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  1. "People from all around the world who have had their pets crash Zoom calls during the pandemic can probably empathise," said Now This News
  2. New monsoon system will bring rain to the south and north-eastern parts of Baluchistan by August 21, adds analyst
  3. Avenesh Seetaram was taken to a private healthcare facility where treatment for "stomach discomfort" is underway
  4. A behavioral analyst breaks down the name of the ?aggressor? in Johnny Depp and Amber Heard?s relationships
  5. The Indian Premier League (IPL) unveiled the new format for the 2022 edition of the tournament on Friday, which would see the ten teams split into two virtual groups for a total of 70 league matches. Mumbai Indians, the five-time IPL champions are in Group A (one of out of the two groups that have been implemented this season). MI are joined by the Kolkata Knight Riders, Rajasthan Royals, Delhi Capitals, and Lucknow Super Giants in the same group. teams to qualify for the playoffs new teams exciting, new format #TATAIPL2022, here we come #SaddaPunjab #PunjabKings pic.twitter.com/G8eKSoMJWl — Punjab Kings (@PunjabKingsIPL) February 25, 2022 Former India cricketer Aakash Chopra described it as the more difficult of the two groups and conceded that Mumbai would be unhappy with the structure in which each team will be played in the IPL 2022. According to the revised regulations, each team will play its group members twice and the team in the same row as the other group once, while only playing the other four teams once. As a result, Mumbai will face Chennai Super Kings twice and Sunrisers Hyderabad, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Punjab Kings, and Gujarat Titans once each. In a new format for the IPL, the 10 teams have been divided into two "virtual" groups for the league phase Here's how it will work: https://t.co/nnjZbUSQCL pic.twitter.com/qk94wc9Fv7 — ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) February 25, 2022 Aakash shared his ideas on his YouTube channel, predicting that Mumbai will face the harder squads twice during the league round and the lesser teams once. MI will face Kolkata, Rajasthan, DC, and Lucknow twice. In addition, they will face CSK twice. All of the strong teams will be played twice, however, the Sunrisers, RCB, Punjab, and Gujarat Titans will only be played once. This according to Chopra, will upset skipper Rohit Sharma and his teammates a bit. The former India opener also stated that he prefers the model to the one employed by the Indian T20 league over the one that is commonly used by the International Cricket Council (ICC) during World Cup competitions, in which the top teams from each group advance to the knockout stages. Teams will be playing in the format of 7 home and 7 away games in IPL 2022. — Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) February 25, 2022 It's hardly a guarantee that the theoretically best teams from each group will make the playoffs in this scenario. Because each club will play each other at least once, the top four will be determined by the points earned in all 14 matches. The IPL 2022 will take place in Maharashtra, with three venues in Mumbai and one in Pune, starting on March 26. View the full article
  6. Bollywood actor Salman Khan recently said that his flop movies only make him want to work harder. The actor’s latest release Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai was released and opened to poor reviews, however, the film was streamed millions of times on ZeePlex. The film was directed by Prabhudeva and was given a cross-platform digital release in India after the cancellation of its theatrical release due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Also, it is one of the biggest Indian releases to experiment with a pay-per-view model. The film was also made available on DTH platforms and played in three theatres in Tripura. Now, trade analyst Komal Nahta said in a new video that the fan estimated figure of ₹100 crore opening day revenue is inaccurate. Also, this estimate was only made based on data shared by Zee Studios. According to the data, the film has been streamed over 4.2 million times across all platforms on the day of release. He said there are multiple reasons why the revenue is much less than Rs 100 crores. Komal said that the actual number of tickets purchased is much lesser, as every ticket worth Rs 249 is shared by multiple members of the same family. View this post on Instagram He said, “Zee had also allowed new subscribers to watch the film without purchasing a ticket, which means that in this 4.2 million figure, there are people who haven't bought a ticket for Radhe.” "Industry standards dictate that with every ticket sold, four-five family members watch the film, so only one-fourth of the 4.2 million are actual tickets sold,” he added. View this post on Instagram He also said that Salman Khan has sold the rights before the film’s release and that Zee has the film for around 10 years. He said, "The estimation that the film could makeover ₹200 crores in the first three or four weeks is not accurate. This isn't the earning, because the ₹80-100 crore that would've come from theatres has been wiped out in an instant. Radhe is by no means a 'break-even film' in the short term, but it could make a profit in the long run.” What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below! View the full article
