Cardinals home...
    Did the New York Giants make a mistake refusing to trade away Evan Engram? By: Alexander Wilson November 9, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Giants barely managed to overcome a Washington Football Team that featured their third-string quarterback. They allowed Alex Smith to throw for 325 yards and one touchdown, but luckily the defense managed to secure three interceptions, changing the game’s result. While it wasn’t pretty, the Giants earned their second win of the season, both coming against Washington. This was Daniel Jones’ second game in his career where he didn’t turn the ball over, which just shows how important it is to hold on to the ball and utilize it efficiently. However, one of their top playmakers, tight end Evan Engram, nearly cost the Giants another game this season with his inexcusable drops. The New York Giants could have parted ways with Engram: Prior to the game’s start, reports had bubbled to the surface, stating the Giants were fielding calls for Evan but refused to trade him unless the draft...
    The City of Denver is speeding up its Elevate Denver bond program to help accelerate recovery from the COVID-19-induced economic downturn. "Now more than ever, people in our community need access to good-paying jobs, so we’re deploying the same job-creating tools used to bring us out of past recessions by accelerating the Elevate Denver Bond Program to help rebuild our local economy, get people back to work and make neighborhood improvements sooner," Mayor Michael Hancock says in a statement about the move, which echoes one made over a decade ago. On October 13, a Denver City Council committee approved a new debt issuance of about $170 million that will go toward infrastructure projects funded by the Elevate Denver bond program, authorized by a ballot initiative passed by Denver voters in 2017. The city had originally planned on issuing $77 million in bonds, then decided to go bigger, faster.Related Stories Mayor Hancock Proposing Major Cuts for 2021 Denver Budget Will City Elevate Denver Bond Projects to Boost Economy? What Did Colorado Catch When Palantir Moved to Denver? Every $1 million of...
    By Nidal al-Mughrabi GAZA (Reuters) - Armed with a snorkel mask and a home-made gun shaped like a trident, and dressed in a green sweatshirt and jogging pants, Ashraf Al-Amoudi goes hunting every day in the coastal waters of Gaza. He is one of scores of spear fishermen who scratch out a living close to shore in the Hamas Islamist-run territory, diving from boats to depths of around four metres (13 ft) without oxygen to prise oysters from the rocks and catch grouper, sea bream and mullet. "At the beginning it was a hobby, and when I couldn't find work it became a job and a source of living," said Amoudi, who has been a fisherman for 13 years. Now his catch nets him an average of around $14 a day. Gaza's unemployment rate is around 50% and tight restrictions imposed by Israel - which cites security concerns in its conflict with Hamas - make it difficult to obtain diving equipment and sometimes force the closure of Gaza's fishing zones. So Amoudi and his co-workers are used to improvising. "We...
    A small percentage of coronavirus patients are responsible for major outbreaks, the largest study-to-date of transmission suggests. Researchers found that, in India, less than 10 percent of people infected with COVID-19 are responsible for almost two-thirds of all new infections.  What's more, children younger than 17 were the least likely to die of the disease, but they can transmit the virus as easily as the rest of the population. The team, led by the Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics and Policy, in New Delhi, India, says the findings show how so-called super-spreaders are major drivers of case surges and how children are much more capable of passing on the disease than previously believed. Researchers looked at 575,071 contacts exposed to 84,965 coronavirus patients in two states in India. Pictured: Doctors screen of the temperature and oxygen level of people at Mankhurd, on September 30, 2020 in Mumbai, India About 8% of the people who tested positive for COVID-19 accounted for 60% of new infections among contacts and results showed that 70% of patients did not infect any of...
    Integrated circuits on a circuit board. The semiconductor industry has been in focus during the U.S.-China trade war.filonmar | E+ | Getty Images GUANGZHOU, China — China has been trying to ramp up its domestic semiconductor industry as the U.S. increases pressure on the country's technology giants.   But Beijing will face significant challenges strengthening its homegrown chip sector, analysts told CNBC.  Semiconductors are extremely important components of consumer electronics. As an increasing number of devices become "smart" and connected to the internet, they will become more and more crucial in new areas, such as automobiles. That's why China wants to be a powerful player. However, China is also facing a situation where its companies' access to important chip components, as well as its domestic chipmakers' ability to procure technology to make those semiconductors, might be hampered. "So without semiconductors, China cannot be a very meaningful technological power, and its own technology companies including a major company like Huawei may not necessarily be able to maintain operation if China does not have substantial capability to actually maintain and manufacture semiconductors,"...
    BRITS are slowly returning to the skies after nearly four months of grounded flights and border closures due to the coronavirus crisis. Yet travellers have one main concern regarding their next holiday - is it safe? According to one study, the most dangerous part of the flight where you are more likely to catch coronavirus isn't while you are in the air at all. 3Coronavirus is more likely to spread while boarding than during the flightCredit: EPA Instead, it is when passengers are boarding and disembarking. A German study found it is not necessarily during the flight, as this is when the ventilation systems are up and running. Computer simulations found it was during boarding and disembarking when passengers were most at risk, the Journal reported. That’s when passengers are in even closer contact — queuing in aisles, looking for seats, and moving bags in and out of the overhead compartment. When ventilation systems are running during a flight, the air on the plane is thought to be completely replaced every 2-3 minutes, compared with every 10-12 minutes in an...
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