  7. Over the years, cricket, as a sport, has evolved both in terms of regulations and tactics. In the modern era of the sport, cricketers, amid noticeable changes in the game, have also changed the way they approach cricket. That's probably why we continue to be amazed by the antics in the gentleman's game. One such incident occurred recently, where something quite bizarre caught everyone's attention. During the 2nd T20I against South Africa, England's analyst Nathan Leamon was seen hanging a series of letters and numbers from the dressing-room balcony to help captain Eoin Morgan set the field. Signals sent from an analyst on a balcony to the captain on the pitch !!!! The world has officially gone nuts !!! #SAvENG #OnOn — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) December 1, 2020 While the use of England's tactic was cleared by the match referee and the International Cricket Council's (ICC's) anti-corruption unit, the weird move has attracted a fair share of criticism. Former England captain Michael Vaughan took to Twitter and opined: "Signals sent from an analyst on a balcony to the captain on the pitch !!!! The world has officially gone nuts!!!". © Twitter/@ECB_cricket Echoing similar sentiments, Indian cricketer-turned-commentator Sunil Gavaskar, too, slammed England's tactic. "Ideally, as a captain, I would not like this thing to happen. If I was the captain, I would say, look if you want to send a message about any field placing or a bowling change, then send the 12th man across with a bottle of water or anything...a way you can pass the message or the 12th man or the coach can pass the message to the boundary fielder," Gavaskar said on the Cricket Connected Show. This isn't the first time when Leamon had used coded messages to help players on the field. Earlier this year, as part of Multan Sultans camp in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), Leamon was seen using hand signals to help in the field settings for the team. View the full article
  8. LONDON: An Italian former financial analyst who posted pictures of a female intern colleague on pornographic websites was jailed by a London court on Tuesday for 16 weeks.Davide Buccheri, 25, of Bologna, Italy, was also ordered to pay £5,000...
  9. A Bitcoin is seen in an illustration picture taken at La Maison du Bitcoin, Paris, France, June 23, 2017. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier/Files KIEV: Kidnappers in Ukraine have released an employee at a UK-registered cryptocurrency exchange after getting more than $1 million in bitcoins as ransom, an adviser to the Ukrainian interior minister told Reuters on Friday. Pavel Lerner ? a leading analyst and blockchain expert ? was abducted by unknown masked people on December 26, according to a statement by his company, EXMO Finance, on its website. ?This is the first such case in Ukraine linked to bitcoins,? Anton Gerashchenko ? an adviser to Interior Minister Arsen Avakov ? said in a phone text message. It was unclear who paid the ransom. Lerner?s work at EXMO did not involve access to the financial assets of its users, the company said, adding that the platform was operating normally. ?At the moment, he is safe, and there was no physical harm inflicted on him,? the statement said. ?Nevertheless, Pavel is currently in a state of major stress, therefore, he will not provide any official comments in the coming days.? News of the release came as bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies rebounded after two days of losses partly related to regulators toughening rules on digital currencies in an effort to curb excessive speculation. Many digital currencies surged in value this year. Balaclavas Strana.ua ? a local news website ? had earlier reported that six gun-toting men in dark clothing and balaclavas had snatched Lerner and pushed him into a minibus with stolen number plates. Kiev police have begun a criminal investigation after a man was kidnapped in the Obolon district of Kiev, Oksana Blyshchyk ? the Kiev police spokeswoman ? said by phone without revealing the name of the victim. EXMO has 900,000 users as of December 2017, according to its website. ?We would like to note that the story of Pavel?s abduction has overgrown with rumours that might tamper with the official investigation,? EXMO said in its statement. ?That said, EXMO currently refrains from any comments or suggestions of own versions of the possible scenario, in the nearest future.? Separately, the company announced on Thursday that it had been hit by a denial-of-service attack.
  10. A man looks at Apple's new iPhone 8 (L) and his iPhone 7 at the Apple Store in Tokyo's Omotesando shopping district, Japan, September 22, 2017. Photo: Reuters Apple Inc?s older iPhone 7 models are outselling the recently launched iPhone 8 ahead of the early November debut of the premium iPhone X, broker KeyBanc Capital Markets said, citing carrier store surveys. Traditionally, new editions of the iPhone have sold quickly as fans queue for the latest upgrade and the surveys would add to signs that the iPhone 8 is not proving as popular as its predecessors. ?Many respondents indicated that a meaningful portion of customers are buying iPhone 7 in lieu of the new iPhone 8, given the lack of significant enhancements in the new phone,? KeyBanc analyst John Vinh wrote in a client note. Apple last month introduced the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, which resemble the iPhone 7 line but have a glass back for wireless charging. While iPhone 8 starts from $699 in the United States, iPhone 7 is retailing from $549 after a price cut. ?Feedback from stores indicate customers are waiting to purchase the iPhone X or to compare the iPhone X before buying the iPhone 8,? wrote Vinh, who is rated four out of five stars by Thomson Reuters StarMine for his recommendation accuracy on the Apple stock. Apple?s much-anticipated iPhone X, a glass and stainless steel device with an edge-to-edge display, will start shipping from November 3. The 10th-anniversary iPhone is priced from $999 - Apple?s most expensive mobile till date. Another reason for the slow uptick of the iPhone 8 could be the modest promotion by US carriers, Vinh said. ?While carriers continue to offer promotions for the new iPhone 8, they have been much more modest compared to the iPhone 7 launch last year,? he wrote. KeyBanc did surveys in the United States and the United Kingdom. Apple was not immediately available for comment. The company?s shares were up 0.8 percent at $158.20 in early trading.
  11. Facebook Inc inflates the number of people who can see the advertisements on its platform, a Pivotal Research Group analyst said in a note. Facebook?s Ads Manager claims a potential reach of 41 million 18- to 24-year olds and 60 million 25- to 34-year olds in the United States, whereas US census data shows that last year there were a total of 31 million people between the ages of 18 and 24, and 45 million in the 25-34 age group, the analyst said. ?While Facebook?s measurement issues won?t necessarily deter advertisers from spending money with Facebook, they will help traditional TV sellers justify existing budget shares and could restrain Facebook?s growth in video ad sales on the margins,? said research analyst Brian Wieser, who maintains a ?sell? rating on the stock with a price target of $140 for year-end 2017. Facebook said, ?they (reach estimates) are designed to estimate how many people in a given area are eligible to see an ad a business might run. They are not designed to match population or census estimates.? The estimations are based on several factors such as user behavior, user demographics and location data from devices, Facebook said in a statement, in response to the research note. In September last year, Facebook told advertisers that the average time users spent viewing online ads was artificially inflated, because it was only counting videos that were watched for at least three seconds, its benchmark for a ?view.? In November 2016, Facebook launched a new blog on its website called Metrics FYI, to share updates and corrections for its data.
  12. BlackBerry Ltd is working with at least two automakers to develop a security service that would remotely scan vehicles for computer viruses and tell drivers to pull over if they were in critical danger, according to a financial analyst. The service, which would also be able to install security patches to an idle car, is being tested by luxury automakers Aston Martin and Range Rover, Macquarie analyst Gus Papageorgiou said in a note to clients sent late on Monday. Auto security is among several areas that BlackBerry is betting will boost its revenue after the Canadian company lost its dominance of the smartphone market to Apple Inc and others over the past decade. John Wall, the head of BlackBerry's QNX division, and company spokeswoman Sarah McKinney both declined to comment. Matthew Clarke, a spokesman for Aston Martin, said in an email he was not aware of the company testing such a product. Representatives with Range Rover's parent company, Jaguar Land Rover, could not be reached for comment. The service could be launched as early as next year, generating about $10 a month per vehicle for BlackBerry, according to Papageorgiou, who has followed BlackBerry for more than 15 years. Vehicles increasingly rely on dozens of computers that connect to each other as well as the internet, mobile networks and Bluetooth communications systems that make them vulnerable to remote hacks. "Although a connected, more software-centric automobile offers tremendous advantages to consumers, it also opens the doors to hackers," Papageorgiou wrote in his note. Automaker interest in cyber security has risen dramatically since 2015, when two hacking experts uncovered vulnerabilities in Fiat Chrysler vehicles that led to a U.S. recall of 1.4 million autos. BlackBerry shares rose 5.3 percent to close at C$13.84 after touching C$14.15, the highest since March 2015.
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